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PUBLICATION No 11-003E MONTHLY/VOLUME 50 NUMBER 7 






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July 1975 










I* Statistics Canada Statistique Canada 



CANADIAN STATISTICAL REVIEW 

Cette revue est disponible en edition francaise. Revue Statistique du Canada, 
n° du catalogue 1 1-003 F. 

Series published in this Review are available from CANSIM, the com- 
puterized time series data bank of Statistics Canada, on printouts or 
in machine-readable form for use on computers. Identification numbers 
given as a reference at the top of each column of data refer to the unad- 
justed and seasonally adjusted (SA) monthly or quarterly data in this 
column. Series maintained by Statistics Canada carry a "D" prefix (e.g. 
D 1375) which is omitted from this publication for lack of space. The 
"B" prefix (e.g. B 1437) identifies series in CANSIM which are maintained 
by the Bank of Canada. A special Canadian Statistical Review tape is 
created about the 15th of each month which contains historical and cur- 
rent data for all series in this Review. It should be noted that all time 
series in CANSIM are regularly updated as new or revised data are 
released. The data in the base may therefore be more timely than data on 
the CSR tape. For additional information, see inside back cover. 

Seasonal Adjustment 

The seasonal adjustment method applied to economic time series at 
Statistics Canada is a computerized ratio-to-moving average method. 
The standard computer program used in Statistics Canada is the U.S. 
Bureau of the Census Method II, X-ll variant. 

Seasonal adjustment removes the effect of repetitive intra-year varia- 
tions resulting from normal differences in weather, holidays with 
invariable dates, or other events which repeat with the same timing. 
Additional adjustments may be necessary for series which contain 
variation caused by the difference in the number of working or 
trading-days in each month or for holidays or other events with 
variable dates. Such adjustments are made prior to the seasonal 
adjustment but are treated as part of the seasonal adjustment. 
While seasonal adjustment allows a much better look at the underlying 
trend of a series, the adjusted series still contain irregular fluctuations. 
Small changes between months in the adjusted series may simply be erratic 
movement and, to obtain a clearer idea of the underlying trend, users 
should examine the adjusted series over a number of months. The MCD, 
or Months for Cyclical Dominance, in a table containing seasonally 
adjusted series, indicates the smallest span of months for which the average 
percent change without regard to sign in the trend cycle is greater than 
that in the irregular factor. For the smoothest series the MCD is 1, for 
the most erratic series it is 6. Applying a moving average of the period 
equal to the MCD tends to smooth irregular movements which may 
obscure the underlying trend. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

List of Statistical Tables 2 

Note to Users 3 

Article: 

Job Vacancies and Unemployment, 1971 to 1974 

Statistical Tables 14-116 

Observations 117 

Statistics Canada should be credited when republishing all or 
any part of this document. 



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The following standard symbols are used 
Canada publications: 

figures not available 

figures not appropriate or not applicable 
amount too small to be expressed 
nil or zero. 
t advance estimates, 
c correction 
p preliminary figures, 
r revised figures. 

x confidential to meet secrecy requirements 
of the Statistics Act. 
MCD months for cyclical dominance (see above). 



in this and other Statistics 




STATISTICS CANADA 
General Time Series Staff 



CANADIAN STATISTICAL REVIEW 




Published by Authority of 
The Minister of Industry, Trade and Commerce 



July 1975 
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Information Canada 
Ottawa 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



rage 

List of Statistical Tables 2 

Note to Users 3 

National Income and Expenditure Accounts, 1st Quarter 1975 4 

Statistical Tables 14-1 16 

Observations 117 



LIST OF STATISTICAL TABLES 



Page 

Section 1 . Selected Economic Indicators — 
Analytical Summary 

Charts 8-13 

Analytical Summary 14-17 

Section 2. Population Statistics 

1 . Population, by Province 18 

2. Immigration to Canada, by Country of Last Permanent 

Residence 18 

3. Immigration to Canada, by Province of (Intended) Des- 

tination 18 

4. Immigration to Canada, by (Intended) Occupational 

Group 18 

5. Bir ths, by Province 19 

6. Deaths, by Province 19 

7. Marriages, by Province 19 

Section 3. System of National Accounts 

1 . Income and Expenditure Accounts 

1.1. National Income and Grosr National Product 20 

1 .2. Gross National Expenditure, Current Dollars 20 

1 .3. Gross National Expenditure, Constant Dollars 21 

1.4. Sources of Personal Income 21 

1.5. Disposition of Personal Income 22 

1.6. Sources and Disposition of Gross Saving 22 

1.7. Government Revenue, Expenditure, and Surplus or 

Deficit, by Level of Government 23 

1 .8. Implicit Price Indexes 27 

1.9. Relation between Gross National Product at Market 

Prices and Gross Domestic Product at Factor Cost 27 

2. Domestic Product by Industry 

2.1. Real Domestic Product by Industry of Origin, 

Quarterly 28 

2.2. Real Domestic Product by Industry of Origin, 

Monthly 29 

2.3. Industrial Production 31 

3. Financial Accounts 

3.1 . Financial Flows 36, 1 1 6 

4. Balance of International Payments 

4.1 . Canadian Balance of International Payments, Current 

Account, All Countries 38 

4.2. Canadian Balance of International Payments, Current 

Account, Country Distribution 38 

4.3. Canadian Balance of International Payments, Capital 

Accounts, All Countries 39 

Section 4. Labour 

1 . Wages and Salaries, by Province 40 

2. Wages and Salaries, by Industry 41 

3. Labour Force Characteristics 42 

4. Selected Labour Force Series by Sex and Main Age 

Group 

4.1 Employed 43 

4.2 Unemployed 43 

4.3 Participation Rates 44 

4.4 Unemployment Rates 44 

5. Labour Force Regional Data 

5.1 Labour Force 45 

5.2 Employed 45 

5.3 Employed in Non-agriculture 46 

5.4 Unemployed 46 

• 5.5 Participation Rates 47 

5.6 Unemployment Rates t 47 

6. Unemployment Insurance Statistics 48 



Section 4. Labour — Concluded 

7. Job Vacancy Survey 

7.1 Job Vacancies 

7.2 Job Vacancy Rates 

7.3 Vacancies for Full-Time Jobs 

7.4 Vacancies for Full-Time Jobs Unfilled for at Least 

a Month 

8. Time Lost in Work Stoppages 

9. Employment Indexes, by Industrial Division 

10. Employment Indexes, by Province 

1 1 . Employment Indexes, by Manufacturing Industry. . . . 

12. Average Weekly Wages and Salaries, by Industrial 

Division 

13. Average Weekly Wages and Salaries, by Manufacturing 

Industry 

14. Average Weekly Wages and Salaries, by Province 

15. Average Hourly Earnings 

16. Average Weekly Hours 

Section 5. Prices 

1 . Industry Selling Price Indexes 

2. General Wholesale Price Index 

3. Other Price Indexes 

4. Consumer Price Index 

Section 6. Manufacturing 

1 . Total Inventories, Shipments, Orders 

2. Manufacturing Shipments, Selected Industries 

3. Manufacturing Inventories, Selected Industries 

4. Manufacturing Shipments and Unfilled Orders by Eco- 

nomic Use Classification 

5. Manufacturing Inventories Owned and Raw Materials 

by Economic Use Classification 

6. Manufacturing Goods in Process and Finished Prod- 

ucts by Economic Use Classification 

7. Tobacco and Beverages 

8. Rubber 

9. Rubber Products 

10. Raw Hides, Skins, Finished Leather 

1 1 . Footwear Production 

12. Primary Textiles 

13. Production of Sawn Lumber 

14. Pulpwood, Wood Pulp and Newsprint 

15. Primary Iron and Steel 

16. New Motor Vehicles 

17. Refrigerators, Freezers, Washing Machines and Clothes 

Dryers 

18. Radio and Television Sets 

Section 7. Fuel, Power, Mining 

1 . Electric Power 

2. Electric Power Available, by Province 

3. Coal and Coke 

4. Crude Oil and Natural Gas 

5. Petroleum Products 

6. Metals 

7. Non-metallic Minerals 

Section 8. Construction 

1 . Building Permits, by Type 

2. Building Permits, by Province 

3. Dwelling Units Started, All Areas 

4. Dwelling Units Completed, All Areas 

5. Dwelling Units Under Construction, All Areas 

6. Dwelling Units Started, Centres 10,000 and Over .... 

7. Dwelling Units Completed, Centres 10,000 and Over 

8. Dwelling Units Under Construction, Centres 10,000 

and Over 

9. Mortgage Loans, Approvals 

10. Domestic Shipments of Building Materials by Canadian 

Manufacturers 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS - Concluded 



Page 

Section 9. Food and Agriculture 

1 . Farm Cash Receipts, by Source 88 

2. Farm Cash Receipts, by Province 88 

3. Farm Implement and Equipment Sales at Wholesale 

Prices, by Province 88 

4. Slaughter and Cold Storage Stocks 89 

5. Selected Agricultural Price Indexes 89 

6. Exports of Grains and Livestock Products 90 

7. Milk, Milk Products and Eggs 90 

8. Fish 91 

9. Manufactured Food 91 

10. Sugar 92 

Section 10. Domestic Trade 

1. Value of Retail Trade 93 

2. Department Store Sales and Stocks 96 

3. Value of Wholesale Sales 96 

4. Chartered Banks' General Loans 97 

5. Retail Trade - Consumer Credit Outstanding 97 

6. Consumer Credit Balances Outstanding 98 

Section 1 1 . External Trade 

1 . Merchandise Exports, Major Countries and Areas 99 

2. Merchandise Imports, Major Countries and Areas 100 



Page 
Section 1 1 . External Trade — Concluded 

3. Merchandiseiixports, by Commodity 101 

4. Merchandise Imports, by Commodity 102 

Section 12. Transportation 

1. Carloadings of Revenue Freight 105 H 

2. Railway Operating Statistics 106 

3. Operating Statistics of Canadian Air Carriers 106 

4. Operating Statistics of Canadian Pipelines 107 

5. Snipping Traffic 107 

Section 13. Finance 

1. Bank of Canada 108 

2. Chartered Banks 109 

3. Currency and Chartered Bank Deposits 110 

4. Cheques Cashed in Clearing Centres Ill 

5. Life Insurance Sales 112 

6. Life Insurance Payments 112 

7. Security Issues and Retirements 113 

8. Security Prices 114 

9. Stock Exchange Statistics 115 

10. Government Revenues 116 

1 1 . Government Expenditures 116 



NOTE TO USERS 

This section is used to announce changes in tables of the Canadian Statistical Review and in related C ANSIM series. 

Section 4, Tables 1 and 2 - Labour Income 

All series in these tables have been revised from January 1971. Data for 1971 and 1972, which are available from C ANSIM, appear in the 
February and April issues of Estimates of Labour Income, 72-005, Statistics Canada. Series at finer levels of detail are available on request from the 
Labour Income Unit, Labour Division, Statistics Canada. 



Section 10, Table 1 - Value of Retail Trade 

With this issue, Table 1 contains data from the new retail trade survey. For further information see Observations, page 117. 



JOB VACANCIES AND UNEMPLOYMENT, 1971 TO 1974 

D. Gower* 



Introduction 

The number of vacant jobs has fluctuated widely 
during the period in which estimates from the Job 
Vacancy Survey have been available. These fluctuations 
have generated a range of observations which permit the 
analyst to examine possible long-term relationships 
between the level of vacancies and another major labour 
market variable, the unemployment rate. The purpose of 
this paper is to explore these relationships, and to 
present a few techniques for analyzing the content and 
meaning of the job vacancy data. 

The Labour Force Survey measures, on a monthly 
basis, the number of persons currently unemployed. 
These are defined as persons without work and seeking 
work. On the other side, the Job Vacancy Survey 
provides quarterly estimates of the number of vacant 
jobs, that is, jobs that are currently unfilled and are 
available for immediate occupancy, and for which the 
employer is actively recruiting. Since estimates of job 
vacancies measure unsatisfied demand for labour, these 
data, when combined with unemployment statistics, 
allow analysis of such problems as mismatching between 
supply and demand for labour, and the adequacy of the 
level of economic activity to employ the persons 
available to work. 

There are a number of detailed statistical problems 
in comparing unemployment and vacancy data. As these 
have been examined elsewhere, 1 they will be listed only 
briefly here. There are differences in sample coverage, 
reference periods, the wording of questions, interview 
procedures and the application of such criteria as search 
activity. For these reasons, it is risky to attempt precise 
one-to-one comparisons of the two series. For example, 
an attempt to measure and interpret the point at which 
unemployment equals vacancies is to unreasonably 
stretch the meaningfulness of the two statistical series. 

The series, however, can be compared in terms of 
their changes over time, an exercise in which the 
differences mentioned are of less importance. It has been 
generally predicted that unemployment and vacancies 
would be negatively related, possibly along a curve 
roughly hyperbolic in shape. The reason given for this 
prediction is that, in a depressed labour market with a 
large number of unemployed persons, the stock of job 
vacancies will be low. In a tight labour market, on the 
other hand, with few available unemployed persons and 



* Mr. D. Gower is an analyst with the Manpower Research 
and Development Section, Labour Division. 

1 "A Note on Job Vacancy and Unemployment Sta- 
tistics", Quarterly Report on Job Vacancies, Third Quarter, 
1972, Catalogue 71-002, Statistics Canada, Ottawa. More 
information on the Job Vacancy Survey is contained in the April 
1975 issue of the Canadian Statistical Review. 



a heavy demand for labour, it will be difficult to fill jobs 
and many will be vacant. A beginning point is to plot the 
two series to see if a stable relationship seems to be 
emerging over the short period in which vacancy data 
have been available in (Chart 1). 



The General Unemployment- Vacancy Rate (U-V) 
Relationship 

No stable relationship can be seen from the 
simple comparison in Chart 1; however, it can be 
observed that part of the spread on Chart 1 is due to 
seasonal factors. Chart 2 illustrates this fact by following 
the shifts in the U-V relationship for the same quarter 
for the four years. For example, the solid line is a plot of 
the U-V relationship (not seasonally adjusted) for the 
first quarter of each of the years 1971 to 1974. It can be 
seen that the first quarter line is consistently "above" 
the others (that is more unemployment per vacancy), 
with the second quarter line slightly below it, and the 
third and fourth quarters further down the graph. 

The probable reason for this is the seasonal pattern 
of hirings. In the first quarter, hirings are low 2 because 
of the slow winter economic conditions. Economic 
activity normally picks up in the spring and hirings rise. 
As a result, vacancies rise sharply (see Table 1) but 
unemployment is reduced more gradually. By the third 
quarter, unemployment has fallen to its seasonal 
minimum while vacancies are stabilized by a reduction in 
the hirings. 

To better examine the Unemployment-vacancy 
Rate relationship, the data should be seasonally 
adjusted. Because seasonal adjustment normally requires 
six or more years of data to obtain reliable estimates, 
vacancy statistics cannot yet be adjusted in the standard 
manner. Therefore, a simpler device was used to remove 
the seasonality. A four -quarter moving average was 
applied to the unadjusted job vacancy and unemploy- 
ment data. Although this exercise does remove seasonal 
fluctuations, it also smooths the series more than the 
standard seasonal adjustment method does. The result is 
a line which shows an approximation of a seasonally- 
adjusted U-V relationship (Chart 3). 

A careful examination of Chart 3 reveals that the 
movement in the U-V relationship was, as a general 
trend, in the expected direction: when unemployment 
dropped, vacancies rose. However, there was a large 
"hump" in the middle where, for a period, the relation- 
ship changed; that is, there were more vacancies for each 
level of unemployment. 



2 Although data on hirings and separations are not 
currently available for Canada, U.S. data, and Canadian data 
prior to 1965, support this statement. 



Chart - 1 



Unemployment and Job Vacancy Rates (Not Seasonally Adjusted) 
Canada, Third Quarter 1970 to Fourth Quarter 1974 



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Chart - 2 



Year-to-Year Movement in Unemployment and Job Vacancy Rates 
(Not Seasonally Adjusted) Canada, 1970 to 1974 



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TABLE 1. Full-time Job Vacancies by Skill Group, Ca 


nada 














1 st quarter 


2nd quarter 


3rd quarter 


4th quarter 


Annual average 


Skill group 


Number 


Per 

cent 


Number 


Per 

cent 


Number 


Per 
cent 


Number 


Per 
cent 


Number 


Per 
cent 


Managerial and professional . . 


1971 


2,190 


9 


3,040 


9 


3,400 


9 


2,830 


8 


2,870 


9 




1972 


2,840 


8 


3,340 


7 


5,060 


6 


4,570 


7 


3,950 


7 




1973 


5,450 


8 


5,620 


7 


6,270 


7 


6,150 


8 


5,870 


8 




1974 


6,400 


8 


7,650 


8 


9,180 


8 


7,500 


11 


7,680 


8 


Technical and semi-professional 


1971 


4,700 


20 


4,840 


14 


5,560 


14 


5,490 


16 


5,150 


16 




1972 


4,910 


13 


5,890 


13 


8,030 


10 


9,520 


14 


7,090 


12 




1973 


6,770 


10 


8,590 


11 


8,410 


9 


10,200 


13 


8,490 


11 




1974 


9,450 


12 


10,830 


11 


11,620 


10 


9,950 


14 


10,460 


11 


Skilled workers and supervisors 


1971 


4,320 


19 


7,820 


23 


8,240 


21 


6,700 


19 


6,770 


21 




1972 


7,330 


19 


9,830 


21 


15,790 


20 


16,100 


23 


12,260 


21 




1973 


15,220 


23 


17,700 


22 


19,170 


21 


15,750 


20 


16,960 


22 




1974 


19,040 


24 


22,690 


23 


26,610 


23 


16,940 


24 


21,320 


23 


Semi-skilled: 
























Total 


1971 


8,710 


38 


13,070 


39 


14,960 


39 


15,210 


44 


12,990 


40 




1972 


16,740 


44 


18,980 


41 


34,240 


43 


30,580 


44 


25,140 


43 




1973 


28,420 


43 


33,430 


42 


36,980 


41 


32,110 


42 


32,740 


42 




1974 


32,680 


41 


38,820 


39 


44,000 


38 


24,840 


35 


25,090 


38 




1971 


3,600 


16 


6,180 


18 


8,100 


21 


8,220 


24 


6,530 


20 




1972 


10,070 


27 


9,740 


21 


19,640 


25 


17,330 


25 


14,200 


24 




1973 


15,340 


23 


18,680 


24 


22,180 


25 


18,740 


24 


18,740 


24 




1974 


18,690 


23 


21,050 


21 


23,050 


20 


12,040 


17 


18,710 


20 


Other 


1971 


5,110 


22 


6,890 


20 


6,860 


18 


6,990 


20 


6,460 


20 




1972 


6,670 


18 


9,240 


20 


14,600 


18 


13,250 


19 


10,940 


19 




1973 


13,080 


20 


14,750 


19 


14,800 


17 


13,370 


17 


14,000 


18 




1974 


13,990 


17 


17,770 


18 


20,950 


18 


12,800 


18 


16,380 


18 




1971 


2,270 


12 


4,470 


13 


5,560 


14 


4,030 


12 


4,200 


13 




1972 


4,970 


13 


6,930 


15 


14,180 


18 


8,010 


11 


8,520 


15 




1973 


8,970 


14 


12,100 


15 


17,010 


19 


11,630 


15 


12,430 


16 




1974 


11,010 


14 


15,950 


16 


21,040 


18 


10,430 


15 


14,610 


16 




1971 


540 


2 


640 


2 


750 


2 


490 


1 


610 


2 




1972 


1,060 


3 


1,170 


3 


1,750 


2 


1,380 


2 


1,340 


2 




1973 


1,640 


2 


1,570 


2 


1,530 


2 


1,530 


2 


1,570 


2 




1974 


1,460 


2 


2,780 


3 


3,740 


3 


1,580 


2 


2,390 


3 




1971 


23,180 


100 


33,880 


100 


38,480 


100 


34,760 


100 


32,580 


100 




1972 


37,840 


100 


46,150 


100 


79,040 


100 


70,160 


100 


58,300 


100 




1973 


66,460 


100 


79,000 


100 


89,370 


100 


77,360 


100 


78,050 


100 




1974 


80,040 


100 


98,720 


100 


116,170 


100 


71,230 


100 


91,540 


100 



Source: Data are from the Job Vacancy Survey and the Labour Force Survey. The assignment of the data into skill classes and 
accompanying calculations are the responsibility of the author. 



(continued on page 121) 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



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800 

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Millions of Dollars 



8,000 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 

(Ratio Scale) Percentage Change 




7,000 — O Total Labour Income 
6,000 

5,000 -HTTTTTl i l I l l I I l I l l l I l I l l l l I l l I l l I I 

Wages and Salaries 

1,800 

1,600 — ©Manufacturing 

1,400 

1,200 

600' 

500 — ©Construction 
400 




1,000 



1,800 

1,600 — © Services 

1,400 
1,200 





I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I 



Labour Force Survey 

Thousands of Persons 
I 2,000 

— © Labour Force 

10,000 
8,000 



10,000 — © Employed 
8,000 

800 

700 — ©Unemployed 
600 



500 




400 




1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 





-2 
-4 



-6 



1 1 

1 


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1 i 


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10.4% 


















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Labour Force Survey 

Percentage Change 

2 _o 



o -» 



■■■-■ l-l! 



-2 



■.-■-■l_-.il.T7T 



llllll I lM 



-2 



■ ill..^ 



1973 



1974 



1975 



10 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 

Employment Indexes, 1961=100 



Indexes 1961=100 
1 70 



(Ratio Scale) 




I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



Dollars per Hour 
5.6 



5.2 







a Average Hourly Earnings 


^ in Manufacturing ^~ 


^-*{ 


y^ 


sS 


\*r 


^s 


1m 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 



4.8 



4.4 



4.0 



3.6 

Hours 

44 . 

C\ Average Weekly Hours 

40 




36 I I I I I I I I I 
I973 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 
I974 I975 



Percentage Change 

IJ>— 





-I 

-2 

-3 

3 

2 

I 



-I 

-2 

-3 

4 

3 

2 

I 



-I 

-2 

-3 

4 

3 

2 

I 


-I 
4 
3 
2 
I 


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-2 
6 
5 
4 
3 



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I973 



I974 



1 975 



ll 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Ratio 
2.4 



(Ratio Scale) 



_ a Ratio of Manufacturing Inventories 
2.0 — 5^- Owned to Shipments 



1.6 




I I I I I If II II II I II I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I II I I 

Thousands of Units 

I30_ | | 

| | — ©- Nevu Passenger Car Sales j 



90 



70 




50 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 

Millions of Dollars 

_ i i 
1,100 — ©-Value of Building Permits 1 



900 



700 




500 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I | I I I I | I I I 
Thousands of Units 

I 

2 80 — «-r New Dwelling Units Started 

— ** (Centres of 10,000 and Over) 




I00 



II I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I 

Value of Retail Trade 

Millions of Dollars 

6,000 i 



I II I I I I I 




I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I 
I 973 I 974 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I 
I975 



Percentage Change 
30 

-e 

20 





-10 

-20 

-30 
30 

20 

10 



-10 

-20 

-30 
30 

20 

10 



-10 

-20 

10 



20 

10 



-10 

-20 

20 

10 



-10 

20 

10 



-10 



fit 



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^ 



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trtfc 



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470% 



n 



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1-r 



1973 



1974 



1975 



12 



Selected Economic Indicators 



(Adjusted for Seasonality) 

Millions of Tons ( Ratio Scale) 

26 — O R a '' Revenue Freight Loaded 

— i 

22 



(Adjusted for Seasonality) 




I I I I H I I II I I I I I I I f I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 




- £v Govt, of Canada Average Bond Yield 
1 ' " (10 years and Over) 




I I I I I I I I I II I II I II I II II II 



Billions of Dollars 

_f\ Consumer Credit 



(Total Monthly Reporters) 



14 
I I 




1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii i ii 1 1 r 

Price Indexes 



Indexes 1961 = 100 (Not Adjusted for Seasonality) 
220 

— Consumer Price Index, Total ' 




I 80 
I40 



f\ Industry Selling Price Index 
" (Gross Weighted Total) 




Percentage Change 
1 5 q 40.8% 
12 



9 

6 

3 



-3 

-6 

-9 

6 

3 



-3 



29.4% 



P 



r 



jjd 



14.5% 



1 1 1.5% 



llllL.llhilHLilnl.lli ■ 



Price Indexes 



(Not Adjusted for Seasonality) 





-3 

6 

3 



-3 

6 

3 



-3 

15 

12 

9 

6 

3 



-3 

-6 

-9 

-12 

6 

3 



-3 



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1973 



1974 



1975 



1973 



1974 



1975 



13 



SECTION 


1 




















July, 19751 








SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS - 


ANALYTICAL SUMMARY' 














persona 


expenditure 






imp 


icit price ind 


;xes 2 










personal 






years, 






on consumer goods 


business gross 


gross 


expend- 




real d 


jmestic product 


quarters 


gross na 


tional product 2 


and 


services' 


fixed cap 


ta 1 formation 1 national 


iture on 


business 




indexes 


and months 














expenditure 


consumer 


gross fixed 
capital 








current 


1971 


current 


1971 


current 


1971 


1971 


goods and 




manu- 




dollars 


del lars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


services 


formation 


total 


facturing 


Section/ 
























Table 


S3/T1.1 


S3 T1.3 


S3 T1.2 


S3/T1.3 


S3/T1.2 


S3/T1.3 


S3/T1.8 


S3/T1.8 


S3/T1.8 


S3/T2. 1 


S3/T2. 1 




( 




$000, 


000 




) 


( 


971 = 100 


) 


( 1961 


= 100 ) 


1946 


11,885 


20,493 


8,012 


13,304 


1,445 


2,648 


58.0 


60.2 


54.6 


52.5 


50.7 


1958 


34,777 


36,098 


22,845 


23,470 


7,138 


7,332 


96.3 


97.3 


97.4 


91.0 


88.0 


1961 


39,646 


39,646 


25,930 


25,930 


6,718 


6,718 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


1962 


42,927 


42,349 


27,452 


27,086 


6,982 


6,895 


101.4 


101.4 


101.3 


107.0 


109.3 


1963 


45,978 


44,531 


29,225 


28,408 


7,571 


7,282 


103.2 


102.9 


104.0 


113.2 


116.7 


1964 


50,280 


47,519 


31,389 


30,121 


9,182 


8,528 


105.8 


104.2 


107.7 


121.3 


127.9 


1965 


55,364 


50,685 


33,947 


31,950 


10,739 


9,499 


109.2 


106.3 


113.1 


130.0 


139.5 


1966 


61,828 


54,207 


36,890 


33,619 


12,520 


10,542 


114.1 


109.7 


118.8 


139.4 


149.3 


1967 


66,409 


56, 016 


39,972 


35,221 


12,674 


10,417 


118.6 


113.5 


121.7 


144.1 


153.3 


1968 


72,586 


59,292 


43,704 


36,966 


12,771 


10,415 


122.4 


118.2 


122.6 


152.5 


163.6 


1969 


79,815 


62,448 


47,492 


38,672 


14, 177 


1 1 , 1 05 


127.8 


122.8 


127.7 


161.6 


175.4 


1970 


85,685 


64,014 


50,327 


39,571 


14,842 


11, 159 


133.8 


127.2 


133.4 


165.6 


173.0 


1971 


93,462 


93,462 


54,468 


54,468 


16,640 


16,640 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


175.4 


183.3 


1972 


1 03, 952 


99, 064 


60,580 


58,083 


18,540 


17,841 


104.9 


104.3 


104.1 


184.5 


195.8 


1973 


120,438 


105,912 


69,367 


62,461 


22,682 


20, 129 


113.7 


111.1 


113.0 


197.2 


211.8 


1974 


140,880 


108,862 


79,910 


65,664 

P 


27,552 
ercentoge ch 


21,145 

onge from 


129.4 
previous quarte 


122.8 
r 


130.7 


204.4 


217.4 


1971-3 


3.1 


2.6 r 


2.6 


1.8 


3.9 


2.9 


0.5r 


0.7 


0.9 


2.1 


2.6 


4 


2.5 


0.9 


2.5 


1.6 


3.3 


2.1 


1.6 


1.0 


1.3 


1.1 


1.2 


1972-1 


1.9 


0.7 


2.0 


0.8 


1.7 


0.8 


1.2 


1.2 


0.9 


0.5 


1.5 


2 


3.7 


2.8r 


3.3 


2.2 


4.1 


3.4 


0.9 


1.0 


0.7 


1.7 


1.8 


3 


1.7 


0.3 


2.5 


1.4 


1.1 


0.2 


1.4 


1.1 


1.2 


0.7 


0.4 


4 


3.8 


2.0 


3.5 


2.1 


-0.1 r 


-1.4 


1.8 


1.4 


1.3 


2.8 


3.4 


1973-1 


4.7 


2.7 


4.3 


2.9r 


9.0 


6.6 


1.9 


1.4 


2.4 


3.0 


4.2 


2 


3.1 


0.8 


2.7 


0.6 


7.7 


4.6 


2.3 


2.0 


2.8 


0.8 


0.7 


3 


4.1 


1.3 


3.4 


1.3 


4.8 


2.5 


2.8 


2.1 


2.3 


-0.4 


-0.8 


4 


5.1 


1.8 


3.9 


2.0 


8.2 


4.8 


3.2 


1.9 


3.3 


2.5 


2.7 


1974-1 


4.6 


0.9 


3.8 


1.3r 


6.6 


2.1 


3.7 


2.5 


4.2 


2.0 


3.2 


2 


3.2 


-0.3 


3.7 


0.6 


2.5 


-2.2 


3.5 


3.1 


5.1 


0.1 


-1.5 


3 


4.2 


0.0 


3.9 


0.9 


1 . 9 r 


-2.1 r 


4.2 


3.0 


3.9 


-0.2 


-1.0 


4 


1.2 


-0.2 r 


2.0 


-1.5 


1.9r 


-0.8 


1.4 


3.6 


2.8 


-0.8 


-1.8 



1975-1 0.3 1.4 3.4 1.4 3.4 1.2 1.7 1.9 1.8 -0.6r -2.8 



'Information in this Section is selected from the sections and tables of the Review; for example, Section 3, Table 1. 1 is identified as S3/T1. 1. 'Annual 

data from 1 946 to 1 970 are in 1 961 constant dollars or based on 1 961 - 1 00 

*Actual data 

Note: Percentage changes are based on seasonally ad|usted data unless otherwise indicated. Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers 
appear in Sections and Tabic, identified at the head of the data columns. 



14 



July, 1975 



SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS - ANALYTICAL SUMMARY 



SECTION 1 - Continued 



reol domestic product indexes 

con- industrial 

struction trade services production 



balance of international payments 



total 

current 

receipts 



total 

current 

payments 



current 
account 
balance 



total 

labour 
income 



^ages and salaries 



manu- 
facturing 



con- 
struction 



trade 



years, 
quarters 
and months 



S3/T2. 



S3 T2. 1 



S3 T2.1 



S3/T2.3 S3/T4, 



S3/T4.1 



S3/T4. 1 



S4/T2 



S4/T2 



S4'T2 



S4/T2 



S4/T2 



Section/ 
Table 



( 


1961 


• 1 00 


) 


( 






$000, 


000 






) 




35.5 


52.5 


56.6 


44.7 


3, 365 


3,002 


363 


5,487 


1,770 


283 


730 


641 


1946 


103.7 


91.3 


88.2 


86.7 


6,500 


7,637 


-1, 137 


17,435 


5,291 


1,366 


2,339 


2,452 


1958 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


7,904 


8,832 


-928 


20,399 


5,829 


1,493 


2,754 


3,424 


1961 


105.6 


106.1 


105.2 


108.5 


8,548 


9,378 


-830 


21,816 


6,232 


1,614 


2,970 


3,758 


1962 


107.1 


111.2 


111.6 


115.6 


9,416 


9,937 


-521 


23,262 


6,640 


1,693 


3, 184 


4,099 


1963 


117.4 


119.5 


119.9 


127.0 


10,887 


11,311 


-424 


25,367 


7,239 


1,890 


3,431 


4,567 


1964 


131.6 


129.4 


129.6 


137.6 


11,648 


12,778 


-1,130 


28,201 


7,997 


2,262 


3,739 


5,138 


1965 


141.7 


137.6 


139.9 


146.5 


13,600 


14,814 


-1,162 


31,878 


8,990 


2,686 


4,098 


5,909 


1966 


141.2 


144.7 


150.6 


151.5 


15,303 


15,802 


-449 


35,303 


9,530 


2,833 


4,493 


6,973 


1967 


147.4 


150.6 


160.5 


161.9 


17,464 


17,561 


- 97 


38,444 


10,157 


2,899 


4,914 


7,918 


1968 


152.1 


158.3 


172.0 


172.6 


19,425 


20,342 


-917 


43,064 


11,088 


3,243 


5,550 


9,133 


1969 


150.6 


160. 


179.4 


175.3 


21,932 

( 


20,826 
revised 


1,106 
) 


46,742 


11,592 


3,437 


6,055 


10,374 


1970 


165.6 


170.6 


187.6 


185.5 


23,062 


22,620 


442 


51,332 


12,426 


3,924 


6,562 


11,589 


1971 


166.5 


182.6 


194.8 


198.3 


25,409 


25,880 


-471 


56, 976 


13,613 


4,292 


7,465 


12,859 


1972 


178.0 


192.5 


202.7 


214.8 


31,725 


31,707 


18 


64, 108 


1 5, 354 


4,725 


8,506 


14, 187 


1973 


177.6 


201.3 


213.2 


220.3 


39,815 


41,458 


-1 , 643 












1974 












percentage 


change from 


previous quarter 










1.5 


0.9 


1.0 


2.8 


4.5r 


5.7r 


\ } 
106 


2.5, 


2.2 , 


4.8, 


3.2 


2.0 


3-1971 


-0.1 


2.9 


0.3 


1.0 


-0.2r 


6.2, 


-265 


2. Or 


1.6, 


1.1 , 


2.7 


1.6 


4 










( 




rev ised 




) 








-2.0 


0.6 


1.4 


1.9 


0.4 


- 1.3 


-156 


2.9 


2.7 


1.4 


2.8 


2.9 


1-1972 


1.8 


2.8 


0.3 


1.6 


6.8 


4.5 


- 25 


2.3 


3.6 


2.9 


3.7 


1.6 


2 


0.8 


0.5 


1.6 


-0.1 


-0.8 


2.6 


-247 


3.0 


2.6 


3.1 


2.6, 


3.4 


3 


-1.5 


1.5 


1.0 


4.8 


11.2 
( 


7.6 
rev ised 


- 43 
) 


4.3 


3.5 
( 


3.0 
revised 


4.0, 

) 


4.0 


4 


5.1 


4.0 


1. 1 


3.1 


8.1 


6.6 


56 


3.4 


3.4 


4.3 


3.2 


2.6 


1-1973 


2.9 


-0.5 


0.6 


1.2 


2.9 


1.5 


163 


2.7r 


2.7 


2.5 


3.1 


0.1 


2 


-0.1 


-0.9 


0.7 


-0.6 


1.5 


5.0 


- 97 


1.9, 


1.8 


0.4 


3.2 


2.7 


3 


1.0 


1.0 


1.9 


2.4 


10.1 
( 


10.1 


-104 


4.5 
rev ised 


4.6 


3.8 


3.6 

) 


3.7 


4 


2.1 


4.6 


2.0 


2.4 


8.4 


7.2 


- 9 


4.5 


3.3 


6.4 


4.6 


3.6 


1-1974 


-2.0 


1.5 


0.8 


-0.9 


3.6 


4.9 


-134 


3.3 


3.3 


-3.1 


4.9 


4.9 


2 


-2.3 


0.0 


0.9 


-1.2 


7.1 


10.8 


-502 


5.9 


3.9 


10.0 


5.5 


8.0 


3 


-2.2 


-4.5 


0.9 


-1 .2 


-0.4 


4.2 


-998 


4. 1 


2.4 


7. 1 


2.8 


1.8 


4 



-3.3; 



0.5, 



0.4 



-2.7 



-4.5 



0.5 



-1,529 



1.5 



0.1 



0.3 



3.8 



2.2 



1-1975 



percentage change from previous month 



1.3 
1.0 
0.4 

-1.1 

-0.6 
0.3 

-0.9 

-0.1 

-0.4 
0.0 

-1.0 

-0.6 

-2.4, 
1.0, 
-0.4 , 
-0.7 



( 


revi sed 




) 






0.5 


0.4 


0.0 


0.8 


0.5 


M-1973 


0.8 


1.4 


-1.1 


0.9 


0.8 


J 


0.3 


0.6 


-0.8 


1.0 


0.8 


J 


0.2 


-0.6 


1.9 


1.3 


0.8 


A 


2.2 


1.6 


2.5 


1.3 


1.8 


S 


1.7 


2.2 


0.7 


1.4 


1.1 


O 


1.2 


1.6 


1.7 


1.2 


1.2 


N 


1.0 

( 


1.5 

revi sed 


-1.2 


0.3 

) 


0.8 


D 


2.1 


1.2 


6.4 


3.0 


1.3 


J-1974 


0.8 


-0.0 


0.3 


0.8 


1.3 


F 


2.1 


1.7 


0.2 


1.3 


1.4 


M 


0.2 


1.4 


-2.7 


1.6 


1.7 


A 


1.9 


0.9 


-0.3 


2.1 


2.1 


M 


0.7 


-0.6 


-1.3 


2.2 


1.2 


J 


2.6 


2.3 


8.0 


2.2 


0.8 


J 


2.0 


0.4 


2.1 


1.0 


6.7 


A 


2.4 


1.6 


4.4 


1.2 


3.2 


S 


-0.2 


0.6 


2.6 


1.0 


-6.1 


O 


1. 1 


0.7 


1.1 


0.2 


0.7 


N 


4.1 


0.4 


0.3 


1.4 


10.4 


D 


-2.0, 


-0.5, 


-0.4 , 


2.2 , 


-0.5, 


J-1975 


0.3, 


0.0, 


0.7, 


0.7, 


0.3, 


F 


1.0 


0.4 


-0.9 


0.6 


1.1 


M 


0.4 


1.4 


-1.3 


1.1 


0.2 


A 



15 



SECTION 1 - Continued 



SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS - ANALYTICAL SUMMARY 



July, 1975 



years 

quarters 




labour force 






employment indexes 




average 
hourly 
earnings 
in 

manu- 
facturing 


average 
weekly 
hours 
in 

manu- 
facturing 


ratio of 
manu- 
facturing 
inven- 
tories 
owned 
to ship- 
ments 


new 

passen- 
ger 
car 
sales 


building 

permits 
total 


new 

dwell ing 
units 
started 


months 


total 


unem- 
emplcyed ployed 


unem- 
ployment 
rote 


industria 1 

com- 
posite 


manu- con- 

facturing struction trade 


services 


of 10,000 

and 

over) 


Si ! * Kin 

Table 


S4 T3 


S4/T3 S4 T3 


S4 T3 


S4 T9 


S4 T9 S4/T9 S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T15 


S4/T16 


S6/T1 


S6/T16 


S8/T1 


S8/T6 



1946 
1958 

1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 

1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 

1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 



OOO's of persons 



1961 



100 



6,521 
6,615 
6,748 
6,933 

7, 141 

7,420 

7,694 
7,919 
8,162 
8,374 



6, 055 
6,225 
6,375 
6,609 
6,862 

7, 152 
7,379 
7,537 
7,780 
7,879 



466 
390 
374 
324 

280 

267 
315 
382 
382 
495 



8,631 8,079 552 

8,891 8,329 562 

9,279 8,759 520 

9,662 9,137 525 



1971-3 1.4 
4 1.1 



1 .6 

1.2 



-2. 1 
-0.6 



7. 1 
5.9 
5.5 
4.7 
3.9 

3.6 

4.1 
4.8 
4.7 
5.9 

6.4 
6.3 
5.6 
5.4 



-3.5 
-1.5 



100.0 
102.2 
104.4 
108.2 
114.3 

120.7 
122.6 
122.7 
126.9 
127.1 

127.8 
129.9 
135.9 



0.2 
-0.4 



100.0 
103.8 
106.1 
111.1 
117.2 

123.5 
123.2 
122.1 
125.2 
122.8 

121.6 
123.7 
129.9 



100.0 
101.1 
100.0 
104.1 
118.4 

128.9 
122.5 
119.4 
119.1 
113.9 

115.5 

109.7 
109.9 



100.0 
101.2 
103.5 
108.1 
114.3 

123.7 
125.8 
129.4 
136.6 
139.3 

140.3 
146.2 
155.1 



100.0 
101.7 
106.1 
114.7 
125.9 

139.1 
153.4 
157.9 
171.8 
178.5 



1.83 
1.88 
1.95 
2.02 

2.12 

2.25 
2.40 
2.58 
2.79 
3.01 



186.4 3.28 

193.5 3.54 
206.1 3.85 



percentage change from previous quarter 



40.6 
40.7 
40.8 
41. 

41. 1 

40.8 
40.3 
40.3 
40.0 
39.7 



2.24 

2.28 

2.18 
1.94 
2.08 
2.01 

2.05 
2.13 

2.00 
1.98 
2.12 



39.7 1.96 

40.0 1.92 

39.6 1.81 

1.93; 



0.4 
-0.3 



-2.3 
-3.1 



0.3 
0.4 



1.1 
-1.2 



0.3 
0.8 



(*) 
1.92 
1.92 



units $000,000 

37o!7 2,356.8 121,695 



437.3 
502.6 
557.8 
616.8 
708.7 

694.8 
679.4 
741 .9 
760.8 
640.4 

774.0 
853.5 
970.8 
943.1 



1.9 
5.9 



2,244.3 
2,516.6 
2,823.2 
3,267.6 
3,809.6 

3,715.1 
4,067.8 
4,775.7 
4,895.6 
4,700.2 



92,741 
102,008 
118,512 
133,562 
135,218 

108,329 
131,858 
162,267 
169,739 
150,999 



5,711.6 180,948 

6,463.6 206,954 

8,558.9 211,543 

9,288.4 169,437 



3.0 

1. 1 



1.9 
1.2 



1972-1 0.3 

2 0.5 

3 1 .2 

4 0.6 

1973-1 1.7 

2 1.4 

3 0.0 

4 1.3 



1974 



1 1.4 

2 0.6 

3 1.4 

4 0.9 



1975-1 



1.1 



0.5 
0.3 
0.9 
0.7 

2.3 
1.9 
0.0 
1.3 

1 .4 
0.8 
1.3 
0.6 

-0.2 



-2.1 
3.6 
5.8 

-0.5 

-7. 1 

-5.9 

0.2 

0.6 

1.4 

-2.0 

2.1 

5.6 

24.3 



-2.6 

3.3 

4.3 

-1.0 

-8.7 

-7.3 

0.6 

-0.6 

-0.6 

-2.4 

0.6 

5.0 

23.2 



0.8 

0.6 
0.2 
1.3 

1.5 
1.4 
0.0 
3.0 

1.8 
0.4 
0.3 
0.8 

-1.6, 



0.6 
0.4 
0.9 
0.9 

1.6 
1.4 
1.1 
1.7 

1.1 

0.3 

-0.3 

-1.2 



-1.7 
-0.9 
-0.3 
-2.1 

0.3 
1.2 
1.0 
3.4 

2.7 

-2.7 

3.6 

3.0 



-3.8r -2.5, 



1.8 
1.3 
0.3 
1.8 

2.2 

1. 1 
1.2 
2.5 

2.5 
0.7 
1.6 
0.2 

0.3 



2.6 1.9 

0.9 1.8 

0.0 2.1 

1.1 2.2 



2.5 
1.8 
1.0 
3.9 



2.0 
2.3 
2.4 
2.6 



3.2 2.4 

0.9 3.7 

-0.3 5.7 

3.6, 4.1 , 



-0.4 1.90 

0.3 1.87 

0.2 1.91 

0.2 1.83 

0.2 1.80 

-1.4 1.81 

-0.8 1.84 

0.7 1.78 



-0.8, 



3.3 



0.0 
-1.1 
-0.8 
-0.3, 

-0. Or 



1.80 
1.89 
1.95 
2.04 

/ 
2.19 



-5.4 8.4 

7.7 0.5 

-2.2 2.6 

11.0 2.5 

11.5 19.7 

-6.2 - 0.2 

-1.8 9.0 

-4.0 10.9 



8.9 

-3.4 

8.2 

-23.7 

16.4 



2.5 

1.0 

-9.3 

-11.0 

9.5 



17.7 
-2.8 
-2.5 

- 6.6 

11.7 
1.5 

- 1.4 

- 8.7 

12.7 

- 9.3 
-22.7 
-22.8 

- 1.7 



percentage change from previous month 



1973-M 


0.3 


0.5 


-4.0 


•3.5 


0.1 


-0.2 


1.0 


0.1 


1.2 


1. 1 


1.0 


1.81 


-14.7 


7.4 


- 4.0 


J 


0.7 


0.7 


1.0 


0.0 


0.6 


0.7 


-0.7 


0.1 


0.2 


0.8 


-0.5 


1.83 


8.3 


- 8.4 


1.3 


J 


-1.0 


-1.0 


-1.1 


0.0 


0.5 


1.6 


0.7 


0.5 


0.2 


1.0 


-1.0 


1.79 


- 3.5 


11.4 


6.0 


A 


0.8 


0.7 


1 .6 


1 .9 


-2.7 


-1.5 


0.4 


0.5 


0.0 


-0.2 


0.0 


1.89 


3.3 


6.3 


- 8.1 


S 


0.1 


0.0 


3.2 


1.8 


2.9 


0.3 


0.5 


1.0 


0.8 


1.8 


0.5 


1.83 


- 0.4 


- 8.0 


- 3.2 


O 


0.6 


0.7 


-0.5 


0.0 


1.2 


1.5 


0.6 


1.0 


1.8 


1.3 


0. 


1.78 


- 6.7 


3.7 


- 0.4 


N 


0.4 


0.5 


-1.7 


-3.5 


0.7 


0.2 


2.0 


0.6 


0.9 


0.0 


0.5 


1.77 


5.2 


15.9 


- 6.7 


D 


0.2 


0.3 


-0.7 


0.0 


1. 1 


1.0 


2.8 


0.8 


2.5 


0.5 


0.0 


1.80 


- 3.7 


0.6 


3.5 


1974 -J 


0.9 


0.8 


2.0 


0.0 


0.9 


0.4 


0.2 


1.7 


1.0 


1.2 


0.3 


1.77 


22.7 


- 9.1 


20.9 


F 


0.3 


0.2 


1.5 


1.9 


0.0 


-0.2 


0.0 


0.4 


0.1 


0.5 


-0.7 


1.79 


-11.4 


2.3 


-12.5 


M 


0.1 


0.2 


-1.3 


-1.8 


0. 1 


0.3 


0.0 


-0.4 


0.4 


1.5 


0.0 


1.84 


- 9.4 


16.7 


5.6 


A 


0.5 


0.4 


0.8 


0.0 


0.2 


0.1 


-1.8 


0.3 


-0.2 


1.2 


-1.2 


1.88 


1.4 


-11.6 


-13.3 


M 


0.2 


0.0 


2.3 


3.7 


0.1 


0.0 


-1.3 


0.5 


1. 1 


1.7 


1.5 


1.86 


11.1 


21.6 


11.2 


J 


-0.2 


0.4 


-11.6 


-12.5 


0.4 


0.1 


0.1 


0.5 


0.2 


0.7 


-2.0 


1.93 


- 2.5 


-28.8 


- 4.9 


J 


0.8 


0.5 


7.2 


6.1 


0.7 


0.9 


2.9 


0.5 


-0.9 


3.0 


0.5 


1.92 


6.9 


1.3 


-16.7 


A 


1 . 1 


1.0 


3.2 


1.9 


-1.3 


-1.9 


1.4 


0.1 


-0.6 


1.6 


-0.5 


1.95 


10.8 


7.6 


- 5.9 


S 


-0. 1 


-0.2 


1.9 


3.8 


0.7 


-0.1 


0.3 


1.3 


1.8 


1.6 


-0.5 


1.98 


-20.8 


3.1 


-10.5 


O 


0.1 


0.3 


-2.2 


-3.6 


0.8 


0.2 


0.5 


-0.2 


2.1 


2.0 


0.5 


1.99 


- 9.4 


- 7.9 


-13.3 


N 


0.4 


0.3 


3.3 


3.8 


0.0 


-0.7 


1.5 


-0.8 


0.7 


0.9 


-0.2 


2.03 


- 8.0 


-10.1 


- 4.5 


D 


0.6 


0.0 


9.9 


9.1 


0.1 


-0.8r 


2.4 


0.8 


-0.1 


-0.2, 


-0.5, 


2.10 


3.0 


- 2.4 


3.7 


1975-J 


0.3 


-0.4 


11.9 


11.7 


-1.0, 


-2.2, 


-3.8 


1.1 r 


-0.6, 


1.5, 


1.0, 


2.18 


16.0 


30.2 


15.2 


F 


0.1 


0.0 


2.4 


1.5 


-0.7, 


-1.0, 


-0.5, 


-1.0, 


-0.3, 


1.5, 


-0.2 


2.15 


13.3 


-14.4 , 


-17.3 


M 


0.6 


0.2 


5.3 


5.9 


-0.4 


-0.3, 


-1.1 , 


-0.8 


-0.9, 


1.9, 


-1.5, 


2.23, 


-20.1 


- 5.7 


-13.8 


A 


-0.3 


-0.3 


0.7 


0.0 


0.1 


-0.1 


-0.9 




0.2 




0.8 


2.20 


7.0 




47.0 


M 


0.8 


0.9 


- 0.2 


- 1.3 

























*Actual data 

Note: Percentage changes are based on seasonally adjusted data unless otherwise indicated. Monthly and quortcrly series and their CANSIM identifiers 
appear in Sections and Tables identified at the head of the data columns. 



16 



July, 1975 



SECTION 1 - Concluded 



SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS - ANALYTICAL SUMMARY 



















consumer 




not seasonal ly 


adjusted 




















gov't of 
Canada 


credit, 




















mer- 








end of 










gross 


years, 


value of retai 1 


trade 


chandise 






three 


average 


period 










weighte 


i quarters 








exports 
(including 


mer- 


roil 
revenue 


month 
treasury 


bond 
yield 


(total 
month ly 


consumer price 


index 


index of 
industria 


industrii 
sell ing 
price 


il and 




total 


motor 


months 




ex motor 


vehicles 


re- 


chandise 


freight 


bill 


10 years 


re- 




total 




common 




total 


vehicles 


dealers 


exports) 


imports 


loaded 


yield 


and over 


porters) 


total 


ex food 


food 


stocks 


index 
































Section/ 


H0/T1 


S10/T1 


S10 Tl 


Sll Tl 


Sll T2 


S12/T1 


S13/T9 


S13/T9 


SI 0/T6 


S5 / T4 


S5/T4 


S5/T4 


S13/T8 


S5/T1 


Table 


( 




$000, 000 




) 


"000 tons % 


% 


$000, 000 


( 




1961 - 100 


) 




5,787 


5,312 


475 


2,299 


1,842 


98,374 


.38 


2.61 




60.0 




56.5 


32.6 , 




1946 


16,139 


13,654 


2,485 


4,899 


5,060 


128, 096 


2.29 


4. 11 


2,482 


96.8 


96. 1 


98.5 


83.2 




1958 


16,073 


13,474 


2,599 


5,903 


5,718 


130,448 


2.83 


5.05 


3,298 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


1961 


17,137 


14, 190 


2,957 


6,348 


6,295 


135,028 


4.01 


5.11 


3,654 


101.2 


101.0 


101.8 


96.4 


101.1 


1962 


18,207 


14,930 


3,312 


6,980 


6,558 


147,761 


3.57 


5.09 


4,109 


103.0 


102.2 


105.1 


103. 1 


102.5 


1963 


19,493 


15, 932 


3,612 


8,303 


7,488 


174, 069 


3.70 


5.18 


4,782 


104.8 


104.1 


106.8 


120.8 


103.3 


1964 


21,155 


17,029 


4, 175 


8,767 


8,633 


179, 867 


3.97 


5.20 


5,524 


107.4 


106.6 


109.6 


132.8 


1 04 . 7 


1965 


22,686 


18,349 


4,338 


10,325 


10,072 


188,672 


4.99 


5.69 


5,977 


111.4 


109.6 


116.6 


125.3 


107.7 


1966 


24,155 


19,722 


4,433 


11,420 


10,873 


185,927 


4.59 


5.93 


6,598 


115.4 


114.4 


118.1 


131.3 


109.8 


1967 


25,711 


20, 997 


4,714 


13,624 


12,358 


192,458 


6.23 


6.75 


7,602 


120.1 


119.4 


122.0 


135.2 


112.1 


1968 


27,401 


22,605 


4,796 


14,871 


14,130 


183,270 


7.14 


7.58 


8,651 


125.5 


124.8 


127.1 


149.8 


116.3 


1969 


28, 034 


23,837 


4,1 97 


16,820 


13,952 


207,211 


6.12 


7.91 


9,062 


129.7 


129.6 


130.0 


137.7 


119.1 


1970 


30,646 


25,721 


4,925 


17,818 


15,617 


213,120 


3.62 


6.95 


9,733 


133.4 


134.1 


131.4 


150.3 


121.6 


1971 


33,907 


28,267 


5,663 


20, 140 


18, 669 


213,851 


3.55 


7.23 


11,625 


139.8 


139.1 


141.4 


179.3 


127.4 


1972 


38,231 


31 ,467 


6,764 


25, 420 


23,324 


240,575 


5.39 


7.56 


13,854 


150.4 


146. 1 


162.0 


200.8 


142.8 


1973 


44,569 r 


36, 266 r 


8,303r 


32,177 


31,639 


244,748 


7.78 


8.90 


16,175 


166.8 


159.0 


188.4 


167.4 


171.2 


1974 












percentage change from p 


•evious quarter 












1.2 


1, 7 


3,1 


6.3 


6.6 


6.9 


3.79 


V 1 

7.20 


2.0 


1.5 


0.8 


3.4 


- 1.4 


0.9 


3-1971 


2.8 


2.2 


5.3 


-0.7 


5.3 


- 5.9 


3.45 


6.61 


5.2 


0.7 


1.1 


-0.3 


- 6.0 


0.4 


4 


1.8 


1.6 


- 2.3 


2.0 


3.3 


-0.5 


3.42 


6.95 


3.5 


1.2 


0.7 


2.4 


17.6 


2.0 


1 =1 972 


4.3 


4.5 


8.6 


7.5 


5. 1 


1.5 


3.63 


7.35 


3.6 


0.9 


1.0 


0.5 


3.6 


1.2 


2 


0.9 


1.3 


0.8 


- 2.9 


2.0 


- 6.5 


3.50 


7.46 


4.7 


2.0 


0.8 


5.3 


6.2 


0.9 


3 


2.8 


2. 1 


8.6 


15.9 


7,2 


16.0 


3.60 


7.23 


4.4 


1.0 


1.2 


0.6 


3.5 


1.5 


4 


5.3 


2.9 


8.6 


5.5 


8.0 


5.3 


4.00 


7.22 


5.4 


1.8 


1.1 


3.7 


6.4 


3.8 


1-1973 


2.0 


3.6 


- 0.9 


5.3 


3.0 


0.4 


5.07 


7.62 


5.4 


2.3 


1.4 


4.5 


- 4.9 


3.6 


2 


2.7 


2.7 


4.0 


0.5 


5.3 


- 8.3 


6.03 


7.76 


3.8 


2.8 


1.6 


6.0 


4.7 


4.8 


3 


2.2 


3.0 


- 0.9 


10.2 


9.5 


10.6 


6.45 


7.28 


4.0 


1.8 


1.7 


2.2 


0.9 


3.1 r 


4 








9.3 


11.0 


- 4.1 


6.22 


7.89 


4.6 


2.4 


2.0 


3.7 


- 2.5 


6.2 


1-1974 


1.7 


2.2 


1.6 


3.5 


4.9 


4.0 


8.02 


9.06 


4.4 


3.3 


2.9 


4.3 


-10.2 


5. Or 


2 


5.5 


4.0 


9.6 


7.8 


11.7 


3.1 


9.01 


9.71 


3.5 


3.0 


2.7 


3.8 


-12.3 


4.5r 


3 


-0.9 


0.7 


- 7.5 


- 1.5 


3.0 


- 6.4 


7.88 


8.95 


3.3 


2.7 


2.4 


3.5 


-13.0 


3.4 


4 



4.6 



3.9 



7.4 



2.9, 



0.6 



0.1 



6.43 



8.31 



4.3 



2.2 



2.2 



2.2 



11.4 



2.7 



1-1975 



percentage change from previous month 









- 1.9 


4.6 


- 0.7 


5.08 


7.72 


1.9 


0.7 


0.8 


0.8 


- 4.9 


0.9 


M-1973 








2.3 


-0.1 


5.5 


5.40 


7.74 


0.6 


0.9 


0.5 


2.0 


0.0 


1.1 


J 








2.6 


4.0 


- 1.4 


5.65 


7.73 


1.2 


0.9 


0.5 


1.9 


4.2 


1.4 


J 








- 8.2 


-1.5 


-29.4 


6.03 


7.82 


1.5 


1.3 


0.5 


3.2 


2.7 


3.4 


A 








8.2 


2.8 


40.8 


6.41 


7.72 


1.4 


0.6 


0.5 


0.9 


1.3 


-0.1 


S 








5.8 


6.1 


3.6 


6.51 


7.60 


1.6 


0.3 


0.6 


-0.2 


4.3 


0.9 











5.0 


2.3 


- 4.1 


6.46 


7.64 


0.9 


0.8 


0.6 


1.2 


- 2.7 


0.9 


N 








- 4.4 


1.0 


- 1.6 


6.38 


7.70 


1.0 


0.6 


0.6 


0.2 


-9.7 


1.7, 


D 








7. 1 


2.5 


- 2.4 


6.28 


7.75 


1.9 


0.8 


0.7 


1.1 


3.1 


2.9 


J- 1974 


3.0 


2.6 


4.7 


0.7 


6.4 


- 0.4 


6.11 


7.74 


1.6 


1.0 


0.5 


2.2 


1.7 


1.7 


F 


-2.5 


-1.5 


- 6.4 


9.1 


7.0 


3.5 


6.28 


8.19 


1.7 


1.0 


0.8 


1.5 


3.3 


1.6 


M 


-1.1 


-1.1 


- 0.9 


- 6.2 


- 9.2 


1.2 


7. 13 


8.81 


1.9 


0.7 


0.9 


0.2 


- 6.3 


1.8r 


A 


4.0 


4.7 


7.9 


7.8 


10.8 


1. 1 


8.24 


8.91 


0.7 


1.7 


1.2 


2.9 


- 9.5 


1.7, 


M 


2.3 


1.1 


0.9 


- 3.0 


3.1 


- 0.2 


8.68 


9.46 


0.9 


1.3 


1.3 


1.2 


- 1.3 


0.8r 


J 


1.8 


1.3 


3.9 


4.8 


2.7 


4.4 


8.92 


9.63 


1.6 


0.8 


0.7 


1.0 


- 2.3 


1.9 


J 


3.0 


0.8 


12.7 


3.8 


4.6 


5.5 


9.09 


9.84 


1.1 


1.0 


0.8 


1.4 


- 4.0 


1.6 


A 


-3.8 


-0.4 


-16.6 


0.0 


0.2 


-14.5 


9.03 


9.67 


0.9 


0.6 


0.6 


0.4 


-11.1 


1.2 


S 


0.2 


0.6 


- 1.9 


- 0.2 


-1.3 


0.3 


8.60 


9.20 


1.5 


0.9 


0.7 


1.4 


- 0.4 


1.0 





0.3 


-0.1 


2.1 


- 1.4 


3.9 


5.0 


7.73 


8.87 


0.4 


1.1 


1.1 


1.3 


- 3.7 


1.6 


N 


0.9 


0.4 


3.3 


- 4.4 


0.3 


- 3.5 


7.32 


8.77 


1.6 


1.0 


0.8 


1.4 


- 4.6 


0.1 


D 


1.6 


1.9 


0.4 


5.7 r 


2.3 


5.0 


6.65 


8.30 


2.1 


0.5 


0.6 


0.3 


11.4 


1.6 


J-1975 


5.0 


3.0 


14.2 


- 4.9 


-3.9r 


0.0 


6.34 


8.17 


1.3 


0.8 


0.7 


0.8 


8.2 


0.8 


F 


-3.3 


-0.5 


-14.3 


- 5.1 r 


-1.3 r 


-11.5 


6.29 


8.47 


0.1 


0.5 


0.9 


-0.3 


- 2.3 


0.1 r 


M 


-1.4 


-2.1 


1.8 


3.3 


-2.8 


5.1 


6.54r 

6.90 


9.04 
8.71 


0.7 


0.5 
0.8 


0.5 
0.8 


0.5 
1.1 


2.4 

3.1 


1.1 

0.8 


A 
M 



17 



SECTION 2 


































July, 1975 


TABLES 1 


- 4 
















































Table 1 


: popu 


ation. 


by 


jrovince 


(thousar 


ds) 












year and 




































month 


i 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Q 


ue. 





nt. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B 


.C. 


Yukon 


N.W.T. 


CANSIM 


1 




2 


3 


4 


5 


6 




7 




8 


9 


10 


1 




12 


13 


1973 


June 


22, 


095 


541 


115 


805 


652 


6, 


081 


7, 


939 


998 


908 


1,683 


2 


31$ 


20 


38 


1974 


June 


22. 


446 


542 


117 


813 


662 


6, 


134 


8, 


094 


1,011 


907 


1,714 


2 


395 


19 


38 


1973 


Apr. 


22, 


047 


539 


115 


803 


651 


6, 


076 


7 


919 


996 


908 


1,678 


2 


304 


20 


38 




July 


22. 


725 


541 


115 


806 


652 


6, 


084 


7, 


958 


998 


908 


1,685 


2 


320 


20 


38 




Oct. 


22. 


207 


540 


115 


808 


655 


6, 


098 


7, 


988 


1,000 


906 


1,696 


2, 


343 


20 


38 


1974 


Jan. 


22, 


307 


540 


116 


810 


658 


6, 


112 


8, 


031 


1,005 


906 


1,702 


2 


369 


20 


38 




Apr. 


22. 


384 


541 


116 


811 


660 


6, 


124 


8, 


067 


1,008 


907 


1,709 


2 


384 


19 


38 




July 


22, 


479 


543 


117 


814 


663 


6, 


141 


8, 


105 


1,012 


908 


1,717 


2 


402 


19 


38 




Oct. 


22, 


574 


545 


117 


816 


668 


6, 


153 


8, 


143 


1,013 


909 


1,732 


2, 


421 


20 


37 



1975 Jan. 
Apr. 



22,659 
22,737 



546 
548 



118 
119 



818 

821 



670 
673 



6,165 


8, 171 


1,014 


912 


6,176 


8,200 


1,016 


915 



1,747 
1,759 



2,441 
2,452 



20 
21 



37 
37 



'As of the first of each month. Source: Quarterly Estimates of Population for Canada and Provinces (91-001), Statistics Canada. 

Table 2: immigration to Canada, by country of last permanent residence (number) 







United 


























year and 




Kingdom 






Nether- 








Other 




Austra- 


United 


West 




quarter 


total 


and Ireland 


France 


Germany 


lands 


Greece 


Italy 


Portugal 


Europe 


Asia 


lasia 


States 


Indies 


all other 


CANSIM 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 


32 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38 


39 


40 


1973 


784, 200 


28,102 


3,586 


2,564 


1,898 


5,833 


5,468 


13,483 


10,949 


43, 1 93 


2,671 


25,242 


19,281 


21,930 


1974 


218,465 


39,748 


4,232 


3,621 


2,103 


5,632 


5,226 


16,333 


11,799 


50,566 


2,594 


26,541 


23,670 


26,400 


1973 4 


64,310 


7,479 


1,058 


781 


429 


1,940 


1,584 


4,833 


3,455 


16,839 


668 


9,644 


7,667 


7,933 


1974 1 


45. 302 


6,478 


799 


614 


448 


1,542 


1,203 


4,056 


2,528 


10,563 


554 


6,178 


4,865 


5,474 


2 


58, 787 


10,235 


1,161 


1,087 


696 


1,585 


1,549 


4,718 


3,224 


12,732 


741 


7,611 


6,072 


7,376 


3 


62,372 


11,739 


1,283 


1,122 


609 


1,315 


1,283 


3,689 


3,194 


14,847 


780 


7,877 


7,166 


7,408 


4 


52, 064 


11,296 


989 


798 


350 


1,190 


1,191 


3,870 


2,853 


12,424 


519 


4,875 


5,567 


6,142 



Source: Quarterly Bulletin, Deportment of Manpower and Immigration. 

Table 3: immigration to Canada, by province of (intended) destination 



year and 
quarter 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.-B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


Yukon, 
N.W.T. 


CANSIM 


74 


75 


76 


77 


78 


79 


80 


81 


82 


83 


84 


85 


1973 
1974 


784,200 
278,465 


984 
1,036 


273 

311 


2,548 
2,601 


1,729 
2,207 


26,871 
33,458 


103,187 
120,115 


6,621 
7,423 


1,866 
2,244 


1 1 , 904 
14,289 


27,949 
34,481 


268 
300 


1973 4 


64,370 


359 


138 


1,195 


786 


9,381 


35,526 


2,515 


666 


4,357 


9,324 


63 


1974 1 
2 
3 
4 


45, 302 
58, 787 
62,312 
52, 064 


241 
253 
303 
239 


72 
91 
92 
56 


546 

749 
721 
585 


490 
638 
660 
419 


6,886 
9,340 
9,710 
7,522 


25,264 
32,242 
33,635 
28,974 


1,624 
1,994 
2,020 
1,785 


470 
563 
603 
608 


2,736 
3,684 
4,244 
3,625 


6,908 

9,147 

10,251 

8,175 


65 
86 
73 
76 



Source: Quarterly Bulletin, Department of Manpower and Immigration. 

Table 4: immigration to Canada, by (intended) occupational group' (number) 



destined to the labour force 



year and total 
quarter immi- 
gration 



mana- 
gerial 



profes- 
sional 
and 



commer- 
cial 
and fi- 



technical clerical nancial 



transport mining 

service and and 

and re- communi- agricul- quarry- manufac- la- sub- 

creotion cation ture ing 2 turing 3 bourers total 



not destined to the labour force 

students 
(18 years 
and sub- 

wives children over) 5 total* 



CANSIM 55 



56 



57 



58 



59 



60 



61 



62 



63 



64 



65 



66 



67 



68 



69 



70 



1973 
1974 



784,200 5,993 19,530 13,451 4,017 
278,465 6,445 21,599 15,660 4,119 



10,407 1,065 
10,739 1,315 



3,079 384 
2,637 526 



28,127 1,326 92,228 27,530 44,149 11,235 91,972 
34,620 1,787 106,083 32,470 61,008 8,697 112,382 



1973 4 64,370 1,783 6,267 4,098 1,236 3,995 406 1,003 167 10,155 585 31,336 8,526 13,911 7,358 32,974 



1974 1 
2 

3 



45,302 1,309 
58,787 1,772 
62,372 1,922 



4,312 
5,371 
6,940 



3,141 
4,208 
4,463 



893 
1,082 
1, 122 



2,937 
2,972 
2,536 



307 
404 
329 



4 52,064 1,442 4,976 3,848 1,022 2,294 275 



756 117 

875 133 

570 146 

436 130 



8,061 
9,499 
9,096 
7,964 



463 23,575 6,390 10,572 
478 28,635 8,821 16,190 
415 29,445 9,285 18,578 



2,842 21,727 
2,427 30,152 
2,139 32,867 



431 24,428 7,974 15,668 1,289 27,636 



'The occupational status of the majority of the persons destined to the labour force is determined by immigration officials by an examination of documentary 
evidence provided by the immigrants. The classification of occupations is similar to that used in the 1961 Census; see Occupational Classification Manual, Census 
of Canada, 1961, Catalogue Number 12-506. includes logging, fishing, trapping and hunting. 'Includes mechanical and construction. 'Includes a small number in 
non-specified occupations. s Does not include students entering Canada on students' visas. 'Includes also retired persons, elderly dependents, fiances or fioncees 
and other unspecified persons not intending to enter the labour force. Source: Quarterly Bulletin, Deportment of Manpower and Immigration. 



18 



July, 1975 



SECTION 2 
TABLES 5-7 













Table 5: births. 


1 by province 


(number) 










year 

and 

month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


CANSIM 


87 


88 


89 


90 


91 


92 


93 


94 


95 


96 


97 



1972* 
1973* 

1972 N 

D 

1973 2 1 
2 

3 
4 



1974 



1975 1 



347,319 
341,749 



85,615 
82,524 
88,868 
89, J6 7 



12,898 
1 1 , 906 



27,274 1,011 

27,788 1,184 

90,640 3,827 

86,788 2,745 

83,768 2,526 

86,065 2,797 



3,362 
2,386 
3,295 
2,224 



86,599 3,546 



2, 010 
1,886 

158 
162 

392 
453 
515 
515 

404 
495 
4 97 
541 

406 



13,536 


1 1 , 806 


83,603 


125,060 


17,398 


15,473 


2 9,282 


34,563 


13,299 


11,425 


84, 057 


123,776 


17,006 


14,806 


29,288 


33,608 


1,026 


886 


6,267 


10,203 


1,376 


1,288 


2,398 


2,661 


1,118 


963 


6, 141 


10,381 


1,399 


1,291 


2,371 


2,778 


3,518 


2,955 


24,038 


31,956 


4,110 


3,736 


7,524 


8,584 


3,354 


2,980 


21,271 


31,086 


4,617 


3,789 


7,739 


8,754 


3,509 


2,712 


20,085 


31,095 


4,257 


3,545 


7,023 


8,501 


3, 067 


3,050 


22,233 


31,043 


4,284 


3,643 


7,130 


8,303 


3,280 


2,694 


22,485 


30,711 


4,281 


3,603 


5,981 


8,814 


3,219 


2,908 


18,736 


30, 554 


4,254 


3,779 


7,627 


8,566 


3,444 


2, 960 


21,045 


32,425 


4,534 


4,014 


7,737 


8,917 


3,012 


3,137 


22,298 


32,268 


4,540 


3,817 


8,300 


9,024 



3,460 3,041 



21,745 



30,214 



4, 142 



3,648 



7,723 



8,674 



1975 1 



Table 6: deaths, ' by province (number) 



year 
























and 
























month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


CANSIM 


109 


110 


Ill 


112 


113 


114 


115 


116 


117 


118 


119 


1972* 


162,413 


3,349 


1,052 


6,904 


4,982 


42 , 3 1 1 


58, 905 


8,225 


7,590 


10,699 


18,021 


1973* 


163,699 


3,405 


1,020 


6,928 


5,084 


42,666 


59,875 


8,196 


7,646 


10,763 


1 8, 095 


1972 N 


13,036 


286 


87 


538 


434 


3,477 


4,739 


649 


564 


843 


1,419 


D 


14,551 


290 


91 


619 


415 


3,576 


5,434 


758 


688 


917 


1,763 


1973 2 1 


43,533 


1,047 


184 


1,92 5 


1,387 


10,383 


16,416 


2,316 


2,010 


2,962 


4,903 


2 


39,617 


739 


219 


1,584 


1,277 


10,821 


14,248 


1,975 


1,803 


2,718 


4,233 


3 


39, 534 


696 


245 


1,808 


1,122 


9,932 


14,941 


2,024 


1,871 


2,536 


4,359 


4 


41.623 


681 


263 


1,725 


1,352 


11,680 


14,821 


2,176 


1,890 


2,568 


4,467 


1974 1 


43, 268 


1, 044 


158 


1,707 


1,492 


10,408 


16,138 


2,233 


1,859 


2,773 


5,456 


2 


41, 150 


646 


280 


1,915 


1,285 


10,015 


15,242 


2, 073 


2,047 


2,894 


4,753 


3 


41,668 


772 


260 


1,779 


1,233 


11,543 


14,696 


2, 038 


1,963 


2,685 


4,699 


4 


41,545 


510 


295 


1,518 


1,349 


9,991 


15,566 


2,218 


1,896 


3,335 


4,867 



45,790 937 



269 



1,906 



1,520 



12,087 



16,228 2,236 



1,957 



3,479 



5,171 











Table 7: marriages, 


by province 


(number) 












year 

and 

month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 




CANSIM 


131 


132 


133 


134 135 


136 


137 


138 


139 


140 


141 





1972* 


200,470 


5, 106 


1, 013 


7,291 


6,455 


53,830 


72,278 


9,181 


7,877 


16,345 


20,659 


1973* 


198,632 


5,048 


1,014 


7,273 


6,357 


51,943 


72,371 


9,196 


7,847 


16,280 


21,303 


1972 N 


11,917 


435 


71 


494 


444 


1,879 


4,654 


647 


585 


1,237 


1,471 


D 


15,638 


490 


68 


526 


459 


4,345 


5,312 


669 


580 


1,377 


1,812 


1973 2 1 


33,67? 


1,592 


82 


1,121 


823 


11,101 


10 f 241 


1,333 


933 


2,567 


3,878 


2 


44, 114 


933 


208 


1,745 


1,435 


7,106 


19,144 


2,158 


1,937 


4,195 


5,253 


3 


65,204 


1,341 


413 


2,795 


2,589 


14,217 


25,610 


3,461 


3,060 


4,783 


6,935 


4 


51,330 


1,323 


291 


1,674 


1,472 


16,008 


17,289 


2,218 


1,981 


3,944 


5,130 


1974 1 


35,588 


1,401 


108 


998 


885 


14,034 


10, 180 


1,290 


915 


1,898 


3,879 


2 


44,930 


848 


201 


1,694 


1,367 


7,630 


19,633 


2, 129 


1,913 


4,211 


5,304 


3 


71,604 


1,570 


405 


2,826 


2,567 


18,177 


26,214 


3,538 


3, 199 


6,008 


7,100 


4 


53, 188 


1,073 


262 


1,543 


1,418 


17,610 


17,141 


2,310 


1,978 


4,497 


5,356 



1975 1 



30, 141 1,250 



92 



1, 124 



885 



8,101 



9,681 



1,266 



911 



2,953 



3,878 



*Figures show events allocated to actual month or year of occurrence. Subsequent data are for month in which registrations are filed, and for these months 
Canada total excludes the Yukon and Northwest Territories. 'Births and deaths are exclusive of still births. 2 Beginning in 1973, data on births, deaths and 

marriages will be available only on a quarterly basis. Source: Vital Statistics (84.001), Statistics Canada. 



/ 



19 



SECTION 3 
TABLES 1. 1 and 1.2 



I — Income and expenditure accounts 
Table 1.1: national income and gross national product (millions of dollars) 



July, 1975 































GNP at 






























market 




wages, 










accr'd 


net 














prices 


year 


salaries, 








net 


income of 








capital 






excl. 


and 


and 




corpo- 


deduct: 


interest 


income 


non-farm 




net 




consump. 






accrued 


quarter 


supple- 


military 


ration 


dividends 


& misc. 


of farm 


un-incorp. 




national 


indirect 


allow- 






net 




mentary 


pay and 


profits 


paid 


invest- 


operators 


business 


inventory 


income 


taxes 


ances 


residual 


GNP at 


income 




labour 


al low- 


before 


to non- 


ment 


from farm 


incl. 


valuation 


at factor 


less 


& misc. 


error of 


market 


of farm 




income 


ances 


taxes' 


residents 2 


income 3 


prod. 4 


rent 5 


adjust. 6 


cost 


subsidies val. adj. 


estimate 


prices 


operators 


CANSIM 


40032 


40001 


40002 


40003 


40004 


40005 


40006 


40007 


40008 


40009 


40010 


40011 


40548 


40013 


S. A. 


40240 


40241 


40242 


40243 


40244 


40245 


40246 


40247 


40248 


40249 


40250 


40251 


40551 


40253 


1973 


64,961 


1,092 


14,386 


-1,268 


5,270 


3,137 


6,907 


-2, 384 


92, 707 


15,399 


13,384 


-*146 


120,438 


117,301 


1974 


75,970 


1, 185 


18,303 


-1,506 


7,014 


3,734 


7,345 


-4,264 


707,78 7 


17,963 


15,354 


-218 


140,880 


137,146 



974 1 


17,423 


284 


4,138 


-331 


1,659 


2 


18,645 


295 


5,035 


-295 


1,652 


2 


19,674 


293 


4,615 


-288 


1,784 


4 


20,228 


313 


4,515 


-592 


1,919 



unadjusted for seasonality 

-171 1,693 -963 

8 1,849 -1,400 

3,581 1,923 -1,072 

316 1,880 -829 



23, 732 


4,490 


3,602 


-670 


37, 754 


31,325 


25, 789 


4,446 


3,783 


-116 


33, 902 


33,894 


30,570 


4,595 


3,917 


- 3 


39,019 


35,438 


27, 750 


4,432 


4,052 


571 


36,805 


36,489 



1975 1 20,087 



317 



3,940 



-361 2,022 



-399 1 , 783 



-759 26,630 4,198 4,129 -967 33,990 34,389 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1974 1 


71,220 


1,148 


17,792 


-1,404 


6,344 


3,340 


7,252 


-3,804 


707,888 17,864 


14,620 


- 32 


734,340 131,000 


2 


73,584 


1,172 


18,712 


-1,432 


6,868 


3,944 


7,364 


-5,456 


104,756 18,640 


15,176 


20 


738,592 134,648 


3 


77,948 


1,192 


19,276 


-1,464 


7,220 


3,724 


7,444 


-4,440 


7 70,900 18,232 


15,596 


-284 


144,444 140,720 


4 


81,128 


1,228 


17,432 


-1,724 


7,624 


3,928 


7,320 


-3, 356 


7 73,580 17,116 


16,024 


-576 


746, 744 142,216 


1975 1 


82,364 


1,280 


16,612 


-1,512 


7,696 


3,200 


7,512 


-3,012 


7 74, 740 16,576 


16,512 


-716 


746,572 143,312 



'Excludes profits (net of losses) of government business enterprises, includes the withholding tax applicable to this item. 'Includes profits (net of losses) 
of government business enterprises and interest ant miscellaneous investment income of government. includes value of physical change in farm inventories. The 
seasonally adjusted data includes an arbitrary smoothing of crop production and standard seasonal adjustment for withdrawals of grain from farm stocks and the 
change in other farm-held inventories. Because of the arbitrary element, too precise on interpretation should not be given the seasonally adjusted figures, includes 
net income of independent professional practitioners. 'See footnote 4, Table 1.2. Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 



Table 1. 2: gross national expenditure (millions of dollars) 







govern- 




personal 


ment 


year 


expend- 


current 


and 


iture on 


expend- 


quarter 


consu- 


iture 




mer 


on 




goods 


goods 




and 


and ser- 




services 


vices' 



gross fixed capital formation 



business 



govern- 
ment 
total 2 



resi- 
dential 
con- 
struc- 
tion 



non- 
resi- 
dential 
construc- 
tion 



machin- 
ery 
and 
equip- 
ment 



volue of physical 
change in inventories 





b 


usiness 




deduct: 










farm & 


gross 






groin in 


exports 


imports 




national 






commer- 


of 


of 


residual 


expend- 


govern- 




cial 


goods 


goods 


error 


iture at 


ment 


non- 


chan- 


and ser- 


and 


of esti- 


market 


total 


farm 4 


nels 5 


vices 


services 


mate 


prices 



CANSIM 40014 
S. A. 40254 



40015 40016 
40255 40256 



40017 40021 
40257 40261 



40022 40023 
40262 40263 



40024 40025 40026 
40264 40265 40266 



40027 40028 
40267 40268 



4002 9 40030 
40269 40270 



40031 40548 
40271 40551 



1973 
1974 



69,367 22,689 26,987 4,305 22,682 
79,910 27,374 32,900 5,348 27,552 



6,549 


7,304 


8,829 1,267 


-15 


1,081 


201 


30,684 -31,003 


447 


120,438 


7,646 


8,984 


10,922 2,665 


26 


2,669 


- 30 


38,488 -40,675 


218 


140,880 



unadjusted for seasonality 



1974 1 17,764 6,457 6,884 970 5,914 1,522 

2 19,810 6,317 8,285 1,204 7,081 1,959 

3 19,948 6,943 9,000 1,653 7,347 2,240 



1,871 
2,106 
2,520 



2,521 - 40 -37 
3,016 -297 17 
2,587 3,343 36 



4 22,388 7,657 8,731 1,521 7,210 1,925 2,487 2,798 -341 10 

1975 1 20,242 7,590 7,806 1,250 6,556 1,330 2,214 3,012 -548 -37 

seasonally adjusted at annual rates 

1974 1 75,828 25,100 31,472 4,808 26,664 7,656 8,560 10,448 2,344 -20 

2 78,664 26,788 32,476 5,156 27,320 8,096 8,696 10,528 1,812 

3 81,740 28,384 33,428 5,584 27,844 7,668 9,020 11,156 3,288 

4 83,408 29,224 34,224 5,844 28,380 7,164 9,660 11,556 3,216 

1975 1 86,204 29,628 35,448 6,104 29,344 6,820 10,116 12,408 1,076 -20 



1,124 


-1,127 


8,239 


- 8,820 


670 


3 7,754 


225 


-539 


9,978 


-10,308 


117 


33, 902 


431 


2,876 


9,944 


-10,162 


3 


39,019 


889 


-1,240 


10,327 


-11,385 


-572 


36.805 



968 33,990 



■20 


3, 156 


-792 


24 


1,776 


12 


40 


2,440 


808 


60 


3,304 


-148 



36,328 -36,764 
37,480 -38,608 
40,120 -^2,804 
40, 024 -44,524 



32 

- 20 
288 
572 



780 



134,340 
138.592 
144.444 
146, 144 



316 38,196 -44,760 720 746,572 



'Includes defence expenditures. includes outlay on new durable assets such as building and highway construction by governments, other than government 
business enterprises. Excludes defence construction and equipment which is defined as current expenditure. Includes capital expenditures by private and govern- 

ment business enterprises, private non-commercial institutions and outlays on new residential construction by individuals and business investors. Capital expendi- 
ture is defined to include all transfer costs on the sales and purchases of existing fixed assets. 4 The book value of inventories is deflated to remove the effect of 
price change and the derived "physical" chonge is then valued at average prices of the current period to obtain the value of physical change. The difference 
between the value of physical change and the change in book value is called the inventory valuation adjustment, (as shown in Table 1.1). 'See footnote 4, 

Table 1.1. Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 



20 



July, 1975 






I — Income and expenditure accounts 
Table 1. 3: gross national expenditure in constant (1971) dollars (millions of dollars) ' 



SECTION 3 
TABLES 1.3 and 1.4 





personal 
expend- 
iture on 
consumer 
goods 
and 
services 


govern- 
ment 
current 
expend- 
iture- 
on 

goods 
and ser- 
vices 




gross fixed 


capital fo 


rmation 






value of 
change in 


physical 
inventories 


exports 
of 

goods 
and ser- 
vices 


deduct: 

imports 
of goods 
' and 
services 


residual 
error 
of esti- 
mate 






total 


govern- 
ment 
total 


business 




year 
and 
quarter 


total 


govern- 
ment 
total 




business 




non- 
farm 


farm 
and 
grain 
in com- 
mercial 
chan- 
nels 




total 


resi- 
dential 
con- 
struc- 
tion 


non-resi- 
dential 
construc- 
tion 


machin- 
ery 
and 
equip- 
ment 


gross 
national 
expend, 
iture 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


40562 
40594 


40568 
40600 


40569 
40601 


40570 
4 0602 


40575 
40607 


40576 
40608 


40577 
40609 


40578 
40610 


40581 
40613 


40582 
40614 


40583 
40615 


40584 
40616 


40586 
40618 


40588 
40620 


40590 
40622 


40561 
40593 



1973 
1974 



1974 



62,461 19,687 23,876 
65,070 21,256 25,171 



3,747 


20,129 5,486 6,418 


8,225 1,044 


-16 


1,001 


59 


4,026 


21,145 5,345 6,908 


8,892 2,125 


18 


2,053 


54 



26,094 -27,687 
25,101 -30,074 



437 
213 



105,972 
708,862 



unadjusted for seasonality 



1 15,141 


5,333 


5,655 


791 


4,864 


1,150 


1,522 


2,192 


338 


-31 


942 


-573 


5,859 


- 7,154 


545 


25,777 


2 16,419 


5,030 


6,476 


916 


5,560 


1,401 


1,631 


2,528 


350 


13 


224 


113 


6,584 


- 7,857 


91 


27,093 


3 16,057 


5,239 


6,688 


1,216 


5,472 


1,512 


1,900 


2,060 


1,302 


29 


189 


1,084 


6,336 


- 7,306 


2 


28,318 


4 17,453 


5,654 


6,352 


1,103 


5,249 


1,282 


1,855 


2,112 


135 


7 


698 


-570 


6,322 


- 7,757 


-425 


27, 734 



1975 1 15,355 5,585 5,606 910 4,696 



1974 1 
2 
3 
4 



64,720 
65,108 
65,720 
64,732 



20,660 25,656 
21,400 25, 188 
21,376 24,960 
21,588 24,880 



3,872 
3,892 
4,124 
4,216 



21,784 
21,296 
20,836 
20,664 



831 1,636 2,229 -181 -26 

seasonally adjusted at annual rates 

5,744 6,940 9,100 2,188 -16 

5,748 6,712 8,836 1,796 20 

5,144 6,792 8,900 1,796 28 

4,744 7,188 8,732 2,720 40 



379 



-534 5,172 - 7,154 708 25,097 



2,432 


-228 


25,724 


-29,840 


76 


709, 784 


1,528 


248 


24,528 


-29,216 


32 


708,836 


1,564 


204 


25,648 


-30,908 


268 


708,860 


2,688 


- 8 


24,504 


-30,332 


476 


708,568 



1975 1 65,664 21,732 25,304 4,392 20,912 4,260 7,468 9,184 420 -12 



192 



240 22,888 -29,540 528 706,996 



'The implicit price deflators of the seasonally unadjusted components of Gross National Expenditure, derived by dividing the value figures in current dollars 
by the constant dollar figures, are not suitable as indicators of quarter-to-quarter price change. This is because they are currently weighted and therefore are 
affected by compositional shifts which occur within the unadjusted components of Gross National Expenditure, on a quarter-to-quarter basis. Quarter-to-quarter 
movements in the implicit price deflators based on seasonally adjusted data are less subject to the problem of shifting weights and may be used as a measure of 
price change. Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 



Table 1.4: sources of personal income (millions of dollars) 





wages, 
salaries and 
supplemen- 
tary labour 
income 


military 
pay and 
allowances 


net income 
received 
by farm 
operators 
from farm 
production' 


net income of 
non-farm un- 
incorporated 
business 
including rent 


interest, 

dividends 

and miscella' 

neous 

investment 

income 2 




current transfers 






year and 


from 


government 


from 
corporations 3 


from 
non-residents 






to persons 


ca pi ta 1 
assistance 


personal 

income 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


40032 
4 0272 


40033 
40273 


40034 
4 0274 


40035 
40275 


40036 
40276 


40039 
40278 


40040 
40279 


40037 
40280 


40041 
40281 


40549 
40282 


1973 
1974 


64,961 
75,970 


1,092 
1, 185 


3,127 
3,204 


6,907 
7,345 


7,775 
9,570 


11,200 
13,715 


44 
54 


178 
209 


203 
217 


95,487 
111,469 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1974 1 


17,423 


284 


-354 


1,693 


2,113 


3,481 


15 


51 


53 


24,759 


2 


18,645 


295 


331 


1,849 


2,356 


3,374 


10 


52 


53 


26,965 


3 


19,674 


293 


3,346 


1,923 


2,400 


3,352 


15 


53 


55 


31,111 


4 


20,228 


313 


-119 


1,880 


2,701 


3,508 


14 


53 


56 


28,634 



1975 1 



1975 



20,087 



82,364 



317 



310 



1,783 



2,455 



4,205 



27 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1,280 



3,472 



7,512 



10,200 



15,592 



108 



53 



212 



57 



224 



29,294 



974 1 


71,220 


1,148 


3,164 


7,252 


8,768 


12,896 


60 


204 


208 


104,920 


2 


73,584 


1, 172 


3,552 


7,364 


9,332 


13,344 


40 


208 


212 


108,808 


3 


77,948 


1,192 


3,324 


7,444 


9,808 


14,060 


60 


212 


224 


114,272 


4 


81,128 


1,228 


2,776 


7,320 


10,372 


14,560 


56 


212 


224 


117,876 



120,964 



'This item differs from column 6, table 1 . 1 by excluding the adjustment which has been made to take account of the accrued earnings arising out of the oper- 
ations of the Canadian Wheat Board and the Canadian Co-Operative Wheat Producers. 2 lnclu<^es all interest on the public debt paid by government to persons. 
'Charitable contributions and bad debts. For source see table 1.9. 



21 



SECTION 3 
TABLES 1.5 and 1.6 



I - Income and expenditure accounts 
Table 1.5: disposition of personal income (million dollars) 



July, 1975 



current transfers 



year and 
quarter 



personal expenditure 
on consumer goods and services 

total semi- non- 

personal durable durable durable serv- 

income total goods goods goods ices' 



to government 



sue- social 

cession ins. 
duties & govt. 
& estate pension 
taxes funds 2 other 



income 
taxes 



corpor- 
ations 3 



to non- 
resi- 
dents 



personal savings 

value of 
excl. physical 

change change 
in farm in farm personal 
inven- inven- disposable 
tories tories income 4 



CANSIM 


40042 


40043 


40044 


40045 


40046 


40047 


40048 


40049 


40050 


40051 


40052 


40053 


40054 


40055 


40056 


40057 


S. A. 


40552 


40283 


40284 


40285 


40286 


40287 


40288 


40289 


40290 


40291 


40292 


40293 


40294 






40295 


1973 


77,361 


69,367 


10,588 


9,497 


22,521 


26,761 


13,308 


205 


3,551 


1,062 


997 


234 


6,763 


6,127 


636 


95,487 


1974 


89,339 


79,910 


12,103 


11,267 


26,629 


29,911 


16,177 


178 


4,667 


1,108 


1,493 


224 


7,712 


7,613 


99 


1 1 1 , 469 














unadjusted for seasonal variation 














1974 1 


24,759 


17,764 


2,516 


2,104 


6,015 


7,129 


3,651 


48 


1,132 


365 


329 


55 


1,415 


2,797 


-1,382 


19,563 


2 


26,965 


19,810 


3,344 


2,673 


6,453 


7,340 


3,617 


48 


1,279 


253 


337 


56 


1,565 


2,180 


-615 


21,768 


3 


31,111 


19,948 


2,992 


2,807 


6,592 


7,557 


4,333 


40 


1,169 


243 


400 


55 


4,923 


2,210 


2,713 


25,326 


4 


28,634 


22,388 


3,251 


3,683 


7,569 


7,885 


4,576 


42 


1,087 


247 


427 


58 


-191 


426 


-617 


22,682 



1975 1 29,294 20,242 2,711 2,382 6,958 8,191 4,650 42 1,310 



375 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1974 1 
2 
3 
4 



104,920 75,828 

108,808 78,664 

114,272 81,740 

117,876 83,408 



11,708 10,640 

12,280 11,148 

12,560 11,756 

11,864 11,524 



25,064 28,416 
26,012 29,224 
27,124 30,300 
28,316 31,704 



14,912 
14,828 
17,240 
17,728 



192 
192 
160 
168 



4,332 
4,452 
4,648 
5,236 



1,152 
1,092 
1,100 
1,088 



433 57 



1,312 216 

1,380 224 

1,596 224 

1,684 232 



2,185 3,751 -1,566 22,917 



6,976 
7,976 
7,564 
8,332 



1975 1 120,964 86,204 12,656 11,976 28,912 32,660 19,020 168 5,072 1,188 1,728 224 7,360 



84,332 
88,244 
91,124 
93,656 

95,516 



'Includes net expenditure abroad. 2 Employer and employee contributions to social insuronce and government pension funds, 
portion of interest on the consumer debt. 'This item is equal to "personal income" less the total of "current transfers to government". 
Table 1.9 



3 This item is the transfer 
For source see 



Table 1. 6: source and disposition of gross saving (million dollars) 













source 


of gross saving 


























saving 
















year 




persons 


& unin- 




corporate an 


d government 








and 




corporate 


d business 




bu s i n e s s 


enterprises 








capital 




disposition of gross saving 








adjust- 
ment on 


undis- 
tributed 


govt. 




inventory 






sumption 
allow- 




gross 
fixed 


value of 
physical 






total 




grain 


corpo- 


business 


capital 


valuation 






ances 


residual 


capital 


change 


residual 




gross 


personal 


trans- 


ration 


enter- 


assis- 


adjust- 


govern- 


non- 


and 


error of 


form- 


in inven- 


error of 




saving 


saving 


actions' 


profits 


prises 


tance 


ment 


ment 


residents MVA 2 


estimate 


ation 5 


tories 


estimate 


CANSIM 


40185 


40175 


40181 


40176 


40177 


40178 


4 0182 


40179 


40180 


40183 


40184 


40186 


40190 


40191 


S. A. 


40423 


40413 


40419 


40414 


40415 


40416 


40420 


40417 


40418 


40421 


40422 


40424 


40428 


40429 


1973 


28,701 


6,763 


10 


6,774 


220 


251 


-2,384 


3,790 


339 


13,384 


-446 


26,987 


1,267 


447 


1974 


35,783 


7,712 


530 


8,539 


384 


219 


-4,264 


5,363 


2,164 


15,354 


-218 


32,900 


2,665 


218 












unadjusted for seasonal 


variation 














1974 1 


7,514 


1,415 


183 


1,979 


121 


53 


-963 


1,180 


614 


3,602 


-670 


6,884 


- 40 


670 


2 


8,105 


1,565 


-323 


2,552 


104 


68 


-1,400 


1,567 


305 


3,783 


-116 


8,285 


-297 


117 


3 


12,346 


4,923 


235 


2,290 


93 


51 


-1 , 072 


1,663 


249 


3,917 


- 3 


9,000 


3,343 


3 


4 


7,818 


-191 


435 


1,718 


66 


47 


-829 


953 


996 


4,052 


571 


8,731 


-341 


-572 



1975 1 



8,226 2,185 



-709 



1,635 



144 



82 



-759 



351 



2,135 4,129 -967 



7,806 -548 



1974 1 


33,848 


6,976 


176 


8,768 


320 


2 


34,268 


7,976 


392 


9,092 


412 


3 


37,004 


7,564 


400 


9,008 


404 


4 


38,012 


8,332 


1,152 


7,288 


400 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 

172 -3,804 6,176 

252 -5,456 5,312 

256 -4,440 5,900 

196 -3,356 4,064 



1975 1 37,244 7,360 



-272 



6,988 



392 



272 



-3,012 3,000 



6,720 16,512 -716 



35,448 1,076 



968 



476 


14,620 


- 32 


31,472 


2,344 


32 


1,092 


15, 176 


20 


32,476 


1,812 


- 20 


2,600 


15,596 


-284 


33,428 


3,288 


288 


4,488 


16,024 


-576 


34,224 


3,216 


572 



720 



'This item is the adjustment to take account of the accrued earnings of farm operators arising out of the operations of the Canadion Wheat Board. See also 
footnote 1, table 1.4. Miscellaneous valuation adjustment. 3 For a breakdown between government and business, see table 1.2. For source see Table 1.9. 



22 



July, 1975 



I — Income and expenditure accounts 
Table 1.7: government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars) 



SECTION 3 
TABLE 1.7 



revenue 












direct taxes 








indirect taxes 




year 
and 




per 


sons 






corporate and government 

federal 
tax 

collec- 
total federal 2 tions 2 


business 

pro- 
vincial 


enterprises 

provin- non- 
cial tax resi- 
collec- dents 
tions federal 3 




quurler 


federal' 


pro- 
vincial 


local 


Canada 
pension 
plan 


Quebec 
pension 
plan 




total 


total 


federal 


pro- 
vincial 


local 4 


CANSIM 40058 
S. A. 40296 


40059 
40297 


40060 
40298 


40061 
40299 


40062 
40300 


40063 
40301 


40064 40065 40066 
40302 40303 40304 


40067 
40305 


40068 40069 
40306 40307 


40070 
40308 


40071 
40309 


40072 
40310 


40073 
40311 



1973 
1974 



1974 1 
2 
3 
4 



17,064 
21,022 



4,831 
4,944 
5,542 
5,705 



10,889 4,870 
13,507 5,906 



2,917 1,474 



3,301 1, 
3,553 1, 
3,736 1, 



127 
596 
709 



1975 1 6,002 3,660 1,864 



939 
1,204 


366 
405 


4,747 
6,468 

unadjusted fo 


3,455 3,296 1 
4,618 4,243 1 

r seasonal variation 


,292 
,850 


1,268 
1,612 


322 
430 


16,500 
20,541 


5,837 
8,495 


6,094 
7,162 


4,569 
4,884 


347 
384 
277 
196 


93 
132 
116 

64 


1,440 
1,778 
1,607 
1,643 


1,028 781 
1,269 1,608 
1,147 940 
1,174 914 


412 

509 
460 
469 


373 
429 
491 
319 


75 
120 

76 
159 


5,052 
4,800 
5,345 
5,344 


1,987 
2,025 
2,197 
2,286 


1,850 
1,555 
1,926 
1,831 


1,215 
1,220 
1,222 
1,227 


382 


96 


1,477 


1 , 056 1 , 1 57 


421 


657 


74 


5,197 


1,805 


2,064 


1,328 



1974 1 19,436 


12,136 5,724 


- 


1,176 


2 19,472 


13,100 4,924 


- 


1,012 


3 22,048 


14,052 6,424 


- 


1,148 


4 23,132 


14,740 6,552 


- 


1,480 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 

400 5,960 4,268 3,632 1,692 1,392 336 

436 6,484 4,632 4,348 1,852 1,612 412 

424 6,960 4,960 4,336 2,000 1,736 476 

360 6,468 4,612 4,656 1,856 1,708 496 



20,092 8,268 6,948 4,876 



20,280 
21,012 
20,780 



8,284 
8,780 
8,648 



7,116 
7,344 
7,240 



4,880 
4,888 
4,892 



1975 1 24,260 15,212 7,2c 



1,352 



408 



6,108 4,380 5,400 1,728 2,512 328 20,532 7,488 7,716 5,328 















revenue 












year and 




other 


current transfers 


from persons 








investment income 








total 


federal 


provincial 


local 


hospitals 


Canada 
pension plan 




total 


federal 


provincial 


local 


hospitals 


CANSIM 
S.A. 


40074 
40312 


40075 
40313 


40076 
40314 


40077 
40315 


40078 
40316 


40079 
40317 


40080 
40318 


40081 
40319 


40082 
40320 


40083 
40321 


40084 
40322 



1973 


1,062 


6 


975 


77 


4 




4,371 


1,823 


1,820 


152 


6 


407 


1974 


1,108 


7 


1,020 


77 


4 

unadJL 


sted for 


5,463 

seasonal 


1,946 

variation 


2,640 


162 


6 


498 


1974 1 


365 


2 


344 


18 


1 




1,188 


454 


557 


34 


1 


97 


2 


253 


2 


231 


19 


1 




1,319 


481 


608 


44 


1 


135 


3 


243 


2 


220 


20 


1 




1,360 


455 


701 


36 


2 


111 


4 


247 


1 


225 


20 


1 




1,596 


556 


774 


48 


2 


155 



1975 1 



1974 1 
2 
3 
4 

1975 1 



375 



1,152 
1,092 
1,100 
1,088 

1,188 



352 20 1 1,641 544 

seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



876 



36 



1,096 



80 



6,480 



119 



1,068 


72 


4 


4,728 


1,944 


1,988 


156 


4 


456 


1,004 


76 


4 


5,296 


1,932 


2,520 


160 


4 


480 


1,008 


80 


4 


5,708 


1,936 


2,852 


164 


8 


528 


1,000 


80 


4 


6,120 


1,972 


3,200 


168 


8 


528 



2,312 



3,180 



164 



560 



'Includes the taxes on life insurance companies introduced in 1969. At the present time, for National Accounts purposes, life insurance companies are 
treated as associations of individuals in so far as their investment activities are concerned. The 1969 taxes are thus included here pending a complete review of 
the treatment of insurance. 2 Excludes the special refundable tax on corporations introduced in May 1966. Refunding of the tax began in 1968. Withholding taxes. 
4 The quarterly figures of real property taxes unadjusted and seasonally adjusted are obtained by dividing annual totals by four. Since real property tax rates have 
been generally upward, this treatment gives rise to a fictitious seosonal between the fourth and first quarters in the seasonally adjusted taxes of series. For source 
see Table 1. 9. 



23 



SECTION 3 
TABLE 1.7 - Cont 



I — Income and expenditure accounts 
Table 1.7: government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars) — continued 



July, 1975 ! 















revenue 


















curren 


transfers 


from other levels of go 


/ernment 








total revenue 






and 
quarter 


total 


provinces 


local 


governments 


hospitals 




trom 
Canada 


from local 
govern- 
ments 


from 
Canada 


from 
provinces 


from loca 
from govern- 
provinces ments 


total 


federal 


pro- 
vincial 


local 


hospitals 


Canada 
pension 
plan 


Quebec 
pension 
plan 


CANSIM 
S.A. 


40085 
40323 


40086 
40324 


40087 
40325 


40088 
40326 


40089 
40327 


40090 40091 
40328 40329 


40092 
40330 


40093 
40331 


40094 
40332 


40095 
40333 


40096 
40334 


40097 
40335 


40098 
40336 



1973 


12,326 


4,694 


34 


113 


4 


1974 


15,151 


5,994 


31 


152 


5 



1974 1 


3,418 


1,472 


8 


32 1 


2 


4,131 


1,586 


4 


67 1 


3 


3,719 


1,438 


5 


19 1 


4 


3,883 


1,498 


14 


34 1 



1975 1 4,512 



2,076 



19 



974 1 13,780 


5,412 


28 


144 


4 


2 15,388 


6,328 


40 


164 


5 


3 15,536 


6,068 


24 


108 


5 


4 15,900 


6,168 


32 


192 


5 



,377 3,088 20 56,392 

,082 3,872 20 70,183 

unadjusted for seasonal variation 

,005 896 5 16,369 

,551 918 5 17,345 

,231 1,021 5 17,892 

,295 1,037 5 18,577 

317 1,087 5 19,278 

seasonally adjusted at annual rates 

,712 3,464 20 65,484 

,164 3,672 20 68,424 

,216 4,100 20 72,840 

,236 4,252 20 73,984 



22,332 
29,003 



6,463 
7,198 
7,430 
7,912 



19,779 9,288 3,118 
24,603 10,357 3,902 



6,117 
5,620 
6,346 
6,520 



2,304 
2,901 
2,528 
2,624 



903 

925 

1,02 9 

1,045 



7,141 7,661 2,720 1,094 



1,346 
1,702 



444 
519 
388 
351 



529 
616 



138 
182 
171 
125 



501 161 



26,960 


22 


860 


9,960 


3,492 


1,632 


580 


28,368 


23 


784 


10,444 


3,700 


1,492 


636 


30,212 


25 


720 


10,456 


4,132 


1,676 


644 


30,472 


26 


048 


1 0, 568 


4,284 


2,008 


604 



1975 1 17,976 7,516 



28 



92 



6,108 4,212 20 



76,872 29,728 28,552 11,772 4,240 1,912 668 













current expen 


diture 














year 
and 
quarter 




pu 


rchases of goods and services 5 




Canada 
pension 
plan 


Quebec 
pension 
pi on 




transfer pay 


ments to pe 


rsons 




total 


federol 


pro- 
vincial 


locol 


Canada 
pension 
plan 


Quebec 




total 


federal 


defence provincial local 


hospital 


plan 


CANSIM 
S.A. 


40111 

40349 


40112 
40350 


40113 40114 40115 
40351 40352 40353 


40116 
40354 


40553 
40556 


40554 
40557 


40117 
40355 


40118 
4 0356 


40119 
40357 


40120 
40358 


40121 
40359 


40122 
4 0360 



1973 


22,689 


6,078 


2 


,174 


6,008 


7,546 


3,020 


25 


12 


11,200 


7,015 


3,581 


235 


256 


113 


1974 


27,374 


7,401 


2 


,548 


7,445 


8,821 


3,664 

unadjusted for 


28 

seasonal 


15 
variation 


13,715 


8,712 


4,244 


260 


364 


135 


1974 1 


6,457 


1,905 




627 


1,809 


1,935 


799 


6 


3 


3,481 


2,312 


995 


62 


81 


31 


2 


6,317 


1,658 




574 


1,642 


2,152 


857 


6 


2 


3,374 


2,180 


1,008 


65 


88 


33 


3 


6,943 


1,861 




662 


1,887 


2,167 


1,015 


8 


5 


3,352 


2,090 


1,070 


65 


92 


35 


4 


7,657 


1,977 




685 


2,107 


2,567 


993 


8 


5 


3,508 


2, 130 


1,171 


68 


103 


36 



1975 1 7,590 2,160 



1975 1 29,628 7,928 



662 



2,536 



2,176 2,265 



1974 1 


25,100 


6,964 


2,392 


6,780 


2 


26,788 


7,272 


2,572 


7,516 


3 


28,384 


7,708 


2,644 


7,380 


4 


29,224 


7,660 


2,584 


8,104 



976 7 6 

seasonally adjusted at annual rates 
12 



8,112 3,208 24 

8,480 3,488 24 8 

9,204 4,040 32 20 

9,488 3,920 32 20 



8,220 9,512 3,916 28 



24 



4,205 2,723 1,254 



69 



15,592 9,712 4,956 



288 



118 



472 



41 



12,896 


8,272 


3,920 


256 


324 


124 


13,344 


8,420 


4,176 


264 


352 


132 


14,060 


8,992 


4,300 


260 


368 


140 


14,560 


9,164 


4,580 


260 


412 


144 



164 



s See page 25. 



24 



July, 1975 



I — Income and expenditure accounts 
Table 1.7: government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars) — continued 



SECTION 3 
TABLE 1.7 - Cont. 













current 


expenditure 














year 














current 












and 














transfers 












quarter 




subsidies 






capital assistance 


to non 




interest on 


the public debt 
































total 


federal 


provincial 


total 


federal 


provincial 


— federal 


total 


federal 


provincial 


local 


hospitals 


CANSIM 


40124 


40125 


40126 


40127 


40128 


40129 


40130 


40131 


40132 


40133 


40134 


40555 


S.A. 


40362 


40363 


4 0364 


40365 


4 0366 


40367 


40368 


4 0369 


40370 


40371 


40372 


40558 


1973 


1,101 


738 


363 


295 


227 


68 


311 


4,680 


2,518 


1,370 


756 


36 


1974 


2,578 


2,022 


556 


273 


184 


89 


400 


5,329 


2,961 


1,503 


828 


37 












unadjusted for seasonal 


variation 












1974 1 


562 


429 


133 


68 


47 


21 


106 


1,097 


613 


339 


139 


6 


2 


354 


282 


72 


78 


62 


16 


92 


1,432 


762 


389 


269 


12 


3 


750 


501 


249 


66 


40 


26 


107 


1,292 


786 


335 


163 


8 


4 


912 


810 


102 


61 


35 


26 


95 


1,508 


800 


440 


257 


11 



1975 1 999 796 203 109 65 44 141 

seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1975 1 



3,956 



1,371 



809 



404 



152 



1974 1 


2,228 


1,704 


524 


232 


148 


84 


368 


4,704 


2,588 


1,292 


788 


36 


2 


1,640 


1,068 


572 


292 


228 


64 


364 


5,296 


2,896 


1,516 


848 


36 


3 


2,780 


2,164 


616 


316 


212 


104 


392 


5,472 


3,080 


1,512 


840 


40 


4 


3,664 


3,152 


512 


252 


148 


104 


476 


5,844 


3,280 


1,692 


836 


36 



3,172 



784 



380 



204 



176 



484 



5,856 



3,412 1,540 



868 



36 

















current exp 


one 


iture 


















current transfers 


to other 


evels of government 








total current expenditure 5 






and 




Canada to 


provinces to 


local governments 


to 






















local 


local 


















Canada 


Quebec 










govern- 


govern- 












pro- 






pension 


pension 






total 


provinces 


ments 


ments 


hospitals 


provinces hospital 


s 


total 


federal 


vincial 


local 


hospital 


> plan 


plan 


CANSIM 


40135 


40136 


40137 


40138 


40139 


40140 40141 




40142 


40143 


40144 


40145 


40146 


40147 


40148 


S.A. 




40373 


40374 


40375 


40376 


40377 


40378 40379 




4 0380 


40381 


40382 


40383 


40384 


40385 


4 0386 


1973 




12,326 


4,694 


113 


4,377 


3,088 


34 20 




52,602 


21,694 


18,855 


8,591 


3,056 


281 


125 


1974 




15,151 


5,994 


152 


5,082 


3,872 


31 20 




64,820 


27,826 


22,791 


9,960 


3,701 


392 


150 
















unadjusted for seasonal variation 












1974 


1 


3,418 


1,472 


32 


1,005 


896 


8 5 




15,189 


6,916 


5,198 


2,149 


805 


87 


34 




2 


4,131 


1,586 


67 


1,551 


918 


4 5 




15,778 


6,689 


5,596 


2,495 


869 


94 


35 




3 


3,719 


1,438 


19 


1,231 


1,021 


5 5 




16,229 


6,842 


5,819 


2,405 


1,023 


100 


40 




4 


3,883 


1,498 


34 


1,295 


1,037 


14 5 




17,624 


7,379 


6,178 


2,911 


1,004 


111 


41 



1975 1 4,512 2,076 19 



1974 



1975 1 17,976 7,516 92 



1,317 



1,087 



1 


13,780 


5,412 


144 


4,712 


3,464 


2 


15,388 


6,328 


164 


5,164 


3,672 


3 


15,536 


6,068 


108 


5,216 


4,100 


4 


15,900 


6,168 


192 


5,236 


4,252 



8 5 18,927 8,789 

seasonally adjusted ot annual rates 

28 20 59,308 25,600 

40 20 63,112 26,740 

24 20 66,940 28,724 

32 20 69,920 30,240 



6,485 2,499 982 125 



47 



20,776 


9,204 


3,244 


348 


136 


22,680 


9,652 


3,524 


376 


140 


23,228 


10,348 


4,080 


400 


160 


24,480 


10,636 


3,956 


444 


164 



6,108 4,212 



28 



20 



73,872 32,520 25,996 10,716 3,952 500 



188 



Includes capital consumptions allowances as shown on page 26, col. 8. 



25 



SECTION 3 
TABLE 1.7 



1975 1 



Cone I 
Table 1.7: 



I — Income and expenditure accounts 
government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars) — concluded 



July, 1975 













surplus or 


deficit on 


3 national 


accounts basis 






year 
and 

quarter 








saving 










plus: capital consumption allowan 




total 


federal 


provincial 


local 


hospitals 


Canada 
pension 
plan 


Quebec 
pension 
plan 




ces 




total 


federal provincial locol 


hospitals 


CANSIM 
S.A. 


40149 
40387 


40150 
40388 


40151 
40389 


40152 
40390 


40153 
40391 


40154 
40392 


40155 
40393 


40099 
40337 


40100 40101 40102 
40338 40339 40340 


40103 
40341 



1973 


3,790 


638 


924 


697 


62 1,065 404 


1,693 


306 


583 


664 


140 


1974 


5,363 


1,177 


1,812 


397 


201 1,310 466 
unadjusted for seasonal variation 


1,939 


350 


664 


764 


161 


1974 1 


1,180 


-453 


919 


155 


98 357 104 


461 


83 


158 


182 


38 


2 


1,567 


509 


24 


406 


56 425 147 


477 


86 


163 


188 


40 


3 


1,663 


588 


527 


123 


6 288 131 


493 


89 


169 


194 


41 


4 


953 


533 


342 


-287 


41 240 84 


508 


92 


174 


200 


42 



1975 1 351 -1,648 1,176 221 112 376 114 

seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



3,000 



524 



95 



-2,792 



2,556 



1,056 288 



1,412 



480 



2,096 



380 



179 



716 



207 



828 



43 



1974 1 


6,176 


1,360 


2,084 


756 


248 


1,284 


444 


1,844 


332 


632 


728 


152 


2 


5,312 


1,628 


1,104 


792 


176 


1,116 


496 


1,908 


344 


652 


752 


160 


3 


5,900 


1,488 


2,492 


108 


52 


1,276 


484 


1,972 


356 


676 


776 


164 


4 


4,064 


232 


1,568 


- 68 


328 


1,564 


440 


2,032 


368 


696 


800 


168 



172 













surplus or deficit on a 


nationol accounts basis 












year 
and 
quarter 




deduct 


gross capita 


1 formation 








equals: 


surplus (+) 


or deficit 


H 


















Canada 


Quebec 
































total 


federal 


provincial 


locol 


hospitals 


total 


federal 


provincial 


local 


hospita 


s 


plan 


plan 


CANSIM 


40156 


40157 


40158 


40159 


40160 


40168 


40169 


40170 


40171 


40172 




40173 


40174 


S.A. 


4 0394 


40395 


40396 


40397 


40398 


40406 


40407 


40408 


40409 


40410 




40411 


40412 


1973 


4,290 


722 


1,637 


1,676 


255 


1,193 


222 


-130 


-315 


- 53 




1,065 


404 


1974 


5,374 


934 


2,066 


2,094 


280 


1,928 


593 


410 


-933 


82 




1,310 


466 












unadjusted for seasona 


1 variation 














1974 1 


933 


180 


397 


294 


62 


708 


-550 


680 


43 


74 




357 


104 


2 


1,221 


199 


400 


554 


68 


823 


396 


-213 


40 


28 




425 


147 


3 


1,689 


285 


636 


692 


76 


467 


392 


60 


-375 


- 29 




288 


131 


4 


1,531 


270 


633 


554 


74 


- 70 


355 


-117 


-641 


9 




240 


84 



1975 1 



1975 1 



1,213 



225 



568 



351 



69 



-338 



-1,778 



787 



77 



86 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



6,084 



976 



2,480 



2,308 



320 



-988 



-3,388 792 



-424 



140 



376 



1,412 



114 



1974 1 


4,788 


788 


1,760 


1,956 


284 


3,232 


904 


956 


-472 


116 


1,284 


444 


2 


5,180 


884 


1,928 


2,084 


284 


2,040 


1,088 


-172 


-540 


52 


1,116 


496 


3 


5,624 


992 


2,220 


2,144 


268 


2,248 


852 


948 


-1,260 


- 52 


1,276 


484 


4 


5,904 


1,072 


2,356 


2,192 


284 


192 


-472 


- 92 


-1,460 


212 


1,564 


440 



480 



For source see Tobte 1.9. 



26 



July, 1975 




























SECTION 3 










1 — Income 


and expend 


ture accounts 








TABLES 1.8 and 1.9 




Table 1.8: implicit 


price indexes' 


gross national expend 


ture 


(1971 - 100.0) based on 


seasonally 


od 


usted data 








personal expen 


diture on consumer goods and 


services 






government 




gross fixed 


capital formation 


year 
and 








government 
































quarter 




durable 


semi- 
durable 


non- 
durable 










expenditure 
on goods 








non- 
residential 


machinery 




total 


goods 


goods 


goods 




services 






and services 


total 


total 




construction 


and equipment 


CANSIM 


40626 


40627 


40628 


40629 




40630 






40631 


40632 


40633 




40634 


40635 


1973 


111.1 


103.5 


108.1 


116.1 




111.3 






115.2 


113.0 


114.9 




116.1 


107.7 


1974 


122.8 


112.6 


119.8 


130.9 




121.7 






128.8 


130.7 


132.8 




135.0 


120.8 


1974 1 


117.2 


107.5 


115.1 


124.4 




116.2 






121.5 


122.7 


124.2 




125.6 


115.3 


2 


120.8 


111.0 


118.5 


129.1 




119.3 






125.2 


128.9 


132.5 




134.9 


118.9 


3 


124.4 


113.6 


121.7 


132.4 




123.6 






132.8 


133.9 


135.4 




138.2 


121.0 


4 


128.9 


118.9 


123.7 


137.4 




127.7 






135.4 


137.6 


138.6 




140.7 


127.3 



1975 1 



131.3 



121.3 



125.0 



140.3 



130.4 



136.3 



140.1 



139.0 



140.8 



128.8 







gross 


ixed 


capital formation 




goo 


exports of 
ds and services 


goods 


deduct: 
imports of 
and services 










b 


usiness 




gross na- 




total 


residential 
construction 


non-residentia 
construction 


machinery 
and equipment 


total 


of which: 
merchandise 


total 


of which: 
merchandise 


ture in constant 
(1971) dollars 


CANSIM 


40636 


40637 




40638 


40639 


40640 


40641 


40642 


40643 


40625 


1973 
1974 

1974 1 
2 
3 
4 


112.7 
130.3 

122.4 
128.3 
133.6 
137.3 


119.4 
143.0 

133.3 
140.8 
149.1 
151.0 




113.8 
130.1 

123.3 
129.6 
132.8 
134.4 


107.3 
122.8 

114.8 
119.1 
125.3 
132.3 


117.6 
153.3 

141.2 

152.8 
156.4 
163.3 


118.3 
158.4 

145.5 
158.6 
161.4 
168.7 


112.0 
135.2 

123.2 
132.1 
138.5 
146.8 


111.0 
136.7 

122.7 
133.0 
140.2 
150.3 


113.7 
129.4 

123.0 
127.3 
132.7 
134.6 



1975 1 



140.3 



160.1 



135.5 



135.1 



166.9 



173.0 



151.5 



156.3 



136.9 



'These implicit indexes are currently weighted price indexes. They reflect not only pure price changes, but also changing expenditure patterns within and 
between major groups. Quarter-to-quarter comparisons based on the seasonally adjusted data are less subject to the problem of shifting weights than are similar 
comparisons based on dota unadjusted for seasonality, and therefore may be used as indicators of price change. For source see Table 1.9. 



Table 1.9: relation between gross national product at market prices and gross domestic product at factor cost (millions of dollars) 



year 
and 



deduct: 



add: 



deduct: 



add: 



gross investment gross investment investment 

national income investment gross national income income gross 

quarter product residual indirect received income domestic product residual indirect received paid domestic 

at market error of taxes less from non- paid to non- product at at market error of taxes less from non- to non- product at 

prices estimate subsidies residents residents factor cost prices estimate subsidies residents residents factor cost 



CANSIM 
S. A. 



40193 



40194 



40195 



40196 



40197 



40198 



40550 



40431 



40432 



40433 



40434 



40435 



1973 


120,438 


446 


-15,399 -1 


,178 


2,979 


107,286 


1974 


140,880 


218 


-17,963 -1 


,334 


3,576 


125,377 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1974 1 


31,154 


670 


- 4,490 


-276 


769 


27,827 


134,340 


32 


2 


33, 902 


116 


- 4,446 


-366 


858 


30, 064 


138,592 


- 20 


3 


39,019 


3 


- 4,595 


-344 


771 


34,854 


144,444 


284 


4 


36,805 


-571 


- 4,432 


-348 


1,178 


32,632 


146,144 


576 



1975 1 



33, 990 967 



4,198 -348 



874 



31,285 146,512 716 



-17,864 -1,160 3,232 

-18,640 -1,484 3,472 

-18,232 -1,432 3,604 

-17,116 -1,260 3,996 



-16,576 -1,456 



3,648 



118,580 
121,920 
128,668 
132,340 

132,844 



Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 



27 



SECTION 3 
TABLE 2. 1 



2 — Domestic product by industry 
Table 2.1: Real domestic product,' by industry of origin, volume indexes (1961 - 100) 2 based on the 



July, 1975 
1960 standard industrial classification 





real 

domestic 

product 


agri- 
culture 


forestry 


fishing 

and 

trapping 


mines 

(including 

milling) 

quarries 

ond 

oil wells 




manufactL 


ring 


con- 
struction 


transportation, storage 
and communication 


electric 


year and 
quarter 


total 


non- 
durable 


durable 


total 


trans- 
portation 


commu- 
nication 


and water 
utilities 














1961 


industry 


weights 














1 00. 000 


4.525 


1.231 


0.259 


4.564 


24. 943 


13.933 


11.010 


5.803 


9.910 


6.873 


2.738 


2.908 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


5920 
6006 


5921 
6007 


5923 

6009 


5924 
6010 


5925 
6011 


5929 
6015 


5930 
6016 


5943 
6029 


5952 
6038 


5956 
6042 


5957 
6043 


5965 
6051 


5953 
6039 



1973 


197.2 


142.3 


158.0 


102.6 


210.5 


211.8 


184.2 


246.7 


178.0 


216.7 


222.9 


211.3 


247.2 


1974 


204.4 


132.3 


158.0 


86.6 


207.0 


217.4 


188.6 


254.0 


177.8 


232.6 


237.1 


234.0 


265.5 



1973 4 



1975 1 



1973 4 



1975 1 



1973 4 



1974 



1975 



1973 4 



1975 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



201.3 



56.1 



183.6 



91.9 



219.7 



218.4 



190.6 



253.6 



186.2 



224.9 



229.7 



223.5 263.3 



1974 1 


196.6 


58.5 


158.0 


44.0 


207.6 


219.1 


187.6 


258.9 


155.4 


220.6 


224.3 


223.6 


308.2 


2 


207.3 


129.1 


132. 1 


71.0 


211.5 


225.0 


194.3 


264.0 


175.1 


235.8 


242.4 


231.5 


250.7 


3 


210.0 


289.2 


161.7 


162.7 


199.4 


210.3 


187.1 


239.6 


202.4 


238.8 


245.4 


235.9 


225.5 


4 


203.8 


52.4 


180.5 


69.3 


209.4 


215.2 


185.1 


253.2 


178.3 


235.3 


236.3 


245.2 


278.2 



1 92 . 8 r 



2 00.9 



55.4 



140.6 



140.8 



164.8 



40.1 r 193. 9r 



203. 2r 177. 6r 235.5r 

adjusted for seasonal variation 



140.1 r 223.4, 219. 3r 248. Or 317. 3, 



115.5 



216.2 



215.5 



188.0 



250.3 



180.5 



224.3 



230.4 



219.8 255.7 



1974 1 


205.0 


137.7 


164.4 


94.4 


208.4 


2 


205.3 


134.3 


160.2 


84.4 


211.7 


3 


204.8 


129.4 


149.5 


87.4 


203.8 


4 


203.1 


129.3 


159.9 


76.4 


205.0 



222.4 193.3 259.3 
219.0 191.4 253.9 
216.6 188.0 252.8 

212.5 182.7 250.3 



184.3 


229.8 


236.5 


224.0 


263.4 


180.5 


231.4 


235.9 


232.2 


264.2 


176.2 


234.8 


239.3 


237.8 


267.6 


172.2 


233.8 


235.8 


242.0 


269.6 



201.7 



146.2 r 146.9 



73.3 



195.8r 



206. 4r 183.3 



235. 6r 166. 5r 231. 4, 229. 7, 248. 3 r 270. 6 r 







trade 




finance 
insurance 
— and 

real estate 


community 

business 

and 

personal 

service 

industries 






special ind 


ustry groupin 


gs 




year and 
quarter 


public 

odminis- goods- 
tration and producing 
defence industries 


service- 
producing 
industries 


commercial 
industries 


commercial 
industries 
less 
agriculture 


non- 

commercia 
industries 


index of 

industrial 

production 


total 


wholesale 


retail 














1961 industry weights 














12.973 


4.906 


8.067 


11.831 


13.821 


7.232 44.233 


55.767 


85.478 


80.953 


14.522 


32.415 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


5966 
6052 


5967 
6053 


5976 
6062 


5989 
6075 


5990 
6076 


5998 5999 
6084 6085 


6001 
6087 


6002 
6088 


6003 
6089 


6004 
6090 


6005 
6091 


1973 
1974 


192.5 

201.3 


206.0 
219.8 


184.3 
190.1 


197.4 
208.0 


202.7 
213.2 


148.9 200.3 
156.6 203.2 


194.7 

205.4 


201.1 
208.4 


204.4 
212.6 


174.5 

181.4 


214.8 

220.3 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



211.2 



212.8 



210.3 



202.2 



2 08.4 



149.7 



199.0 



203.1 



205.1 



213.4 



178.6 



222.6 



1 


183.7 


207.9 


169.0 


202.2 


211.7 


150.8 


196.3 


196.9 


199.3 


207.2 


180.7 


225.5 


2 


211.1 


235.4 


196.2 


207.0 


215.8 


157.0 


205.5 


208.8 


211.3 


215.9 


183.9 


225.4 


3 


197.6 


218.9 


184.6 


211.4 


207.7 


161.5 


215.6 


205.7 


216.0 


211.9 


175.0 


210.1 


4 


212.9 


217.1 


210.4 


211.2 


217.6 


157.1 


195.4 


210.4 


206.9 


215.5 


185.7 


220.0 



177. Or 



192.6 



197.6 



205.2 



164. 5r 



184.9 



210.7 



202.5 



217. 7, 158. 9 r 183.6 , 200.1 r 

adjusted for seasonal variation 



206.5 



151.8 



203.9 



198.5 



1 93 . 7 r 



205.0 



201.4 r 



208.6 



187. 7r 212.1 r 



176.6 



219.2 



974 1 


201.5 


221.9 


189.1 


204.1 


210.6 


152.9 


207.6 


203.0 


209.6 


213.6 


178.2 


224.1 


2 


204.5 


224.9 


192.1 


207.3 


212.2 


156.2 


205.1 


205.5 


209.5 


213.7 


180.8 


222.0 


3 


204.5 


222.2 


193.7 


208.9 


214.1 


158.2 


201.8 


207.2 


208.5 


213.0 


182.7 


219.4 


4 


195.1 


210.5 


185.7 


211.3 


216.0 


159.3 


199.4 


205.9 


206.4 


210.7 


183.6 


216.6 



196.1 r 



210.3 



187.5r 



212. 6r 



216. 8r 



160. 6r 



195. 7r 206.4 



204. 5 r 



207.8 



184. 9r 210. 7r 



'The average of the monthly series may not equal the annual level due to rounding. 

Sources: Indexes of Real Domestic Products by Industry (Including the Index of Industrial Production) (61-005) ond Indexes of Real Domestic Product by 
Industry, 1961 - 100, Occasional (61-510), Statistics Canada. 



28 



July, 1975 



SECTION 3- 
TABLE 2.2 



2 — Domestic product by industry 
Table 2.2: Real domestic product,' by industry of origin, volume indexes (1961 " 100) based on the 1960 standard industrial classification 





real 

domestic 

product 


index 
of indus- 
trial pro- 
duction 2 


agri- 
culture 


forestry 


fishing 

and 

trapping 


con- 
struction 


transportation, stora 
and communication 


ge 






trade 








total 


wholesale trade 


retail 
trade 






total 


whole- 
sale 
mer- 
chants 


finance, 


year 

and 
month 


trans- 
total portation storage 


commu- 
nication 


and real 
estate 
















1 961 industry weights 
















1 00. 000 


32.415 


4.525 


1.231 


0.259 


5.803 


9.910 6.873 0.299 


2.738 


12.973 


4.906 


3.491 


8.067 


11.831 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


100000 
100051 


100050 
100101 


100001 
100052 


1 00003 
1 00054 


100004 
1 00055 


100009 
100060 


100011 100012 100018 
100062 100063 100069 


100020 
100071 


100021 
100072 


100022 
100073 


1 00023 
1 00074 


100024 
100075 


1 00035 
1 00086 



197.2 
204.4 



214.9 
220.3 



142.3 
132.3 



158.0 
158.0 



102.6 
86.6 



178.0 
177.8 



216.7 
232.5 



222.9 
237.1 



123.9 
116.0 



193.9 
234.0 



192.5 
201.3 



206.0 
219.9 



219.4 
236.5 



184.2 
190.1 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



197.4 
208.8 



1973 A 


197.2 


217.7 


165.4 


115.7 


45.9 


159.8 


218.5 


227.6 


125.4 


205.6 


194.7 


213.3 


230.6 


183.3 


193.1 


M 


198.5 


215.5 


152.4 


129.3 


84.4 


171.6 


220.1 


229.3 


126.1 


207.1 


200.9 


221.5 


242.3 


188.3 


194.5 


J 


197.8 


222.5 


17.6 


144.3 


139.6 


193.0 


225.2 


235.8 


129.8 


209.0 


201.5 


217.9 


237.2 


191.5 


197.3 


J 


188.1 


199.0 


45.4 


157.8 


230.4 


201.0 


219.8 


227.8 


135.7 


209. 1 


186.7 


201.6 


217.7 


177.7 


200.3 


A 


183.9 


198.0 


21.0 


165.8 


187.0 


207.5 


198.5 


196.9 


111.4 


212.2 


178.6 


194.1 


2 07.7 


169.2 


201.5 


S 


240.2 


217.9 1 


,000.3 


169.0 


121.2 


207.8 


223.2 


231.3 


124.0 


213.6 


189.5 


202.4 


218.6 


181.7 


201.5 





201.2 


223.5 


46.3 


190.2 


127.9 


206.8 


229.0 


236.7 


140.1 


219.6 


198.4 


216.5 


232.2 


187.4 


202.6 


N 


204.6 


228.7 


72.6 


191.1 


61.4 


188.7 


227.2 


232.3 


129.9 


225.2 


213.2 


219.6 


232. 1 


209.3 


202.4 


D 


197.6 


215.6 


49.5 


169.6 


86.5 


163.1 


218.6 


220.1 


119.2 


225.6 


222.1 


202.4 


207.3 


234.1 


201.7 


1974 J 


190.8 


218.3 


58.0 


133.3 


43.8 


151.2 


214.7 


217.0 


105.6 


220.9 


171.0 


185.4 


188.8 


162.2 


200.4 


F 


198.4 


228.6 


65.1 


168.5 


41.6 


157.3 


218.4 


221.1 


104.6 


224.2 


187. 1 


215.9 


224.6 


169.6 


202.1 


M 


200.5 


229.4 


52.5 


172.3 


46.7 


157.7 


228.6 


234.9 


109.9 


225.6 


193.0 


222.5 


236.7 


175.1 


204.1 


A 


205.2 


225.9 


180.1 


121.1 


32.6 


164.6 


226.4 


230.7 


114.5 


227.8 


197.0 


214.3 


230.5 


186.4 


204.3 


M 


209.2 


222.4 


171.2 


128.3 


75.1 


172.7 


239.2 


246.4 


121.3 


233.8 


218.2 


246.8 


271.7 


200.8 


207.2 


J 


207.5 


228.0 


36.0 


146.9 


105.3 


187.9 


241.8 


250.1 


132.5 


232.9 


218.1 


245.2 


271.4 


201.6 


209.5 


J 


196.0 


201.8 


47.9 


139.1 


219.3 


199.9 


241.2 


247.7 


151.0 


234.8 


198.6 


219.8 


240.8 


185.8 


211.1 


A 


195.8 


206.6 


32.0 


158.7 


172.4 


203.4 


239.3 


247.1 


96.3 


235.3 


191.2 


209.7 


229.3 


179.9 


211.5 


S 


238.3 


221.8 


787.6 


187.2 


96.4 


203.9 


235.8 


241.3 


93.5 


237.5 


202.8 


227.3 


251.5 


188.0 


211.7 





206.0 


225.0 


46.2 


184.5 


75.6 


199.1 


239.7 


243.9 


126.0 


241.6 


208.4 


233.7 


255.7 


193.1 


211.1 


N 


206.0 


225.2 


61.0 


191.6 


50.4 


183.0 


235.4 


236.3 


120.3 


245.6 


209.5 


219.4 


233.8 


203.5 


211.5 


D 


199.3 


210.8 


50.1 


165.4 


81.9 


152.9 


230.7 


228.5 


116.2 


248.5 


220.8 


198.1 


203.7 


234.6 


210.9 


1975 J 


188.1 r 


205. 7r 


59. 2 r 


127.0 


39.0 


139.1 r 


220.2 


215.8 


102.5 


244. 2 r 


162. 8r 


176.3 


180.6r 


154. 5 r 


209.7 


F 


195. 7r 


216.1 r 


59. 6r 


154.1 


37. 2r 


141. 9r 


225.7 


221. 6r 


85. 7 r 


251. 3r 


183. 8r 


207.7 


214.7 


169. 2, 


210.2 


M 


194. 7 r 


214. 5r 


47. 5 r 


141.2 


44. Or 


139. 2r 


224.1 r 


220. 5r 


85. Or 


248. 4 r 


184. 6r 


208.8 


222.1 


169. 9r 


212.3 


A 


203.5 


212.5 


206.2 


112.9 


32.7 


145.5 


232.0 


228.9 


119.4 


252.0 


197.0 


213.2 


229.3 


187.1 


212.4 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 A 


196.9 


214.5 


142.1 


162.1 


100.8 


177.9 


219.6 


228.3 


140.5 


2 06.4 


192.8 


208.7 


223.8 


183.1 


195.2 


M 


196.5 


213.9 


143.7 


159.9 


82.1 


179.3 


216.9 


224.5 


124.2 


207.9 


192.5 


209.6 


224.2 


182.0 


195.2 


J 


196.9 


216.7 


130.5 


142.9 


96.2 


179.7 


217.5 


224.9 


116.5 


209.9 


192.2 


207.3 


218.3 


183.1 


195.7 


J 


198.0 


216.6 


135.7 


155.9 


100.1 


180.1 


219.0 


226.4 


115.0 


211.7 


195.0 


209.4 


221.2 


186.2 


197. 1 


A 


193.4 


210.5 


143.4 


151.3 


100.6 


178.8 


192.8 


188.3 


114.4 


212.7 


190.3 


199.0 


209.1 


185.0 


199.1 


S 


196.5 


214.0 


141.2 


155.1 


104.1 


177.2 


217.6 


223.1 


116.7 


214.9 


186.6 


195.3 


207.1 


181.4 


199.8 


O 


199.6 


217.9 


135.0 


162.9 


108.0 


180.7 


224.6 


231.7 


126.0 


217.4 


190.4 


200.8 


211.5 


184.1 


2 01.6 


N 


201.0 


219.8 


138.8 


162.5 


110.0 


179.3 


224.4 


230.4 


122.2 


220.3 


193.8 


207.2 


219.9 


185.6 


202.4 


D 


201.8 


219.9 


148.1 


169.0 


128.6 


181.4 


223.9 


229. 1 


123.6 


221.7 


193.7 


207.7 


222.4 


185. 1 


203.5 


1974 J 


203.2 


222.3 


132.8 


161.8 


109.5 


183.4 


228.0 


234.7 


121.8 


223.0 


197.5 


215.3 


229.6 


186.7 


203.3 


F 


205.6 


224.6 


140.0 


160.2 


89.2 


184.3 


229.7 


236.5 


124.8 


223.8 


204.3 


226.2 


243.5 


191.0 


204.1 


M 


206.3 


225.4 


140.2 


171.3 


84.5 


185.2 


231.6 


238.2 


138.2 


225.3 


202.6 


224.1 


241.3 


189.6 


204.8 


A 


204.7 


222.8 


138.3 


172.9 


89.5 


185.0 


226.4 


230.2 


128.1 


227.6 


198.8 


215.0 


229.3 


189.0 


206.2 


M 


206.0 


221.3 


135.3 


167.8 


82.3 


181.9 


234.8 


240.1 


119.0 


234.1 


206.8 


229.3 


246.4 


193.1 


207.8 


J 


205.2 


222.0 


129.4 


139.8 


81.4 


174.6 


233.1 


237.4 


118.3 


234.9 


207.8 


230.4 


247.2 


194.1 


207.9 


J 


205.6 


219.9 


129.6 


137.9 


90.2 


178.3 


238.2 


243.5 


123.0 


237.5 


208.1 


230.0 


248.1 


194.7 


208.0 


A 


204.7 


219.6 


128.5 


144.6 


83.4 


175.9 


235.5 


240.6 


101.5 


237.4 


203.7 


216.3 


233.2 


196.1 


208.7 


S 


204.1 


218.6 


130.0 


165.9 


88.7 


174.3 


230.6 


233.8 


88.0 


238.3 


201.6 


220.3 


239.4 


190.2 


209.9 


O 


204.0 


218.6 


128.5 


157.6 


70.3 


174.0 


233.3 


236.0 


108.6 


239.9 


199.1 


215.4 


232.8 


189.2 


210.0 


N 


202.4 


216.3 


128.4 


157.4 


70.1 


172.4 


232.8 


234.6 


107.6 


242.0 


192.4 


209.5 


224.7 


182.0 


211.3 


D 


202.8 


214.8 


131.1 


164.8 


88.6 


170.2 


235.2 


236.7 


117.7 


244.2 


193.7 


206.6 


222.6 


185.9 


212.6 


1975 J 


201. 3r 


209.6 r 


147. 8r 


154.2 


70.2 


167.6 


233. Or 


232.1 r 


125.4 


246. 8 r 


194. Or 


206.2 


221. 6r 


186.6r 


212. 4r 


F 


202.8 


211.7 


146. 9, 


146.2 


75.6 r 


166. 6r 


235. 5 r 


235. 5r 


113.2 r 


249. Or 


198. 7r 


213. 8r 


230.9 


189. 5r 


212. 7r 


M 


200. 9 r 


210. 7r 


143. 8r 


140.3 


74.1 r 


165. 5r 


225. 6 r 


221. 4r 


105.2 


249.1 r 


195. 7 r 


211.0 


226. 8 r 


186. 3, 


212. 8r 


A 


201.4 


209.2 


148.1 


150.1 


76.5 


164.6 


232.2 


228.6 


133.9 


251.9 


194.7 


209.1 


223.2 


186.0 


213.7 



'See footnote on page 28. 2 For detail breakdown see Table 2.3 of this sectic 



For source see Table 2. 3. 



29 



SECTION 3 

TABLE 2. 2 - Concl. 

Toble 2.2: Real domestic pre 


duct, by 


ndustry of 


origin, vo 


2 — Domestic prodi 
lume indexes (1961' 


ct by indus 
100) based 


try 

on the 1960 stand 


ard industrial classification 


July, 1975 
— concluded 






community bu 


siness and 


personal service industries 


public 
admi- 
nistra- 
tion and 
defence 






special 


industry groupings 








real 

domestic 
product 
less agri- 
culture 


goods 
pro- 
ducing 
indus- 
tries 


goods 
pro- 
ducing 
indus- 
tries 
less agr 
culture 


service 
pro- 
ducing 
-indus- 
tries 


commer- 
cial in- 
dustries 


com- 
mercial 
indus- 
tries 
less 
agri- 
culture 


non-com- 
mercial 
industries 


year 

and 
month 


total 


education 
and 

related 
services 


health 
and 

welfare 
services 


motion 
picture 
and re- 
creational 
services 


services 
to 

business 
mana- 
gement 


personal 
services 
















1961 industry weights 
















13.821 


3.450 


3.476 


0.400 


1.616 


3.766 


7.232 


95.475 


44. 233 


39.708 


55.767 


85.478 


80. 953 


14.522 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


1 00036 
100087 


100037 
100088 


100038 
100089 


100039 
100090 


100040 
100091 


100041 
1 00092 


10004 3 
1 00094 


100002 
1 00053 


100044 
1 00095 


100045 
100096 


1 00046 
100097 


100047 
1 00098 


100048 
100099 


100049 
1 001 00 


1973 
1974 


202.7 
213.2 


241.6 
250.2 


197.5 
208.2 


207.6 
221.2 


227.8 
247.4 


154.1 

160.9 


148.9 
156.6 


199.7 
207.8 


200.3 
203.2 


206.9 
211.2 


194.7 
205.4 


201.0 
208.3 


204.3 
212.6 


174.5 
181.3 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 A 


202.3 


256.0 


194.7 


193.9 


219.4 


147.7 


146.7 


198.7 


200.9 


204.9 


194.2 


2 00.7 


202.7 


176.2 


M 


204.3 


252.2 


196.3 


213.5 


223.9 


152.3 


149.6 


200.6 


2 00.1 


205.5 


197.2 


202.0 


204.8 


177.3 


J 


207.7 


248.2 


198.2 


240.3 


227.5 


161.8 


152.7 


206.3 


195.0 


215.3 


200.0 


201.1 


211.4 


178.5 


J 


192.2 


181.6 


200.0 


250.9 


228.3 


163.2 


153.6 


194.9 


182.6 


198.2 


192.5 


192.3 


200.5 


163.5 


A 


191.2 


172.3 


199.9 


246.6 


232.8 


165.1 


154.2 


191.7 


180.1 


198.3 


187.0 


187.8 


197.1 


161.4 


S 


206.5 


242.9 


199.4 


209.4 


233.1 


162.2 


150.0 


204.2 


294.5 


214.1 


197.1 


251.2 


209.3 


175.6 


O 


208.2 


254.1 


199.6 


202.6 


234.9 


157.0 


150.1 


208.5 


201.5 


219.2 


200.9 


205.1 


213.9 


178.2 


N 


209.2 


259.6 


200.1 


195.4 


236.6 


154.7 


149.4 


210.9 


205.2 


220.3 


204.2 


2 09.0 


216.6 


179.0 


D 


207.8 


258.0 


200.5 


184.6 


240.3 


150.7 


149.5 


204.6 


189.3 


205.3 


204.2 


2 00.8 


209.3 


178.7 


1974 J 


209.7 


260.7 


201.0 


192.0 


246.7 


149.8 


149.1 


197.1 


189.7 


204.7 


191.7 


192.8 


200.4 


179.2 


F 


212.0 


264.1 


201.9 


198.9 


244.4 


154.8 


150.6 


204.7 


199.8 


215.1 


197.3 


201.4 


209.0 


180.7 


M 


213.5 


265.5 


202.9 


200.3 


246.7 


156.2 


152.8 


207.6 


199.3 


216.0 


201.6 


2 03.6 


212.1 


182.3 


A 


213.4 


264.9 


203.8 


209.8 


245.2 


154.9 


152.9 


206.4 


209.1 


212.5 


202.1 


209.1 


210.8 


182.2 


M 


214.8 


258.6 


205.7 


240.8 


244.7 


159.8 


157.0 


211.0 


207.1 


211.2 


210.8 


213.6 


215.9 


183.3 


J 


219.3 


257.8 


210.0 


251.0 


249.3 


169.0 


161.1 


215.6 


200.1 


218.8 


213.4 


211.1 


220.9 


186.2 


J 


202.9 


191.2 


210.5 


261.7 


247.9 


169.5 


163.9 


203.0 


184.2 


199.7 


205.4 


200.1 


208.7 


171.7 


A 


201.8 


182.9 


210.7 


247.0 


250.1 


172.5 


163.0 


203.6 


186.8 


204.4 


203.0 


200.4 


209.8 


169.2 


S 


218.5 


257.7 


209.9 


222.7 


250.8 


169.0 


157.8 


212.2 


275.7 


217.3 


208.6 


247.5 


217.3 


184.0 


O 


218.7 


264.6 


210.9 


220.8 


250.7 


162.1 


156.4 


213.6 


200.6 


218.2 


210.3 


209.6 


218.8 


184.9 


N 


218.4 


268.9 


211.3 


210.1 


249.1 


158.7 


157.6 


212.8 


200.9 


216.8 


210.0 


209.3 


217.6 


186.5 


D 


215.7 


266.1 


212.3 


198.8 


243.1 


154.9 


157.4 


206.4 


184.7 


200. 1 


211.0 


201.7 


210.1 


185.7 


1975 J 


215. 7r 


268.1 


213.4 


203. 5 r 


243.2 r 


152.2 


158. 1 r 


194.2 r 


178. 8 r 


192. 5r 


195.4r 


188.3r 


195.6r 


186. 6r 


F 


218. 2r 


271.2 


214.0 


207.6 r 


245. 9 r 


155. 8r 


158. 9 r 


202.1 r 


187.6r 


202.1 r 


202.1 r 


197. Or 


204. 7r 


187.8r 


M 


219. 3r 


273.6 


214.7 


206. 8 r 


247.3 r 


156. 7r 


159.6r 


201. 7r 


184.5r 


200. 1 , 


202. 8 r 


195.8r 


204.0 


188. 8, 


A 


218.8 


270.3 


215.5 


215.4 


245.8 


156.8 


158.5 


203.4 


199.3 


198.5 


206.9 


206.2 


206.2 


187.5 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 A 


200.6 


241.7 


196.1 


205.4 


219.7 


152.0 


149.1 


199.5 


200.2 


206.8 


194.3 


200.7 


204.0 


174.5 


M 


201.2 


240.4 


196.6 


205.1 


223.9 


152.6 


148.6 


199.0 


199.9 


206.3 


193.9 


200.3 


203.5 


174.1 


J 


201.9 


239.7 


197. 1 


209.8 


224.6 


154.3 


148.7 


200.1 


200.3 


208.2 


194.2 


200.8 


204.7 


174. 1 


J 


202.1 


239.7 


197.6 


213.2 


225.6 


154.3 


148.6 


200. 9 


2 01.2 


208.6 


195.4 


202.1 


205.8 


173.9 


A 


202.9 


240.4 


198.6 


213.1 


227.9 


155.0 


149.8 


195.8 


197.1 


203.3 


190.5 


196.6 


199.6 


174.7 


S 


203.1 


238.8 


199. 1 


206.3 


229.3 


155.6 


149.6 


199.1 


199.3 


206.0 


194.2 


2 00.3 


203.6 


174.2 


O 


205.5 


243.6 


199.8 


207.0 


234.2 


156.2 


151.3 


202.7 


202.2 


209.9 


197.5 


203.6 


207.4 


176.2 


N 


206.7 


244.3 


200.4 


207.5 


237.5 


157.1 


151.9 


203.9 


203.7 


211.1 


198.8 


205.1 


208.8 


176.8 


D 


207.4 


243.9 


201.0 


208.6 


240.0 


157.7 


152.0 


204.3 


205.2 


211.7 


199.1 


206.1 


209.3 


176.7 


1974 J 


209.6 


245.7 


201.2 


213.1 


246.7 


159.7 


151.5 


206.5 


205.7 


214.0 


201.2 


207.6 


211.8 


177.0 


F 


210.8 


247.8 


203.0 


216.7 


245.7 


160.8 


152.7 


208.7 


2 08.1 


215.8 


203.7 


210.3 


214.2 


178.3 


M 


211.4 


247.4 


204.2 


223.7 


247.9 


160.1 


154.4 


209.5 


209.1 


216.9 


204.1 


210.9 


214.9 


179.3 


A 


212.0 


249.4 


205.2 


224.4 


246.7 


160.5 


155.1 


207.9 


207.0 


214.9 


202.9 


208.9 


212.8 


180.2 


M 


212.2 


248.7 


206.1 


226.1 


244.7 


160.8 


156.5 


209.4 


205.1 


213.0 


206.8 


210.3 


214.5 


180.7 


J 


212.5 


249.0 


208.3 


218.8 


244.4 


160.5 


157.1 


2 08.8 


203.2 


211.6 


206.9 


209.3 


213.7 


181.5 


J 


213.4 


252.6 


208.4 


222.2 


244.9 


160.1 


157.8 


209.2 


202.2 


210.5 


208.2 


2 09.5 


213.9 


182.5 


A 


213.9 


252.3 


208.7 


218.5 


244.7 


161.6 


158.6 


208.3 


201.7 


210.0 


207.1 


208.4 


212.9 


182.8 


S 


214.9 


253.4 


209.6 


219.6 


246.6 


162.2 


158.3 


207.6 


201.5 


209.7 


206.2 


207.7 


212.1 


182.9 


O 


215.8 


253.7 


211. 1 


220.8 


248.2 


162.7 


158.4 


207.5 


201.0 


209.2 


206.4 


207.5 


211.9 


183.3 


N 


216.0 


252.9 


211.7 


223.3 


250.1 


162.1 


159.2 


205.9 


199.1 


207.1 


205.1 


205.6 


209.9 


183.7 


D 


216.2 


251.8 


212.9 


224.6 


250.6 


162.2 


160.1 


206.2 


198.3 


205.9 


206.3 


206.0 


210.1 


183.9 


1975 J 


216. 3r 


252.7 


213.6 


225. 9 r 


248. 7 r 


162.1 


160. 5 r 


203.9 


195.4r 


200. 8 r 


206.0 


204. 2 r 


207. 4r 


184.4 r 


F 


216. 7r 


253.5 


215.1 


226.2 r 


247.1 r 


162.1 r 


160.5r 


205. 4r 


196.5r 


202.2 r 


207.7 


2 05. 8 r 


209.1 r 


184. 8, 


M 


217. 3r 


255.0 


216.1 


227. 3 r 


248. 5 r 


162.1 r 


160.6r 


203. 6r 


195.2, 


201.0, 


205.4 r 


2 03. 5 r 


206. 9 r 


185. 4r 


A 


217.4 


255.2 


216.8 


228.4 


246.0 


162.4 


161.7 


203.9 


194.7 


200.0 


206.7 


204.0 


207.1 


186.0 



30 



July, 1975 SECTION 3 

2 — Domestic product by industry TABLE 2.3 

Table 2.3: industrial production, ' volume indexes (1 961 - 100) , based on the 1 960 standard industrial classification 





index of 
industrio 
pro- 
duction 






mines (inc 


uding mill 


ng), quarries and oi 


wells 










manufacturing 






total 




mete 


1 mines 






mineral fuels 


non 
exct 


metals 
pt coal 






total 




nor 


-durables 




and 
month 


total 


placer 

gold 

mines 

& gold 

quartz 

mines 


iron 


misc. 
metal 
mines, 
n.e.s. 


total 


coal 


crude 
petro- 
leum 
and 
natura 
gas 




total 


foods and beverages 




total 


meat 
prod- 
ucts 






total 


as- 
bestos 


dairy 
products 


















1961 indu: 


try wei 


qhts 
















32.415 


4.564 


2.484 


.317 


.296 


1.871 


1.281 


.196 


1.085 


.377 


.281 


24.943 


13.933 


3.605 


.540 


.527 


CANSIM 
S.A. 


5760 
5839 


5761 

5840 


5762 
5841 


5763 
5842 


5764 
5843 


5765 

5844 


5766 
5845 


5767 
5846 


5768 
5847 


5769 
5848 


5770 
584 9 


5771 
5850 


5772 
5851 


5773 
5852 


5774 
5853 


5775 
5854 



1973 274.8 210.5 158.4 44.9 362.5 145.3 331.8 219.5 352.2 233.7 157.3 277.8 784.2 168.8 162.9 147.6 

1974 220.2 207.0 155.5 38.9 360.0 142.9 317.4 221.4 334.7 257.3 153.7 277.4 788.6 168.0 166.0 138.8 

unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1973 A 277.7 272.6 160.2 49.3 355.1 148.1 334.2 233.7 352.4 247.0 164.6 275.3 785.4 159.3 159.7 136.5 
M 275.5 272.6 167.6 47.9 371.1 155.6 314.7 213.0 333.1 249.8 163.0 274.5 786.2 167.4 160.6 150.6 
J 222.5 272.6 166.2 46.7 390.7 150.9 317.1 235.5 331.8 241.4 168.3 224.6 794.5 181.4 158.3 175.9 
J 799.0 202.6 155.6 38.4 419.4 133.7 320.3 181.1 345.4 187.1 135.8 797.0 776.5 172.2 158.7 160.2 
A 797.9 797.8 141.4 40.7 414.4 115.3 322.1 173.5 348.9 209.7 155.3 796.3 779.8 191.6 158.6 154.3 
S 277.7 277.4 160.0 44.5 400.4 141.6 320.7 209.4 340.8 253.2 160.9 278.6 788.7 189.8 155.1 153.0 
223.2 220.2 167.8 45.4 406.6 150.8 335.4 217.9 356.6 257.0 162.9 222.7 790.9 182.2 177.5 133.7 
N 228.4 223.7 167.6 42.6 417.0 149.4 344.6 235.6 364.3 274.7 174.5 224.5 794.4 178.7 185.8 119.4 
D 275.7 275.9 162.5 43.3 364.0 150.8 346.3 237.7 365.9 240.1 135.8 206.5 783.9 157.7 156.8 117.3 

1974 J 278.3 798.3 139.6 41.0 257.5 137.7 334.1 169.4 363.8 226.5 124.9 277.0 779.7 145.5 162.5 109.6 
F 228.6 270.8 152.4 41.0 277.6 151.5 334.4 217.8 355.5 285.7 184.4 227.7 790.5 153.2 164.6 120.6 
M 229.4 273.8 153.3 41.5 293.6 150.0 348.3 234.0 368.9 262.9 162.0 224.6 7 93.7 158.3 167.6 124.4 
A 225.9 272.7 156.9 41.6 305.0 153.0 331.9 224.2 351.3 269.6 148.5 223.4 792.7 162.8 175.7 134.3 
M 222.4 210.4 163.7 37.3 374.4 151.8 309.1 204.1 328.1 265.1 147.7 227.3 789.7 170.9 166.6 148.0 
J 228.0 277.9 164.0 39.0 443.6 141.0 305.3 198.8 324.5 288.1 169.4 230.4 200.4 186.4 157.3 177.8 
J 207.8 798.3 152.5 33.5 414.8 131.1 300.2 177.8 322.3 218.6 137.3 200.2 778.7 172.7 152.6 162.6 
A 206.6 793.9 141.3 31.0 370.4 123.7 301.6 184.4 322.8 228.3 152.6 207.0 788.2 184.5 167.0 157.9 
S 227.8 205.8 155.2 39.2 413.7 133.9 307.2 258.8 316.0 264.0 168.6 223.6 794.3 187.7 171.7 156.7 
224.7 270.3 162.9 41.3 385.6 148.3 310.6 265.8 318.7 258.0 155.1 223.0 790.8 171.6 174.7 131.6 
N 225.2 206.2 159.4 39.7 414.2 139.3 302.2 261.1 309.6 268.3 160.0 222.2 188.3 171.2 185.1 119.9 
D 270.8 277.7 165.3 40.9 369.2 154.1 323.8 260.7 335.2 252.5 133.4 200.2 776.3 150.7 146.2 121.9 

1975 J 205. 7r 797.6 137.9 35.9 290.8 131.0 314.2 255.2 324.9 227.7 115.7 794.9r 777. 5r 145.8 162.6 107.4 
F 276. 7r 202.0 158.7 43.5 330.3 151.1 306.2 291.4 308.9 238.7 115.6 205.6 780.2rl53.8r 165. Or 117.7 
M 274. 5r 788.3rl41.3r 39. 7r 341.1 127.0 291.9, 272. 6r 295. 4 r 234.0 104.8 209. r 787. 7 r 157.6 r 169. 7r 121.5, 
A 272.5 790.0 152.5 42.1 331.5 142.9 281.6 285.3 280.9 208.3 73.8 208.7 780.5 158.9 169.2 137.3 

adjusted for seasonal variation 



A 


274.5 


276.0 


159.8 


47.8 


377.8 


144.3 


348.6 


218.3 


372.1 


233.2 


161.3 


277. 7 


784.6 


165.6 


156.8 


135.9 


M 


273.9 


272.3 


159.2 


46.5 


336.4 


150.3 


335.7 


213.4 


357.8 


237.1 


156.2 


270.6 


785.3 


167.5 


162.4 


135.2 


J 


276.7 


213.0 


158.9 


44.5 


356.1 


147.0 


340.0 


248.1 


356.6 


233.5 


160.6 


273.5 


787.2 


166.3 


162.7 


133.6 


J 


276.6 


207.9 


153.2 


42.0 


376.4 


136.7 


330.9 


218.8 


351.1 


240.6 


153.1 


273.5 


186.2 


167.4 


162.2 


133.9 


A 


270.4 


204. 1 


147.8 


42.9 


367.5 


130.8 


336.5 


224.4 


356.8 


211.4 


152.9 


206.5 


778.7 


170.1 


159.4 


135.1 


S 


273.9 


277.8 


159.2 


45.3 


368.2 


145.5 


330.7 


2 09.2 


352.7 


248.5 


154.7 


209.6 


780.9 


167.7 


147.8 


134.6 





277.7 


275.5 


164.3 


44.4 


363.7 


153.1 


334.4 


213.5 


356.2 


245.7 


152.1 


214.0 


784. 7 


172.8 


164.9 


139.3 


N 


279.4 


277.5 


167.1 


43.5 


432.4 


146.1 


336.2 


221.0 


357.0 


247.7 


159.5 


275. J 


788.3 


172.4 


167.8 


140.4 


D 


279.4 


275.7 


167.2 


44.1 


402.3 


150.8 


326.7 


229.9 


344.2 


256.1 


157.4 


275.9 


789.0 


174.5 


172.2 


145.6 


J 


222.3 


203.6 


154.1 


40.0 


314.0 


148.2 


308.8 


159.0 


335.9 


250.1 


142.1 


221.3 


797.4 


172.1 


166.7 


146.2 


F 


224.6 


270.0 


156.9 


39.2 


329.3 


149.5 


316.4 


204.2 


336.7 


280.0 


184.6 


222.8 


793.9 


173.7 


171.7 


147.6 


M 


225.4 


277.6 


155.0 


41.8 


330.7 


146.4 


334.3 


207.8 


357.2 


252.7 


158.9 


223.7 


194.4 


173.7 


173.5 


142.8 


A 


222.8 


272.9 


155.2 


40.7 


324.1 


147.9 


340.0 


2 08.9 


363.7 


251.8 


145.3 


220.7 


792.5 


170.4 


172.4 


136.2 


M 


227.3 


209.4 


155.0 


36.1 


339.7 


145.9 


328.7 


203.9 


351.3 


251.4 


141.6 


2 78.3 


789.6 


171.5 


168.5 


135.3 


J 


222.0 


272.9 


158.5 


37.2 


404.4 


140.1 


327.3 


209.5 


348.6 


279.0 


160.6 


273.5 


787.2 


166.3 


162.7 


133.6 


J 


279.9 


205.4 


149.6 


36.3 


372.0 


133.6 


315.8 


215.3 


334.0 


279.4 


155.7 


217.0 


788.9 


167.2 


155.9 


136.0 


A 


279.6 


207.8 


148.7 


33.7 


334.3 


138.8 


315.0 


233.7 


329.7 


246.6 


150.7 


217.3 


788.3 


164.9 


167.8 


138.5 


S 


278.6 


204.4 


151.6 


39.8 


374.0 


135.4 


317.3 


255.0 


328.5 


254.5 


159.3 


275.5 


786.8 


165.7 


163.9 


137.5 


O 


278.6 


204.7 


156.4 


40.3 


351.2 


145.2 


312.0 


265.8 


320.3 


246.7 


147.8 


2 74.8 


184.8 


164.5 


162.3 


135.4 


N 


276.3 


799.9 


155.2 


40.6 


414.2 


133.7 


297.9 


251.1 


306.3 


241.3 


145.4 


2 73. 7 


182.4 


165.5 


167.4 


137.7 


D 


274.8 


270.5 


169.2 


41.6 


419.6 


151.2 


303.7 


251.4 


313.2 


259.6 


151.6 


209.6 


180.8 


164.3 


160.7 


142.6 



1975 J 209.6r 799.0 154.2 36.3 363.4 141.1 293.3 241.9 302.6 251.2 131.6 204.9 r 783. 6 r 171. Or 166.8 143.3 

F 277.7 200.5 162.2 40.1 387.7 147.3 288.8 268.3 292.5 233.0 115.9 206.8 783.6 173.7 172.1 r 142.7 

M 270. 7r 788. Or 146.1 r 40. 4, 384.6 126.3 279. 4r 241. 7, 286. 2r 223.9 102.8 207. 5r 782. 7 r 172. 3 r 175. 7r 142. 9r 

A 209.2 797.4 151.4 40.8 352.3 138.3 291.6 265.7 296.3 191.9 72.1 204.8 180.4 166.5 169.2 136.7 



The average of the monthly series may not equal the annual level due to rounding. Source: Indexes of Reol Domestic Products by Industry (Including the 

Index of Industrial Production (61-005) and Indexes of Real Domestic Product by Industry, 1961 " 100 Occasional (61-510), Statistics Canada. 



31 



SECTION 3 
TABLE 2. 3 - Cont. 



2 — Domestic product by industry 
Table 2.3: industrial production, volume indexes (1961 - 100), based on the 1960 standard industrial classification — continued 



July, 1975 

















nor 


-durable 


manufact 


uring 




















food 


; and beverages 






tobacco 
prod- 
ucts 
indus- 
tries 


rubber 
indus- 
tries 


leather 


industries 




textile inc 


ustries 


knittinc 
mills 




and 
month 


grain 
mills 


bakery 
prod- 
ucts 


other 
food 
proc- 
essors 




beverage 


manufacturers 


total 


cotton 
yarn & 
cloth 
mills 


synthetic 

textile 

mills 




total 


shoe 
fac- 
tories 




total 


soft 
drinks 


distill- 
eries 


brew- 
eries 


clothing 
industries 


















1961 ind 


jstry we 


ghts 
















.227 


.526 


.578 


.834 


.254 


.258 


.300 


.220 


.419 


.308 


.205 


.919 


.233 


.301 


.218 


.862 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


5776 
5855 


5777 

5856 


5778 
5857 


5779 
5858 


5780 
5859 


5781 
5860 


5782 
5861 


5783 
5862 


5784 
5863 


5785 
5864 


5786 
5865 


5787 
5866 


5788 
5867 


5789 
5868 


5790 
5869 


5791 
5870 



1973 171.7 

1974 184.4 



116.3 170.0 220.0 175.3 
114.3 168.7 216.4 182.4 



306.4 


167.8 


142.3 216.2 


96.5 


281.6 


170.9 


147.4 228.4 


98.5 



77.4 229.5 107.4 300.9 214.7 143.7 
85.7 222.3 103.3 288.3 211.9 143.1 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 A 


188.4 


112.7 


160.5 


210.2 


172.6 


269.4 


176.5 


146.1 


242.6 


96.3 


83.8 


233.0 


108.6 


314.3 


216.2 


143.0 


M 


185.0 


115.8 


161.4 


226.4 


159.2 


325.5 


182.1 


151.5 


217.8 


99.5 


86.9 


240.1 


121.8 


315.6 


219.6 


145.3 


J 


177.0 


124.5 


171.6 


248.4 


196.6 


342.5 


196.8 


158.8 


240.8 


102.6 


90.8 


244.8 


121.9 


319.2 


213.4 


143.7 


J 


163.3 


119.1 


163.8 


200.0 


216.7 


147.9 


215.1 


76.6 


162.0 


74.1 


54.3 


192.4 


58.0 


259.5 


202.6 


133.6 


A 


169.2 


121.2 


164.8 


250.8 


225.5 


337.8 


184.2 


120.8 


156.4 


96.9 


84.3 


214.4 


93.9 


271.8 


211.3 


145.7 


S 


177.9 


116.9 


173.9 


261.1 


208.5 


395.8 


170.4 


159.4 


228.0 


103.6 


91.3 


240.6 


113.4 


316.0 


210.8 


145.9 





177.8 


120.2 


191.5 


244.5 


169.8 


403.0 


153.8 


161.6 


219.1 


102.2 


88.4 


236.0 


113.3 


301.5 


217.6 


147.6 


N 


203.1 


115.2 


184.5 


257.0 


159.9 


440.7 


168.3 


169.4 


238.1 


103.4 


89.4 


244.0 


109.3 


333.2 


219.6 


143.7 


D 


192.2 


112.4 


172.2 


206.0 


178.9 


274.6 


153.3 


114.7 


217.7 


90.3 


72.2 


238.3 


102.3 


331.5 


212.9 


139.7 


1974 J 


188.1 


111.6 


163.2 


171.0 


136.6 


260.9 


106.2 


150.7 


227.9 


94.3 


81.7 


230.1 


114.6 


298.2 


216.4 


143.4 


F 


198.5 


110.7 


173.7 


184.9 


147.7 


256.6 


138.0 


166.2 


283.9 


112.0 


105.0 


242.2 


129.7 


324.6 


223.5 


147.0 


M 


181.1 


111.9 


164.3 


211.2 


149.8 


308.2 


165.5 


166.4 


270.3 


107.1 


95.8 


240.5 


131.3 


320.8 


224.3 


147.8 


A 


179.3 


111.5 


166.0 


216.9 


171.0 


284.0 


182.8 


159.1 


261.5 


105.3 


94.2 


245.1 


109.1 


346.7 


219.1 


144.7 


M 


182.6 


115.3 


167.7 


237.9 


182.0 


334.4 


187.7 


159.4 


199.9 


103.3 


91.5 


230.5 


102.4 


301.4 


219.5 


143.9 


J 


187.7 


119.9 


173.3 


271.0 


205.8 


387.0 


212.5 


156.6 


234.6 


103.7 


93.0 


239.7 


111.1 


316.3 


210.3 


143.4 


J 


175.7 


116.2 


154.9 


207.4 


218.4 


174.2 


210.5 


59.2 


161.2 


79.1 


62.2 


190.7 


53.9 


259.0 


205.3 


137.3 


A 


175.3 


115.0 


164.5 


217.4 


229.4 


224.6 


184.2 


130.9 


187.8 


97.6 


84.3 


211.7 


99.4 


259.1 


209.4 


143.3 


S 


181.6 


115.8 


174.7 


239.2 


226.8 


298.6 


172.4 


162.5 


223.9 


97.7 


85.1 


227.2 


106.8 


281.7 


209.0 


143.1 





180.6 


115.4 


184.9 


222.2 


191.4 


299.4 


156.4 


164.9 


212.1 


99.2 


86.3 


221.7 


101.9 


272.5 


209.6 


146.8 


N 


197.3 


116.4 


180.3 


227.0 


163.3 


332.2 


170.9 


174.0 


250.5 


102.6 


89.4 


203.0 


101.8 


244.0 


202.9 


142.1 


D 


185.2 


111.6 


157.3 


190.4 


166.1 


219.6 


163.3 


118.9 


227.1 


79.7 


60.4 


185.4 


77.3 


235.5 


194.0 


134.9 


1975 J 


181 .7 r 


110.9, 


1 52 . 3 r 


183.0 


140.1 


285.2 


111.4 


150.6 


213.5 


89.9 


75.8 


181.1 r 


90.0 


215. 6r 


1 94 . 5 , 


139. 3r 


F 


191.3 r 


109.8, 


151.5r 


209.2 


167.3 


297.5 


150.9 


160.8 


250.3 


98. 8 r 


90.2 


188.4, 


82.9 


239. 8, 


198.2, 


141.8, 


M 


188. 6r 


110.8, 


153. 7r 


217.2, 


162.9 


298.2 


176.1 


154.6 


250.7, 


93. 3 r 


79.2, 


195.5, 


89.4 


250. Or 


199.5, 


140. 2, 


A 


176.7 


111.7 


155.6 


212.1 


158.7 


285.1 


176.6 


151.5 


249.5 


89.3 


72.6 


197.1 


91.4 


251.5 


197.8 


138.1 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 A 


186.2 


115.1 


168.2 


211.5 


173.1 


286.2 


162.8 


138.2 


219.6 


94.9 


81.7 


226.4 


102.3 


300.0 


217.7 


143.8 


M 


185.9 


114.3 


167.4 


222.3 


165.7 


325.2 


164.0 


140.9 


215.8 


101.5 


89.5 


231.4 


110.7 


308.5 


218.6 


147.1 


J 


176.7 


117.8 


170.2 


213.2 


161.3 


306.3 


159.8 


140.3 


218.9 


99.2 


86.2 


235.7 


116.2 


312.3 


215.4 


144.7 


J 


177.9 


115.7 


175.6 


214.5 


174.9 


280.7 


174.0 


134.8 


211.4 


95.1 


80.4 


228.9 


101.0 


312.6 


212.0 


141.7 


A 


177.6 


116.4 


168.0 


230.2 


183.4 


338.8 


160.0 


145.7 


208.3 


94.2 


81.2 


223.8 


104.5 


292.6 


211.4 


142.0 


S 


179.1 


113.9 


168.9 


231.1 


184.5 


326.4 


173.2 


143.9 


213.1 


97.8 


84.9 


235.5 


114.8 


312.7 


209.9 


143.0 





180.6 


118.0 


172.0 


227.0 


188.9 


312.7 


170.4 


151.9 


215.2 


97.0 


83.6 


226.9 


116.0 


281.7 


211.9 


142.8 


N 


194.2 


116.4 


168.9 


221.2 


171.4 


315.2 


167.1 


152.7 


218.4 


98.4 


85.6 


234.4 


107.2 


311.6 


213.8 


142.9 


D 


186.0 


117.6 


170.0 


226.3 


191.2 


302.2 


175.5 


127.2 


223.0 


96.8 


81.8 


235.9 


101.2 


319.5 


215.7 


143.9 


1974 J 


190.2 


116.6 


170.7 


218.8 


177.8 


302.6 


165.4 


149.9 


246.1 


97.4 


84.0 


234.6 


107.0 


310.6 


218.2 


144.9 


F 


186.8 


115.3 


174.7 


220.3 


167.7 


313.3 


168.3 


151.6 


254.1 


106.2 


95.1 


237.8 


112.2 


311.2 


221.1 


144.6 


M 


176.1 


115.3 


171.8 


226.4 


182.1 


325.8 


162.1 


147.9 


253.0 


102.5 


87.5 


240.6 


120.8 


325.0 


222.7 


145.5 


A 


177.3 


113.6 


173.6 


219.1 


173.2 


302.5 


168.7 


150.5 


236.7 


103.9 


92.0 


237.6 


104.6 


327.7 


220.7 


145.4 


M 


183.8 


113.8 


173.7 


229.4 


185.5 


323.4 


169.0 


148.7 


197.7 


105.4 


94.2 


223.3 


95.6 


294.9 


218.4 


145.7 


J 


187.5 


113.4 


171.4 


233.4 


171.4 


345.6 


172.8 


143.3 


212.7 


100.1 


88.0 


231.1 


107.3 


309.2 


212.2 


144.3 


J 


191.6 


112.8 


165.4 


224.0 


175.7 


313.9 


169.9 


120.3 


210.8 


102.7 


92.1 


228.9 


100.0 


311.7 


214.9 


145.8 


A 


185.4 


110.5 


167.1 


205.0 


187.3 


245.2 


165.8 


151.2 


249.8 


94.8 


81.1 


223.0 


106.2 


288.8 


209.8 


139.5 


S 


183.4 


112.8 


169.2 


212.4 


200.4 


246.2 


175.7 


147.7 


209.0 


92.4 


79.1 


220.7 


101.4 


278.7 


208.1 


140.4 





183.4 


113.4 


167.5 


210.2 


208.0 


233.0 


173.2 


150.4 


208.7 


92.7 


79.5 


213.6 


102.5 


259.3 


204.1 


142.0 


N 


189.8 


114.7 


164.9 


204.5 


181.1 


237.0 


174.6 


151.5 


230.3 


95.2 


82.4 


194.3 


97.9 


228.4 


197.6 


141.3 


D 


179.5 


117.0 


157.0 


209.0 


177.5 


241.6 


186.6 


140.5 


232.9 


88.9 


74.1 


186.6 


84.6 


226.5 


196.5 


139.0 


1975 J 


183. Or 


115.9, 


158. Or 


233.0 


182.4 


329.7 


173.2 


150.0 


230.1 


92.9 


77.9 


184.9, 


84.4 


224. 6, 


195.8, 


140. 7, 


F 


180.2 r 


114.4 , 


152.8 r 


249.4 


190.1 


363.7 


183.8 


145.6 


224.0 


94.0, 


81.8 


188.7, 


82.9 


229. 9 r 


195.9, 


139. 5r 


M 


183.4, 


114.1 , 


160. 5r 


235.1 , 


197.9 


322.4 


1 72 . 3 r 


136.7 


234.7, 


89.1 r 


72.4, 


195.8r 


85.4 


251. Or 


198.1 r 


138. Or 


A 


174.8 


113.8 


162.2 


219.1 


174.9 


304.3 


163.0 


143.5 


225.8 


88.1 


71.0 


193.4 


86.0 


244.7 


199.0 


138.7 



32 



July, 


1975 






























SECTION 3 


















2 - Domestic prod 


jet by industry 










TABLE 2.3-Cont. 






Tabl 


e 2.3: In 


dustrial p 


roduction, volume 


indexes 


(1961 - 


100), based on th 


e 1960 standard i 


ndustria 


1 classi 


fi cat ion 


— continued 














non-durable manufacturing 












durable manufacturing 






paper 


& allied 


indu stries 








chemical 


















paper 
box 




year 








printinc 


1/ 




and chemicc 














and 
month 








& bag 


publi sh 

- : 1 


• petroleui 
and coal 


















wood industries 




71 


pharma- 




soap & 












and other ir 








mi sc. 


















pulp & 


paper 


allied 


products 




ceutical 


s paint 


cleaninc 


} industria 


1 mfg. 






sawmil 


Is veneer 


& furniture & 








paper 


con- 


indus- 


indus- 




and med 


- and 


com- 


chem- 


indu s- 






& planing plywoo 


d fixture 






total 


mills 


verters 


tries 


tries 


total 


icines 


varni sh 


pounds 


icals 


tries 


total 


total 


mills 


mills 


industries 


















1961 industry weigh 


ts 
















2.701 


2.181 


.468 


1.346 


.737 


1.751 


.215 


.151 


.146 


.692 


.847 


11.010 


1.114 


.662 


.158 


.450 


CANSIM 


5792 


5793 


5794 


5795 


5796 


5797 


5798 


5799 


5800 


5801 


5802 


5803 


5804 


5805 


5806 


5807 


S. A. 




5871 


5872 


5873 


5874 


5875 


5876 


5877 


5878 


5879 


5880 


5881 


5882 


5883 


5884 


5885 


5886 


1973 




160.1 


153.9 


182.5 


154.8 


206.4 


241.0 


296.4 


163.0 


157.5 


272.2 


246.8 


246.7 


207.1 


223.5 


200.7 


217.6 


1974 




169.2 


162.1 


195.8 


161.2 


215.8 


251.0 


371.8 

unadj 


259.6 

usted for 


176.7 

seasonal 


273.4 

variation 


255.0 


253.9 


193.2 


204.5 


171.7 


220.9 


1973 


A 


175.2 


173.2 


179.1 


156.9 


186.0 


249.8 


291.5 


196.5 


176.8 


283.3 


237.9 


253.1 


215.6 


233.3 


228.2 


210.8 




M 


165.3 


160.1 


182.3 


160.3 


186.7 


248.7 


273.3 


190.5 


154.4 


282.5 


243.4 


250.4 


205.4 


217.1 


210.5 


214.4 




J 


174.1 


169.9 


186.6 


160.4 


205.1 


256.0 


315.6 


210.0 


176.3 


279.6 


246.2 


262.8 


217.1 


234.1 


214.1 


219.0 




J 


159.4 


154.3 


179.1 


143.5 


221.4 


230.8 


270.4 


182.8 


124.8 


262.3 


240.5 


223.1 


179.0 


185.3 


158.7 


205.7 




A 


132.3 


119.6 


181.5 


148.8 


224.1 


223.7 


248.9 


165.1 


124.1 


252.5 


247.9 


217.0 


199.3 


213.6 


178.5 


218.5 




S 


139.4 


127.4 


187.0 


158.1 


212.6 


243.7 


348.4 


167.2 


171.1 


255.8 


256.6 


256.3 


208.3 


221.4 


203.2 


222.3 







155.2 


146.4 


188.4 


163.5 


205.1 


250.1 


328.0 


149.3 


176.5 


277.4 


263.8 


263.1 


210.7 


226.1 


196.2 


225.3 




N 


169.5 


163.6 


188.3 


168.5 


213.8 


247.5 


311.6 


138.9 


186.4 


274.4 


264.8 


262.5 


206.9 


221.6 


191.3 


233.5 




D 


165.6 


160.4 


187.1 


164.2 


218.5 


238.7 


259.3 


112.4 


148.7 


287.0 


255.8 


235.2 


192.9 


206.5 


172.1 


227.7 


1974 


J 


160.3 


153.7 


186.7 


146.7 


221.8 


244.5 


353.5 


302.0 


168.0 


283.2 


246.8 


251.3 


200.0 


220.5 


176.1 


221.2 




F 


173.8 


168.8 


191.0 


156.7 


229.0 


256.9 


414.3 


331.0 


183.2 


286.2 


253.3 


261.2 


234.7 


267.2 


215.1 


224.2 




M 


179.5 


173.6 


195.7 


164.4 


218.4 


258.8 


429.1 


342.2 


175.7 


284.9 


259.2 


264.4 


237.5 


267.5 


216.7 


224.6 




A 


175.8 


169.3 


196.4 


164.1 


196.8 


264.1 


426.4 


331.8 


182.3 


298.4 


259.2 


262.4 


222.1 


238.2 


224.7 


222.4 




M 


167.2 


158.9 


196.6 


163.2 


198.0 


259.0 


421.3 


329.4 


161.5 


281.4 


262.7 


261.2 


207.6 


217.1 


205.7 


221.5 




J 


182.7 


177.3 


199.5 


167.3 


225.9 


260.1 


418.0 


344.3 


199.3 


265.8 


265.5 


268.3 


209.8 


219.7 


197.6 


222.8 




J 


159.4 


150.7 


192.4 


154.1 


223.1 


234.2 


337.1 


284.4 


158.9 


251.6 


249.0 


227.4 


163.3 


160.4 


132.4 


214.7 




A 


168.8 


161.7 


197.4 


157.1 


217.7 


235.7 


318.5 


288.0 


160.3 


249.5 


254.6 


230.7 


186.2 


192.2 


152.6 


220.5 




s 


171.6 


163.9 


200.5 


162.7 


206.5 


251.2 


361.4 


157.3 


180.1 


262.4 


258.4 


260.7 


186.6 


197.4 


150.5 


223.3 







171.1 


162.6 


204.0 


166.6 


209.1 


254.7 


351.7 


151.7 


183.0 


272.8 


261.2 


263.9 


168.2 


170.8 


141.9 


225.9 




N 


164.4 


156.9 


196.0 


168.2 


219.4 


247.2 


330.8 


139.4 


217.4 


259.1 


251.2 


265.2 


157.1 


157.8 


127.3 


221.3 




D 


156.0 


147.8 


193.9 


163.6 


224.2 


245.1 


299.9 


114.1 


151.2 


285.6 


238.9 


230.4 


145.9 


145.2 


120.3 


208.3 



1975 J 147. 4 r 139.8 184. 2, 150. 5, 208.1 247. 2r 294. 8, 107.6 175.6 287.6 233. 5 , 224. 6 , 140. 5 , 139. 8 , 121.9 194. Or 

F 157. 8r 153.4 177.1 r 159.2r203.5r 262. 1 , 398. 8r 146.6 175.2 285.1 234. Or 237.6 , 173. 7 r 185. 5 , 160.8 1 91 . 7 r 

M 152. 3r 145.6 179. Or 167. 4r 210.9 257.4, 380. 7, 152.4 181.7 277.8 237. Or 244.3 r 189. 1 , 204. r 183. 9, 189. 3r 

A 150.5 142.5 179.4 170.6 205.3 254.5 - 170.4 223.2 273.8 236.6 243.0 175.7 187.7 150.3 189.4 

adjusted for seasonal variation 



A 


170.9 


167.6 


180.4 


155.0 


205.8 


239.2 


292.5 


168.0 


156.0 


269.7 


239.5 


244.6 


207.9 


223.6 


207.7 


217.6 


M 


165.6 


160.8 


182.7 


157.0 


206.3 


240.8 


2 97.6 


155.2 


161.6 


271.5 


243.9 


243. 1 


209.2 


226.0 


207.7 


218.8 


J 


172.0 


169.2 


182.2 


156.5 


207.3 


247.0 


319.4 


160.0 


173.7 


277.2 


244.5 


246.8 


208.1 


224.1 


211.9 


217.5 


J 


169.7 


166.0 


182.5 


153.4 


208.4 


248.3 


317.4 


162.5 


155.1 


282.1 


250.2 


248.0 


201.0 


214.7 


200.6 


213.0 


A 


135.2 


123.9 


180.8 


153.5 


212.6 


238.5 


265.1 


151.8 


144.1 


277.7 


245.8 


241.6 


202.1 


218.8 


195.3 


211.6 


S 


140.5 


130.8 


180.7 


153.3 


210.2 


244.8 


308.3 


163.9 


163.3 


270.8 


248.0 


246.0 


203.7 


219.0 


198.3 


212.5 


O 


149.1 


141.0 


182.7 


155.0 


207.7 


247.1 


308.8 


167.8 


156.3 


277.5 


252.9 


251.9 


206.3 


222.8 


191.2 


214.9 


N 


164.9 


158.2 


189.1 


157.8 


211.6 


245.7 


303.4 


171.2 


162.9 


272.6 


257.0 


249.0 


207.6 


225.6 


186.8 


223.7 


D 


165.6 


158.5 


189.7 


162.2 


208.8 


243.9 


287.5 


172.2 


158.7 


273.4 


258.4 


250.0 


208.6 


225.4 


187.9 


227.2 


J 


169.2 


161.3 


193.1 


163.2 


216.6 


250.1 


287.1 


170.0 


167.2 


286.4 


257.4 


259. 1 


209.8 


228.5 


179.5 


230.0 


F 


172.4 


164.5 


198.1 


163.6 


227.2 


250.4 


302.3 


178.5 


173.5 


274.9 


259.6 


259.4 


219.3 


241.0 


188.3 


232.3 


M 


175.9 


168.5 


198.5 


163.2 


220.1 


251.3 


322.2 


182.2 


174.7 


276.3 


260.3 


259.3 


220.6 


239.5 


197.2 


231.1 


A 


171.4 


163.5 


197.8 


162.0 


217.7 


256.3 


347.8 


164.7 


164.8 


284.4 


260.7 


255.0 


214.5 


228.4 


204.2 


229.5 


M 


168.8 


161.3 


197.2 


160.2 


218.6 


252.4 


354.9 


159.0 


170.4 


270.8 


263.2 


254.5 


211.5 


226.4 


202.8 


225.8 


J 


177.7 


173.1 


194.6 


163.2 


223.0 


249.4 


343.6 


167.6 


190.5 


263.7 


263.6 


252.4 


201.0 


210.4 


195.5 


221.0 


J 


169.6 


1 62 . 1 


196.2 


164.4 


215.8 


252.3 


334.2 


160.8 


198.6 


269.9 


258.9 


252.6 


192.3 


201.5 


174.5 


222.3 


A 


172.9 


167.5 


196.6 


162.1 


206.5 


251.1 


307.1 


156.9 


190.9 


274.1 


252.6 


254.1 


188.0 


197.4 


163.7 


213.7 


S 


173.2 


168.1 


193.7 


159.8 


204.0 


253.1 


319.3 


154.0 


175.2 


278.2 


249.9 


251.8 


182.9 


195.2 


151.1 


213.5 


O 


166.3 


159.0 


197.9 


158.1 


211.2 


251.4 


330.6 


167.1 


167.2 


273.0 


250.4 


252.8 


164.5 


167.9 


139.7 


215.5 


N 


159.7 


151.9 


193.5 


157.6 


217.4 


246.9 


321.4 


171.4 


185.3 


262.5 


243.9 


251.8 


157.6 


160.3 


126.8 


212.0 


D 


154.9 


146.2 


193.4 


160.0 


214.5 


251.2 


333.5 


172.0 


169.1 


271.5 


241.3 


246. 1 


157.2 


158.1 


131.2 


207.9 



1975 J 155. Or 146.7 190. 5, 167.1 r 203.3 256. 8 r 329. Or 153.7 173.1 285.1 243. 5 r 231. 9r 148. , 144.7 r 124.3 200.8r 

F 155. 3, 148.1 183. 7r 166.1r204.0r 253. 7, 341. 8r 156.8 170.1 276.3 239. 7 r 236. 1 , 164. 1 , 167. 1 r 145.8 198. 9r 

M 150. 7r 142.9 181. 5, 166.1,212.8 250.1, 342.3, 148.1 179.2 272.1 238.0,238.9,173.6,178.0, 167.5, 194.7, 

A 146.6 137.7 180.7 168.4 219.5 247.9 - 144.5 196.3 266.0 238.0 235.5 170.0 179.8 136.5 195.5 



33 



SECTION 3 






























July, 1973 


TABLE 2.3-Cont. 








2 


— Domestic product by in 


Justry 


















Table 2.3: in 


Justrial p 


rodoction, volume 


indexes 


(1961 - 


100), based on th 


e 1960 standard industria 


1 classi 


ication - 


continued 




















durable manufacturing 




















ry metal industries 




m 


2tal fabri 


:ating (ex 


mach. & 


fransporta 


ion equipment) 










year 
and 






prima 








fabri- 


































ornamen 








ma* 


trans| 


pment 


month 








steel 










cated 


tal & 


metal 




hard- 


chinery 




















iron & 


pipe 


iron 


smelting 




boiler 


struc- 


architec 


- stamping 


, wire 


ware, 


(except 




aircraft 










steel 


& tube 


found- 


and 




& plate 


tural 


tural 


pressing 


& wire 


tool & 


elec- 




and 


motor 






total 


mills 


mills 


ries 


refining 


total 


works 


metal 


metal 


& cootin 


3 products cutlery 


trical) 


total 


parts 


vehicles 


















1961 indL 


stry weights 
















2.207 


1.001 


.122 


.135 


.749 


1.835 


.077 


.255 


.165 


.452 


.252 


.163 


.981 


1.981 


.481 


.784 


CANSIM 


5808 


5809 


5810 


5811 


5812 


5813 


5814 


5815 


5816 


5817 


5818 


5819 


5820 


5821 


5822 


5823 


S.A. 




5887 


5888 


5889 


5890 


5891 


5892 


5893 


5894 


5895 


5896 


5897 


5898 


5899 


5900 


5901 


5902 


1973 




190.6 


200.8 


244.2 


240.8 


156.3 


218.7 


228.3 


150.2 


219.1 


231.0 


237.5 


217.4 


262.6 


375.7 


88.5 


565.8 


1974 




200.1 


209.7 


258.7 


231.5 


168.2 


226.0 


241.5 

unad 


167.7 

usted for 


223.0 

seasonal 


235.0 

variation 


253.4 


220.3 


284.6 


374.3 


79.7 


577.8 


1973 


A 


194.5 


198.1 


281.1 


254.7 


162.9 


214.0 


229.6 


156.7 


200.2 


225.8 


237.8 


213.8 


255.7 


416.0 


87.6 


674.7 




M 


196.5 


203.0 


265.6 


257.3 


163.8 


218.0 


208.7 


160.5 


209.3 


231.6 


237.4 


224.7 


258.5 


412.9 


87.6 


662.3 




J 


200.1 


214.4 


244.7 


275.9 


158.4 


227.1 


216.7 


167.6 


223.7 


239.2 


263.1 


224.6 


269.3 


429.9 


86.7 


708.9 




J 


176.3 


184.3 


228.9 


195.0 


149.1 


211.5 


217.9 


159.7 


222.6 


225.9 


210.0 


206.0 


258.6 


303.0 


84.2 


398.0 




A 


165.9 


179.0 


184.8 


159.6 


137.1 


217.3 


22 9.1 


169.8 


230.2 


232.0 


212.2 


207.8 


262.9 


249.8 


85.7 


249.4 




S 


190.4 


206.6 


223.9 


267.2 


146.7 


228.9 


230.6 


170.3 


237.4 


241.2 


£62.6 


218.4 


270.2 


386.2 


90.6 


570.0 







193.4 


2 02.6 


236.6 


267.4 


158.0 


226.5 


237.1 


175.5 


245.8 


235.1 


239. 1 


222.5 


273.1 


421.4 


93.1 


652.6 




N 


205.0 


224.5 


244.7 


275.7 


161.0 


22 9.4 


239.9 


172.6 


242.5 


231.1 


266.3 


227.2 


277.0 


402.6 


93.3 


623.3 




D 


185.5 


190.7 


209.6 


240.2 


160.3 


218.3 


236.2 


161.1 


225.0 


223.9 


230.3 


225.2 


275.9 


310.9 


94.3 


397.7 


1974 


J 


206.9 


221.3 


256.0 


256.4 


172.8 


216.8 


218.9 


155.6 


214.8 


225.8 


231.6 


226.6 


273.6 


390.5 


85.0 


617.8 




F 


206.4 


216.8 


272.3 


263.8 


172.3 


223.1 


231.5 


157.7 


213.3 


231.2 


259.5 


227.2 


278.2 


408.9 


83.5 


670.9 




M 


208.3 


22 0.3 


273.5 


265.8 


172.0 


225.1 


233.5 


157.5 


215.9 


234.3 


265.9 


226.6 


281.0 


406.2 


82.7 


671.0 




A 


204.6 


211.1 


265.5 


266.5 


173.8 


223.4 


237.0 


158.3 


219.3 


227.7 


258.5 


224.5 


283.0 


407.4 


82.7 


665.4 




M 


204.9 


210.3 


277.4 


244.3 


177.2 


228.5 


244.8 


161.7 


227.5 


235.7 


273.8 


221.3 


286.1 


396.9 


81.9 


634.4 




J 


212.6 


219.7 


339.2 


251.0 


176.1 


235.0 


253.4 


168.2 


231.9 


236.4 


288.4 


225.6 


288.1 


39>.6 


80.5 


637.3 




J 


179.8 


187.5 


248.6 


142.3 


161.1 


215.2 


240.8 


162.8 


223.3 


234.9 


205.4 


206.0 


277.4 


289.0 


76.7 


375.4 




A 


176.4 


185.0 


231.6 


174.3 


154.9 


225.9 


245.1 


174.6 


227.4 


240.1 


236.0 


212.5 


279.2 


273.5 


75.3 


331.6 




S 


205.1 


224.3 


295.7 


238.6 


159.1 


234.7 


248.1 


181.8 


231.0 


249.7 


263.0 


215.8 


291.8 


371.0 


76.4 


555.7 







200.3 


209.8 


286.8 


239.6 


165.3 


234.6 


248.3 


182.4 


235.9 


245.3 


265.3 


219.7 


288.8 


410.6 


75.9 


646.3 




N 


206.0 


213.7 


311.2 


249.5 


171.9 


232.6 


252.3 


181.6 


223.5 


237.3 


271.4 


223.5 


295.9 


425.5 


78.1 


693.4 




D 


189.7 


197.0 


297.3 


186.7 


162.0 


216.7 


243.9 


170.1 


212.2 


221.2 


222.2 


214.4 


292.4 


314.7 


77.5 


434.3 


1975 


J 


195. 1 r 


201.2 


269.2 


206.6 


175.7 


212. 8r 


236.2, 


166.1 


197.7, 


217.4r 


225.6 


207.8, 


300.2, 


299. 3 r 


76. Or 


430.6 




F 


196.3r 


206.5 


285.3 


227.1 


168.5 


214. 6r 


248.4, 


167. 4, 


197.8, 


214.4, 


241.6 


205.5, 


304.3, 


341. 4 r 


75. 7 r 


534.9 




M 


193.2r 


203.2, 


301.6 


217.2 


163.1 r 


21 1.6 r 


250.5, 


165. 8, 


191.4, 


218. Or 


221.2 


202.2, 


304.1 , 


379.1 r 


75. 2 r 


622. 4r 




A 


195.0 


201.3 


348.0 


201.9 


165.9 


214.6 


252.4 


168.8 


198.7 


214.4 


239.2 


202.5 


303.9 


372.0 


74.4 


601.3 


















adji 


sted for seasonal variation 














1973 


A 


187.0 


192.2 


260.3 


232.8 


156.2 


215.5 


233.2 


162.5 


211.4 


229.9 


229.1 


209.6 


251.7 


375.2 


87.1 


571.8 




M 


188.8 


194.2 


251.9 


246.5 


157.3 


218.4 


214.7 


165.0 


215.8 


231.3 


232.6 


226.2 


258.5 


373.7 


88.6 


566.0 




J 


186.7 


197. 1 


212.6 


250.6 


153.6 


218.0 


211.1 


163.7 


217.1 


227.0 


236.9 


221.9 


266.2 


381.5 


87.1 


585.8 




J 


187.5 


195.8 


238.3 


243.6 


154.6 


219.2 


224.4 


164.4 


220.0 


228.5 


235.6 


219.7 


266.5 


389.0 


89.6 


592.3 




A 


183.8 


196.1 


214.9 


211.7 


153.3 


218.0 


225.3 


165.7 


223.3 


229.2 


230.8 


213.6 


268.8 


361.5 


90.5 


525.1 




S 


190.7 


205.1 


219.3 


245.4 


154.8 


219.6 


220.9 


159.9 


221.5 


231.4 


242.4 


221.9 


271.4 


366.0 


90.7 


533.7 







195.6 


205.5 


257.4 


255.8 


160.1 


220.0 


225.2 


160.9 


224.5 


231.1 


239.9 


222.2 


276.1 


389.2 


92.0 


587.9 




N 


196.9 


211.1 


241.5 


257.8 


158.6 


223.7 


232.1 


162.8 


225.8 


231.5 


253.4 


223.6 


274.2 


364.6 


91.7 


532.8 




D 


200.3 


217.3 


249.9 


258.7 


158.2 


224.4 


232.9 


163.2 


225.4 


230.9 


254.4 


225.9 


275.9 


352.3 


92.1 


503.4 


1974 


J 


208.9 


220.2 


268.0 


273.4 


173.8 


223.9 


234.4 


164.3 


229.9 


234.2 


240.0 


222.8 


275.4 


392.7 


82.6 


617.8 




F 


200.0 


209.5 


249.6 


252.7 


168.1 


227.1 


237.1 


165.4 


229.3 


236.7 


256.9 


220.8 


275.2 


397.7 


81.4 


635.9 




M 


200.7 


214.3 


249.8 


244.5 


164.9 


228.1 


239.8 


167.4 


237.8 


235.0 


261.2 


221.9 


276.3 


382.4 


81.4 


610.0 




A 


198.9 


209.4 


246.8 


243.0 


166.8 


226.3 


240.4 


164.4 


231.8 


232.4 


258.5 


220.1 


278.3 


367.8 


82.2 


566.3 




M 


196.9 


201.1 


263.7 


234.0 


170.4 


228.9 


252.1 


166.4 


234.6 


235.2 


268.7 


222.8 


286.0 


360.3 


82.8 


544.6 




J 


198.2 


202.3 


290.2 


227.0 


171.2 


225.4 


246.5 


164.4 


224.9 


224.3 


259.6 


222.9 


284.6 


353.6 


80.7 


525.4 




J 


191.9 


199.0 


259.0 


202.4 


167.0 


223.6 


248.5 


167.7 


220.3 


237.8 


235.2 


219.6 


286.1 


367.9 


81.7 


552.1 




A 


196.3 


204.8 


269.9 


217.3 


173.3 


226.4 


240.8 


170.5 


220.6 


237.5 


251.8 


218.6 


285.6 


379.4 


79.6 


592.1 




s 


201.5 


214.0 


287.6 


219.5 


167.6 


225.1 


237.7 


170.7 


216.1 


239.4 


242.4 


219.3 


293.6 


362.5 


76.6 


547.5 







202.3 


212.1 


309.7 


229.9 


167.1 


227.0 


236.0 


167.0 


215.5 


241.2 


258.1 


219.5 


292.4 


379.6 


75.1 


583.8 




N 


200.8 


207.0 


306.9 


233.9 


169.1 


226.9 


244.3 


171.2 


208.1 


237.5 


258.0 


220.0 


293.0 


383.5 


76.8 


592.6 




D 


203.5 


214.8 


354.3 


201.0 


166.6 


222.9 


240.3 


172.2 


212.9 


228.1 


245.5 


215.3 


292.3 


363.7 


75.8 


558.9 


1975 


J 


202. Or 


207.9 


318.9 


211.5 


176.9 


219. 8, 


253. 2 r 


175.4 


211.4, 


225.5 r 


233.5 


204.1 r 


302.1 r 


298. 3, 


73. 9r 


422.2 




F 


189. 7 r 


197.3 


271.8 


217.5 


164.6 


218. Or 


254. 5 r 


175. 6r 


..-212. 7 r 


219. 5r 


237.1 


197.6, 


301. Or 


330.1 , 


73. 8r 


499.9 




M 


185.7 r 


196.1 , 


276.7 


205.3 


156.4r 


215.1 r 


257. 2r 


176.2 r 


210.8, 


218. 4r 


221.9 


198. Or 


298. 8 r 


353.1 r 


74.1 r 


555. 7 r 




A 


187.3 


196.0 


309.6 


187.3 


159.3 


216.3 


256.0 


175.3 


210.0 


219.0 


231.1 


198.5 


298.8 


337.0 


73.9 


514.0 


34 


' 


ncludes truck bodies and tra 


lers. 



























July 


1975 




























SECTION 3 
















2 - 


- Domestic product 


by indus 


try 








TABLE 2 


. 3 - Concl. 






Tabl 


a 2.3: ind 


ustrial production. 


volume indexes (1961 - 100), based 


on the 1960 standard class 


fication ■ 


- concluc 


ed 


















durable manufacturing 










e 


lectric pow 






transp. equ 


pment 




electrical products industries 


non-metallic 


mineral products 




year 
and 


motor 




ship- 




major a| 
pliance; 


- house- 
hold 






er, gas 


month 


vehicle 






commu- 














OV water uti iineb 






parts & 


railroad 


building 




(electric 


radio 


nication 


elect. 






ready - 


glass and 










acces- 


rolling 


and 




& non- 


& T.V. 


equip- 


industrial 




mix 


glass 




electric 


gas dis- 






sories 


stock 


repair 


total 


elect. ) 


receivers ment 


equip. 


total 


cement 


concrete products total 


power 


tribution 
















1961 industry weights 
















.393 


.072 


.223 


1.560 


.187 


.130 


.470 


.312 


.882 


.176 


.079 


.167 


2.908 


2.387 


.329 


CANSIM 


5824 


5825 


5826 


5827 


5828 


5829 


5830 


5831 


5832 


5833 


5834 


5835 


5836 


5837 


5838 


S. A. 




5903 


5904 


5905 


5906 


5907 


5908 


5909 


5910 


5911 


5912 


5913 


5914 


5915 


5916 


5917 


1973 




421.2 


369.8 


165.2 


250.3 


246.6 


349.3 


244.7 


243.8 


196.3 


150.5 


261.0 


223.1 


247.2 


243.6 


332.1 


1974 




395.1 


421.1 


173.3 


271.6 


256.5 


315.8 


280.4 


272.8 


204.3 


159.3 


267.9 


225.9 


265.6 


261.0 


366.3 


















unadjusted for seasonal variation 












1973 


A 


407.8 


353.2 


169.0 


251.2 


262.0 


379.3 


246.7 


233.4 


184.8 


133.8 


232.6 


221.0 


246.2 


238.4 


361.5 




M 


432.8 


369.1 


133.0 


223.2 


239.4 


281.6 


197.4 


236.0 


202.0 


163.5 


290.2 


223.6 


228. 1 


226.0 


291.2 




J 


432.3 


335.8 


132.5 


245.3 


274.6 


333.4 


218.0 


248.4 


222.0 


184.5 


351.7 


' 234.2 


220.0 


225.0 


226.8 




J 


403.4 


324.7 


160. 1 


224.3 


177.7 


236.9 


229.9 


238.4 


207.1 


192.5 


301.6 


211.1 


209.6 


217.7 


187.8 




A 


417.1 


339.4 


178.8 


231.3 


161.8 


249.8 


247.2 


239.0 


216.2 


174.6 


334.2 


222.9 


212.5 


221.7 


183.6 




s 


450.9 


380.3 


177.8 


269.8 


288.6 


370.2 


269.3 


254.2 


225.3 


187.7 


348.7 


232.0 


220.4 


22 8.2 


206.0 







457.4 


401.7 


174.1 


268.4 


270.4 


353.2 


274.1 


253.1 


223.3 


184.6 


350.0 


232.7 


232.2 


235.5 


257.7 




N 


426.7 


412.6 


168.8 


275.8 


270.3 


420.0 


273.3 


260.0 


206.2 


149.0 


282.9 


226.7 


270.0 


265.5 


374.1 




D 


424.2 


427.4 


162.4 


266.6 


247.6 


365.6 


271.0 


257.2 


180.4 


127.4 


182.1 


226.6 


287.8 


275.0 


461.6 


1974 


J 


405.7 


424.0 


163.8 


259.3 


240.6 


316.9 


269.5 


252.0 


162.3 


92.5 


140.5 


219.3 


312.3 


290.4 


566.6 




F 


391.9 


410.8 


171.3 


260.3 


280.3 


359.7 


273.4 


217.4 


180.2 


112.1 


163.0 


220.0 


316.5 


294.2 


575.6 




M 


372.0 


418.1 


174.3 


274.2 


290.6 


363.6 


277.4 


259.3 


186.7 


123.7 


210.0 


221.3 


295.7 


282.5 


476.6 




A 


381.6 


432.4 


173.6 


271.6 


269.6 


326.3 


276.9 


266.2 


194.2 


143.5 


224.9 


223.3 


269.0 


256.5 


429.1 




M 


387.7 


441.0 


169.0 


270.1 


240.4 


291.5 


285.9 


270.9 


210.0 


160.5 


305.6 


229.3 


250.3 


250.3 


308.8 




J 


386.2 


408.3 


178.4 


285.2 


273.0 


367.4 


290.6 


281.7 


231.7 


200.7 


341.0 


234.2 


232.6 


238.7 


235.7 




J 


371.1 


399.5 


179.2 


254.0 


180.7 


218.3 


281.9 


273.7 


218.0 


188.0 


329.6 


226.1 


221.4 


231.2 


191.2 




A 


389.1 


408.7 


162.5 


264.0 


201.4 


281.8 


282.4 


275.4 


229.0 


198.7 


369.3 


228.6 


223.4 


233.6 


191.3 




S 


421.9 


420.5 


176.3 


290.4 


310.0 


378.7 


285.5 


292.0 


231.9 


211.7 


348.6 


234.3 


231.7 


237.9 


233.3 







436.0 


425.7 


177.4 


288.1 


286.5 


359.4 


288.8 


288.2 


223.9 


191.3 


337.0 


232.1 


254.7 


255.2 


310.9 




N 


411.0 


432.1 


180.4 


284.3 


275.8 


356.4 


279.0 


298.2 


212.7 


166.4 


300.7 


223.8 


279.9 


274.7 


391.9 




D 


386.6 


432.4 


173.2 


258.3 


228.9 


170.2 


273.6 


298.8 


171.6 


123.6 


144.7 


219.1 


300.0 


286.3 


484.7 


1975 


J 


319. 3. 


442. 5 r 


176.5, 


246.0, 


194.9 


108.1 


274.0, 


298.8, 


154.2, 


81.5 


117.7 


203.3, 


320.6 


300.7 


561.8 




F 


323. Or 


415.5, 


186.7, 


251.7, 


229.0 


150.1 


272.0, 


299.5, 


161.3 


92.5 


147.8 


200.2, 


328. Or 


303.4, 


607.6 




M 


334. 2 r 


420. 8 r 


188.6, 


244.9 


170.5, 


156.3 


267.9, 


301.2, 


167.2, 


110.4 


163.6 


199.3 


303. 3 , 


286.2, 


514.2, 




A 


334.1 


430.1 


188.9 


242.3 


175.4 


134.2 


267.3 


298.3 


178.2 


120.0 


217.8 


200.9 


286. 1 


266.4 


505.0 


















adjuste 


i for seasonal variation 












1973 


A 


405.7 


34 9.7 


164.9 


252.1 


237.0 


403.8 


249.5 


235.7 


194.9 


153.3 


273.0 


220.1 


241.7 


239.8 


311.3 




M 


425.7 


367.8 


133.7 


231.7 


244.3 


346.0 


201.5 


238.0 


195.9 


149.6 


254.1 


222.5 


242.5 


237.0 


339.2 




J 


434.6 


364.4 


128.1 


246.3 


259.1 


373.7 


221.5 


244.8 


197.7 


148.3 


267.5 


228.9 


250.2 


244.1 


355.5 




J 


437.9 


361.4 


162.5 


250.9 


236.6 


371.0 


243.2 


244.4 


193.8 


149.5 


253.3 


219.0 


257.3 


250.5 


371.1 




A 


429.2 


355.2 


174.4 


244.9 


211.3 


307.9 


251.0 


246.6 


195.5 


138.7 


256.9 


226.9 


254.3 


246.3 


375.1 




S 


436.5 


375.1 


173.4 


254.0 


240.7 


319.6 


258.7 


249.9 


197.8 


145.8 


260.4 


228.1 


253.5 


247.9 


356.4 







439.0 


394.0 


174.0 


254.7 


244.2 


289.0 


264.2 


250.6 


194.8 


146.7 


246.6 


226.5 


252.6 


245.4 


366.3 




N 


425.3 


393.2 


174.4 


259.3 


250.2 


319.3 


265.3 


253.3 


191.2 


142.3 


238.0 


224.5 


259.2 


253.7 


363.4 




D 


423.9 


389.4 


170.4 


267.0 


279.4 


352.8 


268.0 


254.1 


202.5 


167.2 


269.9 


222.6 


255.3 


251.2 


347.0 


1974 


J 


406.9 


395.2 


171.2 


264.7 


252.2 


347.9 


269.7 


254.0 


206.7 


158.5 


278.2 


226.1 


260.0 


256.1 


352.8 




F 


393.1 


41 9.6 


169.8 


256.1 


258.6 


329.7 


272.4 


217.1 


217.0 


176.2 


271.2 


222.9 


263.2 


261.0 


345.9 




M 


366.2 


425.3 


170.4 


273.2 


273.9 


365.8 


279.4 


259.8 


214.8 


178.5 


297.4 


222.8 


267.0 


265.5 


346.4 




A 


379.3 


428.5 


169.6 


273.5 


252.2 


34 9.0 


280.3 


268.6 


206.9 


165.0 


272.9 


222.2 


261.8 


258.0 


354.0 




M 


381.2 


440.2 


170.0 


279.7 


245.3 


359.0 


292.0 


273.3 


203.8 


146.5 


267.6 


228.2 


266.3 


262.7 


359.5 




J 


387.8 


443.8 


172.5 


283.9 


257.3 


377.6 


2 95.4 


277.6 


205.8 


161.4 


258.3 


229.1 


264.5 


259.1 


369.5 




J 


403.4 


445.9 


182.1 


284.4 


240.9 


378.4 


298.3 


280.8 


204.4 


145.9 


277.2 


234.7 


267.9 


262.1 


377.9 




A 


401.1 


428.9 


158.3 


275.3 


242.1 


319.6 


287.0 


284.2 


206.4 


158.3 


283.9 


233.0 


267.3 


259.5 


389.6 




S 


408.8 


415.1 


172.0 


274.7 


275.8 


314.3 


274.0 


287.1 


204.2 


163.9 


266.1 


230.6 


267.7 


258.3 


403.6 







418.4 


416.1 


177.2 


273.8 


258.8 


292.2 


278.3 


285.4 


197.7 


152.0 


253.2 


226.0 


272.5 


262.8 


412.9 




N 


409.8 


410.3 


186.3 


268.7 


255.8 


269.6 


270.9 


290.7 


199.2 


160.0 


261.5 


221.8 


269.8 


263.7 


382.0 




D 


387.0 


393.4 


181.5 


258.8 


257.5 


163.8 


270.6 


295.2 


194.9 


165.9 


240.4 


215.3 


266.4 


261.5 


367.5 


1975 


J 


320.2, 


41 1.6 r 


184.4, 


249.4, 


203.8 


118.6 


274.3, 


300.9, 


195.7, 


147.1 


244.8 


209.6, 


266.4 


263.8 


350.5 




F 


323. 6 r 


424. 8 r 


185.0, 


249.1 , 


211.2 


135.9 


270.9, 


299.2, 


193.6 


145.2 


250.5 


202.7, 


277.5, 


268.0, 


365.1 




M 


328. 6 r 


428. 9 r 


184.6, 


245.8 


165.2, 


165.4 


269.8, 


301.8, 


191.1 , 


152.9, 


245.7 


200.7, 


273.9, 


269.0, 


379.2, 




A 


331.8 


426.3 


184.5 


242.4 


157.9 


136.0 


270.5 


301.0 


189.1 


143.2 


254.7 


199.7 


275.2 


268.0 


397.0 



35 



TABLE 1-1. FINANCIAL FLOWS MATRIX, FOURTH QUARTER, 1974 



CATEGORY 
NO. 



TRANSACTION CATEGORY 



I. AND II. 

PERSONS 

ANO 

UNINCORPORATED 
BUSINESS 



III. 
NON- 
FINANCIAL 
PRIVATE 
CORPORATIONS 



IV. 

NON- 
FINANCIAL 
GOVERNMENT 
ENTERPRISES 



V. 

THE 

MONETARY 

AUTHORITIES 



1100 
1101 
1200 
1400 

1500 

1501 

1600 
1700 
1800 

1900 
2000 

2100 

2210 
2211 
2212 
2213 

2310 
2311 
2312 
2313 

2320 
2321 
2322 

2330 
2331 
2332 

2340 
2350 
2410 

2420 
2421 
2422 
2423 
2424 

2430 

2510 
2512 
2513 

2520 
2530 
2610 
2700 



3100 

3210 
3211 
3212 
3213 

3310 
3311 
3312 
3313 

3320 
3321 
3322 

3330 
3331 
3332 

3340 
3350 
3410 

3420 
3421 
3422 
3423 
3424 
3430 

3510 
3512 
3513 

3520 
3530 
3610 
3700 



4000 



GROSS DOMESTIC SAVING 

RESIDUAL ERROR OF ESTIMATE, INCOME ANO EXPENDI- 
TURE ACCOUNTS 

CAPITAL CONSUMPTION ALLOWANCES AND MISCELLANEOUS 
VALUATION ADJUSTMENTS 

NET DOMESTIC SAVING 

NON-FINANCIAL CAPITAL ACQUISITION 

RESIDUAL ERROR OF ESTIMATE, INCOME AND EXPENDI- 
TURE ACCOUNTS 

GROSS FIXED CAPITAL FORMATION 

VALUE OF PHYSICAL CHANGE IN INVENTORIES 

NET PURCHASES OF EXISTING ANO INTANGIBLE 

ASSETS 

NET LENDING OR BORROWING (1100-1500) 

NET FINANCIAL INVESTMENT (2100-3100) 

NET INCREASE IN FINANCIAL ASSETS 

OFFICIAL INTERNATIONAL RESERVES: 

OFFICIAL HOLDINGS OF GOLD AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE 
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUNO, GENERAL ACCOUNT . 
SPECIAL DRAWING RIGHTS 

CURRENCY ANO DEPOSITS: 

CURRENCY ANO BANK DEPOSITS 

DEPOSITS IN OTHER INSTITUTIONS 

FOREIGN CURRENCY ANO DEPOSITS 

RECEIVABLES: 

CONSUMER CREDIT 

TRADE 

LOANS: 

BANK LOANS 

OTHER LOANS 

GOVERNMENT OF CANADA TREASURY BILLS 

FINANCE ANO OTHER SHORT-TERM PAPER 

MORTGAGES 

BONDS : 

GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONDS 

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT BONDS 

MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT BONDS 

OTHER CANADIAN BONDS 

LIFE INSURANCE AND PENSIONS 

CLAIMS ON ASSOCIATED ENTERPRISES: 

CORPORATE (1) 

GOVERNMENT 

STOCKS 11) 

FOREIGN INVESTMENTS 

OTHER FINANCIAL ASSETS 

OFFICIAL MONETARY RESERVE OFFSETS 

NET INCREASE IN LIABILITIES 

OFFICIAL INTERNATIONAL RESERVES: 

OFFICIAL HOLDINGS OF GOLD ANO FOREIGN EXCHANGE 
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND, GENERAL ACCOUNT . 
SPECIAL DRAWING RIGHTS 

CURRENCY ANO DEPOSITS: 

CURRENCY AND BANK DEPOSITS 

DEPOSITS IN OTHER INSTITUTIONS 

FOREIGN CURRENCY ANO DEPOSITS 

PAYABLES: 

CONSUMER CREDIT 

TRADE 

LOANS: 

BANK LOANS 

OTHER LOANS 

GOVERNMENT OF CANAOA TREASURY BILLS 

FINANCE AND OTHER SHORT-TERM PAPER 

MORTGAGES 

BONOS 

GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONDS 

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT BONOS 

MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT BONDS 

OTHER CANADIAN BONDS 

LIFE INSURANCE AND PENSIONS 

CLAIMS ON ASSOCIATED ENTERPRISES: 

CORPORATE (lT 

GOVERNMENT 

STOCKS ID 

FOREIGN INVESTMENTS 

OTHER LIABILITIES 

OFFICIAL MONETARY RESERVE OFFSETS 

DISCREPANCY 11900-2000) 



1155 
124 



1960 
-1089 

-386 

794 

2753 

4867 



-1021 

-344 

722 

-1399 

20 
20 



53 
110 



3869 

3835 

-182 

82 

134 

1121 



248 

12 

455 



2114 



-1346 

694 

-2040 

2061 

1112 

949 



1373 
26 



-1959 



MILLIONS OF DOLLARS 
2814 246 



1930 
884 



4902 

3959 
865 

78 

-2088 

-3060 

1538 



4598 



2070 

2070 

479 
251 
228 



207 
215 



211 
211 



411 

604 



972 



222 
24 



1002 

1053 
-74 

23 

-756 

-982 

624 



468 
529 
-30 
-31 


185 

149 

39 

-3 


852 
137 
715 


411 
411 


-8 


52 


*-8 


# 52 


-14 
48 
33 


-12 
-23 

1 


-92 

-7 
-22 

15 
-78 


-3 

-5 

2 


... 


... 


200 
200 


4 

-1 

5 


29 

-17 

39 


2 

7 



1606 



1035 

1035 

-280 

-270 

-10 



5 

20 

373 
-1 

374 



404 
404 
-30 
*79 



-5 



517 

-45 

-142 

97 



359 
133 



-24 
-24 



56 
'56 



522 



733 
733 



113 
U3 



(1) TOTAL CHANGES IN CATEGORY 3512 PLUS 3520 IS EQUAL TO THE CHANGE IN CATEGORY 2512 PLUS 2520. 
NOTE: SEE NOTE TO USERS. 



36 



TABLE 1-1. FINANCIAL FLOWS MATRIX, FOURTH QUARTER, 1974 



SECTOR 




VI 2. 
NEAR-BANKS 


VII. 

INSURANCE 

COMPANIES 

AND PENSION 

FUNDS 


VIII. 

OTHER 

PRIVATE 

FINANCIAL 

INSTITUTIONS 


IX. 

PUBLIC 

FINANCIAL 

INSTITUTIONS 


X. 

FEOERAL 
GOVERNMENT 


XI. 

PROVINCIAL 

AND LOCAL 

GOVERNMENTS 

+ HOSPITALS 


XII. 

SOCIAL 

SECURITY 

FUNDS 


XIII. 

REST OF 
THE WORLD 


XIV. 
RESIDUAL 
ERROR OF 
ESTIMATE 


TOTAL 


CATEGORY 

NO. 








MILLIONS OF DOLLARS 








42 


-32 


91 


10 


697 


642 


324 


1126 


531 


7815 


1100 






... 




... 


... 






531 


531 


1101 


4 
38 


6 
-38 


5 
86 


1 
9 


92 
605 


416 
226 


324 


1126 


'.'.'. 


3844 
3440 


1200 
1400 


29 


34 


27 


5 


277 


1383 


... 


163 


-531 


7815 


1500 


*29 


**8 


*26 


*22 


285 
-10 


1273 


::: 


::: 


-531 


-531 
8654 
-308 


1501 
1600 
1700 


- 


26 


1 


-17 


2 


110 


... 


163 


... 


- 


1800 


13 


-66 


64 


5 


420 


-741 


324 


963 


1062 


- 


1900 


13 


-66 


64 


-97 


440 


-458 


324 


963 




- 


2000 


704 


1233 


1602 


600 


4828 


731 


324 


1717 




23931 


2100 


::: 


... 


::: 


::: 


::: 


::: 




::: 




-45 

-142 

97 


2210 
2211 
2212 
2213 


157 

225 
-22 
-46 


202 

175 

33 

-6 


84 

118 

-1 

-33 


-70 
-41 
-29 


3995 

3987 

8 


-155 

-73 

9 

-91 




923 

405 

1 

517 




6293 

5943 

722 

-372 


2310 
2311 
2312 
2313 


35 
35 


-14 

43 

-57 


51 
52 
-1 


4 
"i 


1 

"i 


6 
"*6 




::: 




1773 

694 

1079 


2320 
2321 
2322 


71 


15 
*15 


968 

968 


219 
219 


278 
278 


43 
*43 




112 
112 




3687 
1938 
1749 


2330 
2331 
2332 


-2 
-10 
505 


27 

37 

2 80 


3 

318 

60 


4 

11 

275 


1 

7 

-2 


2 
102 




34 

-27 




135 

606 
1612 


2340 
2350 
2410 


-100 
-3 
-24 
-31 
-42 


643 
-62 
420 
23 
262 


54 
9 

20 
8 

17 


137 

15 
98 
-4 
28 


3 
1 
3 
-3 
2 


76 

32 

56 

-12 


251 

2 

249 


738 
-14 
600 
51 
101 




6285 

4105 

1243 

199 

738 


2420 
2421 
2422 
2423 
2424 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 




1121 


2430 


28 
28 


10 
10 


-36 
-36 


5 
2 
3 


120 
120 


431 
431 


72 
*72 


157 
157 




1156 
469 
687 


2510 
2512 
2513 


9 
1 

10 


132 

12 

-111 


1 

7 

92 


5 
10 


3 

4 

418 


5 
221 


*"i 


-101 
-119 




331 

20 

957 


2520 
2530 
2610 
2700 


691 


1299 


1538 


697 


4388 


1189 


... 


754 




23931 


3100 


::: 


::: 


::: 


::: 


... 


::: 


::: 


-45 

-142 

97 




-45 

-142 

97 


3210 
3211 
3212 
3213 


687 
687 


::: 


"-' 


35 
*35 


18 
18 


::: 


::: 


369 

369 




6293 

5943 

722 

-372 


3310 
3311 
3312 
3313 


... 


19 
*19 


3 

"5 


12 
"i.2 


1 
""l 


-21 
-21 


!!! 


::: 




1773 

694 

1079 


3320 
3321 
3322 


-44 

-54 
10 


. .. 


744 
589 
155 


-16 

-22 

6 


51 
*51 


268 
133 
135 


::: 


425 
199 
226 




3687 
1938 
1749 


3330 
3331 
3332 


-26 


;;; 


371 

1 


*3i 


135 


"l8 
2 


•■• 


'". 




135 

606 

1612 


3340 
3350 
3410 


52 
*52 


1140 


184 
184 


... 


4106 
4106 

-19 


1067 

868 
199 


••• 


::: 




6285 
4105 
1243 
199 
738 
1121 


3420 
3421 
3422 
3423 
3424 
3430 


-11 
-11 


14 
14 


47 
47 


604 
604 


-12 
-12 


4 
**4 


::: 


-15 
-15 




933 
246 
687 


3510 
3512 
3513 


55 
-22 


37 
*89 


23 
165 


10 
*19 


108 


-i49 


II; 


*20 




554 

20 

957 


3520 
3530 
3610 
3700 


- 


- 


- 


102 


-20 


-283 


- 


- 


1062 


- 


4000 



SOURCE: FINANCIAL FLOW ACCOUNT (13-0021, STATISTICS CANADA. 



37 



SECTION 3 
TABLE 4. 1 



1975 1 



1975 1 



1975 1 



1975 1 



1975 1 



4 — Balance of international payments 
Table 4.1: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, all countries (million dollars) 



July, 1975 





total 

current 
receipts 


total 

current 

payments 


current 
account 
balance 




goods and services' 




merchandise 


trade 2 




service transactions 


quarter 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


exports 


imports 


balance 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


50525 
60525 


50550 
60550 


50555 
60555 


50503 
60722 


50541 
60723 


50558 
60724 


50501 
60501 


50526 
60526 


50551 
60551 


50502 
60710 


50544 

60714 


50556 
60718 



1973r 


31,725 


31,707 


18 


30,684 


31,003 


-681 


25,445 


22,725 


2,720 


5,239 


8,278 


-3,039 


1974r 


39,815 


41,458 


-1 , 643 


38,488 


40,675 


-2 , 1 87 


32,383 


30,864 


836 


6,105 


9,811 


-3, 706 












unad 


usted for seasonal variation 












( 










revised 










) 


1974 1 


8,467 


9,010 


-543 


8,239 


8,820 


-581 


7,117 


6,569 


548 


1,122 


2,251 


-1,129 


2 


10,331 


10,493 


-162 


9,978 


10,308 


-330 


8,395 


7,899 


496 


1,583 


2,409 


-826 


3 


10,311 


10,374 


- 63 


9,944 


10,162 


-218 


8,001 


7,713 


288 


1,943 


2,449 


-506 


4 


10,706 


11,581 


-875 


10,327 


11,385 


-1 , 058 


8,870 


8,683 


187 


1,457 


2,702 


-1,245 



8,944 10,978 



-2,034 



8,683 



10,751 



-2,068 



7,433 



8,116 



^583 



1,250 



2,635 



1974 1 


9,366 


9,375 


- 9 


9,082 


9 


2 


9,704 


9,838 


-134 


9,370 


9 


3 


10,394 


10,896 


-502 


10,030 


10 


4 


10,351 


11,349 


-998 


1 0, 006 


11 



adjusted for seasonal 
revised 
191 -109 7, 

652 -282 7, 

701 -671 8, 

131 -1,125 8, 



650 


6,875 


775 


1,432 


2,316 


827 


7,286 


541 


1,543 


2,366 


461 


8,241 


220 


1,569 


2,460 


445 


8,462 


- 17 


1,561 


2,669 



9,875 11,404 -1,529 



9,549 



11,190 



-1 , 641 



7,957 



8,494 



-537 



1,592 



2,696 



-1 , 385 



) 

-884 

-823 

-891 

-1 , 1 08 

-1 , 1 04 



year 




travel 




interest and dividends 


fre 


ght and shipping 


other 
receipts 


service transactions 
payments balance 


with- 
holding 
tax 3 


quarter 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


receipts 


payments balance 


receipts 


payments balance 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


50506 
60506 


50531 
60531 


50718 
60554 


50508 
60508 


50533 50719 
60533 60556 


50512 
60512 


50537 50720 
60537 60557 


50516 
60711 


50545 50721 
60715 60719 


50715 
60725 



1973r 


1,446 


1,742 


-296 


754 


2,019 


-1,265 1,476 


1,648 


-172 


1,563 


2,547 


-984 


-322 


1974r 


1,694 

( 


1,978 


-284 


811 


2,296 


-1,485 1,751 
unadjusted for seo«ona 
revised 


1,974 
variation 


-223 


1,849 


3,133 


-1,284 


-430 
) 


1974 1 


160 


522 


-362 


170 


510 


-340 385 


418 


- 33 


407 


726 


-319 


-758 


2 


433 


472 


- 39 


238 


519 


-281 447 


504 


- 57 


465 


794 


-329 


-120 


3 


837 


614 


223 


199 


482 


-283 433 


497 


- 64 


474 


780 


-306 


- 76 


4 


264 


370 


-106 


204 


785 


-581 486 


555 


- 69 


503 


833 


-330 


-159 


1975 1 


178 

( 


680 


-502 


175 


577 


-402 400 

adjusted for seasonal 
revised 


472 
variation 


- 72 


497 


832 


-335 


- 74 
) 


1974 1 


416 


498 


- 82 


182 


534 


-352 415 


464 


- 49 


419 


736 


-317 


- 84 


2 


426 


464 


- 38 


235 


555 


-320 423 


475 


- 52 


459 


769 


-310 


-103 


3 


412 


467 


-554 


220 


564 


-344 454 


504 


- 50 


483 


806 


-322 


-119 


4 


440 


549 


-109 


174 


643 


-469 459 


531 


- 72 


488 


822 


-334 


-124 



464 



650 



-186 



189 



600 



^11 



429 



522 



93 



510 



842 



-332 



82 



year 




transfers 




inheritances and mig 


ants' funds 


persona 
receipts 


and institutiona 
payments 


remittances 
balance 


with- 
holding 
tax 1 


official 
contributions 


quarter 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


CANSIM 
S.A. 


50717 

60712 


50546 
60716 


50557 
60720 


50515 
60515 


50540 
60540 


50723 
60558 


50518 
60713 


50547 
60717 


50724 
60721 


50716 
60726 


50725 
60709 



1973r 


1,041 


704 


337 


516 


159 


357 


203 


290 


- 87 


322 


-255 


1974r 


1,327 

( 


783 


544 


680 


159 
unad 


521 

usted for seasonal 
revised 


217 

variation 


289 


- 72 


430 


-335 

) 


1974 1 


228 


190 


38 


100 


29 


71 


53 


72 


- 19 


75 


- 89 


2 


353 


185 


168 


180 


37 


143 


53 


72 


- 19 


120 


- 76 


3 


367 


212 


155 


236 


50 


186 


55 


71 


- 16 


76 


- 91 


4 


379 


196 


183 


164 


43 


121 


56 


74 


- 18 


159 


- 79 



261 



227 



34 



130 



29 



101 



57 



75 



18 



74 



-123 



1974 1 


284 


184 


100 


148 


2 


334 


186 


148 


178 


3 


364 


195 


169 


189 


4 


345 


218 


127 


165 



adjusted for seasonal variation 
revised 

38 110 52 

39 139 53 
41 148 56 
41 124 56 



71 


- 19 


84 


- 75 


72 


- 19 


103 


- 75 


72 


- 16 


119 


- 82 


74 


- 18 


124 


-103 



326 



214 



112 



188 



37 



151 



56 



74 



- 18 



82 



-103 



'As used in national income and expenditure 
Balance of Payments. 3 Tax withheld on service 



accounts. 'Trade of Canada figures with certain 

payments and income distributions to non-residents. 



valuation, coverage and timing adjustments appropriate for 



38 



July, 1975 



4 — Balance of international payments 
Table 4. 2: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, area distribution 1 (million dollars) 



SECTION 3 
TABLES 4.2 and 4.3 



United States 



United Kingdom 



all other countries 



year 



merchan- merchan- merchan- 

or current dise non-mer- current dise non-mer- current dise non-mer- 

quarter total total account trade chandise total total account trade chandise total total account trade chandise 

receipts payments balance balance balance 2 receipts payments balance balance balance 2 receipts payments balance balance balance 2 



CANSIM 


3907 


3908 


3909 


3910 


3911 


3912 


3913 


3914 


3915 




3916 


3917 


3918 


3919 


3920 


3921 


1973r 


20,797 


21,638 


-841 


1,227 


-2,068 


2,246 


1,733 


513 


587 




- 74 


8,360 


8,014 


346 


906 


-560 


1974 r 


25,527 

( 


27,057 


-1 , 530 


1,002 


-2,532 


2,773 


2,025 


748 
revised 


796 




- 48 


11,085 


1 1 , 946 


-861 


279 


-582 
) 


1974 1 


5,616 


6,092 


-476 


269 


-745 


546 


414 


132 


178 




- 46 


2,230 


2,429 


-199 


101 


-300 


2 


6,499 


6,912 


-413 


168 


-581 


742 


492 


250 


252 




- 2 


2,970 


2,969 


1 


76 


- 75 


3 


6,626 


6,527 


99 


345 


-246 


702 


562 


140 


158 




- 18 


2,907 


3,209 


-302 


-215 


- 87 


4 


6,786 


7,526 


-740 


220 


-960 


783 


557 


226 


208 




18 


2,978 


3,339 


-361 


-241 


-120 


1975 1 


5,806 


7,066 


-1,260 


-228 


-1 , 032 


678 


501 


177 


179 




- 2 


2,386 


3,337 


-951 


-634 


-317 


' 


Excludes withholdin 


g tax. 


includes 


service transactions 


and transfer balances. 




















Table 4.3: C 


anadian 


balance o 


f international payments, capital account, ■■ all 


countries (mil 1 ion 


dollars) 








direct ir 






Canadian stocks 




trad 


e in outstanding Canad 


ian bonds 




new issues of Canadian bonds 






trade 






































gc 




















quarter 


in 




in out- 


new 


retire- 


ment of 


pro- munici- corpo- 


ment 


of pro- 


mumci- 


corpo- 






Canada 


abroad 


standing 


issues 


ments 


total C 


anada 


vincial 2 pal 


ration total 


Canada 2 vincial 


2 pal 


ration 


total 


CANSIM 


50560 


50564 


50576 


50586 


50587 50585 65001 


65002 65003 65004 65000 65006 65007 


65008 


65009 


65005 


1973 r 


725 


-775 


- 24 


45 


-10 


11 


19 


9 -11 




14 


31 


12 


891 


114 


325 


1,342 


1974 r 


435 
( 


-o45 


-112 


15 


- 5 


-1 02 


43 


51 8 
revised 




24 


40 


13 


1,707 


239 


463 


2,422 

) 


1974 1 


155 


-145 


111 


4 


- 


115 


52 


13 4 




9 


-26 


2 


442 


137 


78 


659 


2 


30 


-155 


- 32 


4 


- 


- 28 


3 


11 - 2 







12 


6 


282 


25 


89 


402 


3 


85 


-360 


- 94 


5 


- 


- 89 


17 


10 1 




1 


29 


1 


374 


1 


137 


513 


4 


165 


15 


- 97 


2 


- 5 


•100 


11 


17 5 




14 


25 


4 


609 


76 


159 


848 


1975 1 


65 


- 85 


- 24 


3 


- 


■ 21 


9 


4 - 8 


- 


1 


-14 


- 


696 


89 


104 


889 
























government of 
































Canada 


loans and 










year 




retirements of Canadian bonds 






foreign securities 




subscriptions 


Columbia 








































quarter 


govern- 










total 


trade 












River 






total 




ment of 


pro- 


munic- 


corpo- 




Canadian 


in out- 


new 


retire- 






repay- 


Treaty 


export 


other 


long-term 




Canada 2 


vincial 2 


ipal 


ration 


total 


bonds 


standir 


ig issues 


ments 




advances 


ments 


(net) 


credits 


long-term 


capital 
























50624 & 












CANSIM 


65011 


65012 


65013 


65014 


65610 


50651 


50600 50608 


50616 




50626 


50629 


50630 


50632 


50650 


50687 


1973 r 


-110 


-244 


-119 


-298 


-771 


602 


93 


-56 


15 




-252 


13 


1 


-198 


166 


373 


1974r 


- 60 

( 


-196 


- 96 


-176 


-528 


1,934 


43 


-27 
revised 


12 




-256 


37 




-589 


166 


740 

) 


1974 1 


- 11 


- 78 


- 26 


- 34 


-149 


484 


51 


- 6 


3 




- 78 


- 




- 75 


- 10 


494 


2 


- 7 


- 38 


- 26 


- 60 


-131 


283 


35 


- 7 


3 




- 79 


7 




-193 


53 


- 51 


3 


- 34 


- 23 


- 14 


- 32 


-103 


439 


-36 


- 3 


3 




- 59 


- 




-197 


86 


-131 


4 


- 8 


- 57 


- 30 


- 50 


-145 


728 


- 7 


-11 


3 




-132 


30 




-124 


37 


604 


1975 1 


- 


-148 


- 21 


- 59 


-228 


647 


-11 


-27 


3 




-100 


- 




- 98 


32 


405 




resident 1 


loldings o 


1 






























foreign 


currency 


























off 






chartered 




icial 


year 


bank net 


non-bank 
holdings 
of 






non-resident holdings of 
















monetary 
in the 


movements 














other 
















form of: 


































position 


foreign 




govern- 






finance 










total 


net 


cation of 


official 






with 


cur- 


Cana- 


ment 




finance 


compar 


iy com- 






all other 


short- 


capital 


special 


inter- 


official 




non-resi- 


rencies 


dian $ 


demand 


treasury 


company 


obli- 


mercial 


other 




trans- 


term- 


move- 


drawing 


national 


monetary 




dents 


abroad 


deposits 


liabilities bills 


paper 


gation; 


pa pe r 


paper 




actions 3 


capital 


ment 


rights 


reserves 


liabilities 


CANSIM 


50659 


50660 


50652 


50654 


50656 


50668 


50676 


50667 


50669 




50686 


50688 


50689 


50710 


50713 


50714 


1973 r 


-343 


-163 


145 


77 


-24 


- 24 


17 


- 1 


164 




-707 


-858 


-466 


_ 


-467 


_ 


1974r 


-1 , 354 

( 


1,610 


592 


45 


78 


94 


170 


12 
revised 


- 69 




-427 


751 


1,667 


- 


24 


) 


1974 1 


-365 


839 


12 


- 7 


4 


57 


35 


28 


- 33 




-194 


376 


870 


- 


327 




2 


-323 


92 


143 


7 


18 


41 


93 


- 18 


-121 




302 


234 


183 


- 


21 


_ 


3 


-285 


339 


29 


- 6 


23 


27 


20 


6 


73 




-311 


- 85 


-216 


- 


-279 


- 


4 


-381 


340 


408 


51 


33 


- 31 


22 


- 4 


12 




-224 


226 


830 


- 


- 45 


- 


1975 1 


370 


- 24 


166 


- 8 


24 


151 


-86 


5 


154 




840 


1,592 


1,997 


- 


- 37 


- 



A minus sign, except for official monetary movements, indicates an outflow of capital from Canada, includes guaranteed issues. 'Includes changes in 
loans and accounts receivable and payable, and also balancing item representing difference between recorded measures of current, capital and reserve movements 
and embodies all unidentified transactions. Sources for above tables: Quarterly Estimates of the Canadian Balance of International Payments (67-001), The 

Canadian Balance of International Payments (67-201) annual, and Security Transactions with Non-Residents (67-002) monthly. Statistics Canada. 

39 



SECTION 4 Ju , 1975 | 

TABLE 1 

Toble 1: wages and salaries, by province based on the 1960 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 



year Prince 

and Newfound- Edward New Saskatch- British 

month land Island Nova Scotia Brunswick Quebec Ontario Manitoba ewan Alberta Columbia Canada' 



CANSIM 5226 5227 5228 5229 5230 5231 5232 5233 5234 5235 5225 

S. A. 5237 5238 5239 5240 5241 5242 5243 5244 5245 5246 5236 

1973, 897 159 1,616 1,217 15,280 26,170 2,446 1,534 4,426 6,965 60,896 

1974r 952 188 1,722 1,466 17,909 29,969 2,912 1,852 4,956 8,264 70,968 



1973 M 65.6 11.7 125.8 93.3 

11.9 126.0 94.7 

13.0 130.6 98.6 

14.3 138.7 105.8 
14.5 138.9 106.3 

14.4 141.0 106.0 
14.7 142.2 106.8 
14.3 142.5 107.7 
14.2 142.4 108.9 
13.2 145.1 105.0 



1974 J 75.7 13.0 138.7 105.1 

13.2 140.5 105.1 

13.6 145.6 111.0 

14.1 147.7 109.1 

15.7 155.1 116.6 
16.4 163.3 127.2 

17.3 165.0 133.3 

17.3 165.8 132.1 

17.4 166.2 132.3 
17.0 165.7 132.9 

16.2 165.5 130.6 

16.8 168.8 130.3 

16.0 162.9 130.7 

15.7 163.9 129.0 

16.0 167.2 133.0 

16.7 172.7 136.6 



1973 M 70.8 12.7 130.3 97.5 

12.7 129.1 99.8 

12.8 130.4 99.7 
13.2 133.1 100.9 
13.5 134.3 101.2 
13.4 136.7 101.3 

13.8 138.7 103.2 

13.9 140.7 105.3 
14.4 142.3 107.7 
13.7 146.4 107.7 



1974 J 81.1 14.2 145.1 109.8 

14.7 147.2 110.7 

14.7 150.6 116.0 

15.0 151.5 115.2 
15.5 155.0 118.2 

15.1 156.5 121.2 

16.0 159.8 126.9 

16.1 160.7 126.5 

16.4 162.1 127.9 

16.5 163.8 130.2 
16.4 165.4 129.2 

17.3 170.2 133.8 

17.4 170.3 136.4 

17.5 171.6 135.7 
17.3 172.8 138.8 

17.8 177.1 144.1 



M 


( 
65.6 


A 


67.2 


M 


72.6 


J 


80.7 


J 


82.0 


A 


80.7 


S 


80.8 





80.3 


N 


80.6 


D 


76.6 


J 


( 
75.7 


F 


76.0 


M 


77.5 


A 


76.8 


M 


83.5 


J 


91.6 


J 


93.6 


A 


93.8 


S 


94.4 


O 


95.3 


N 


94.8 


D 


93.1 


Jr 


89.3 


F r 


89.6 


Mp 


92.0 


A t 


94.0 



M 


70.8 


A 


71.9 


M 


73.5 


J 


75.8 


J 


76.0 


A 


75.5 


S 


76.9 


O 


76.9 


N 


79.7 


D 


80.4 


J 


( 
81.1 


F 


82.1 


M 


83.5 


A 


82.2 


M 


84.4 


J 


86.0 


J 


86.6 


A 


87.7 


S 


89.8 





91.3 


N 


93.7 


DT 


97.6 


J 


95.5 


F r 


96.4 


M P 


99.1 


A t 


100.4 



5230 


5231 


5232 


5241 


5242 


5243 


15,280 


26,170 


2,446 


17,909 


29, 969 


2,912 


unadju 


sted for seasonal variat 




rev ised 




1,211.1 


2,070.2 


194.1 


1,234.2 


2,121.3 


197.3 


1,262.1 


2,182.3 


205.2 


1,298.4 


2,235.9 


208.1 


1,231.2 


2,177.8 


206.8 


1,257.6 


2,175.2 


204.8 


1,348.3 


2,275.7 


210.0 


1,356.4 


2,305.6 


214.7 


1,353.5 


2,306.3 


215.7 


1,320.8 


2,269.4 
revised 


212.6 


1,333.6 


2,284.2 


215.9 


1,343.1 


2,290.4 


217.5 


1,374.6 


2,344.1 


228.3 


1,386.1 


2,378.5 


228.3 


1,464.9 


2,478.9 


238.0 


1,485.7 


2,557.8 


245.7 


1,460.6 


2,523.8 


250.0 


1,547.8 


2,519.4 


253.9 


1,656.5 


2,638.0 


257.9 


1,587.7 


2,662.1 


258.8 


1,572.8 


2,655.9 


257.9 


1,695.7 


2,635.5 


259.8 


1,545.0 


2,584.3 


256.9 


1,559.8 


2,595.3 


260.5 


1,565.3 


2,625.2 


263.4 


1,591.7 


2,658.8 


266.9 



adjusted for seasonal variation 
revised 



1,236.7 


2,115.1 


198.3 


1,249.7 


2, 141.0 


201.0 


1,240.0 


2,157.5 


203.7 


1,254. 1 


2,168.5 


201.6 


1,254.6 


2,173.6 


201.5 


1,275.5 


2,181.3 


200.0 


1,311.7 


2,228.0 


205.4 


1,317.5 


2,258.7 


210.9 


1,331.5 


2,281.4 


214.7 


1,337.8 


2,298.4 
revised 


217.6 


1,367.0 


2,352.3 


224.4 


1,383.0 


2,353.8 


225.9 


1,402.9 


2,394.5 


233.1 


1,403.2 


2,399.6 


232.6 


1,439.1 


2,449.9 


236.3 


1,434.5 


2,480.6 


238.1 


1,489.0 


2,518.8 


243.9 


1,569.5 


2,527.8 


248.4 


1,614.8 


2,584. 1 


252.5 


1,542.2 


2,607.9 


254.3 


1,547.1 


2,628.4 


256.8 


1,716.7 


2,670.7 


265.8 


1,582.8 


2,660.6 


266.7 


1,605.7 


2,666.3 


270.3 


1, 596.7 


2,681.1 


268.9 


1,610.6 


2,681.0 


271.8 



120.1 


350.5 


552.1 


4,809.6 


121.2 


354.8 


561.5 


4,905.1 


126.0 


369.6 


579.0 


5,054.2 


131.4 


378.6 


599.7 


5,207.4 


131.7 


381.1 


588.9 


5,074.7 


130.9 


379.0 


582.1 


5,086.9 


133.0 


378.4 


606.4 


5,312.4 


136.6 


385.3 


621.7 


5,381.2 


134.8 


385.2 


615.6 


5,373.5 


133.4 


381.9 


605.5 


5,279.8 


130.9 


382.6 


607.6 


) 
5,303.9 


133.6 


393.7 


629.6 


5,359.5 


139.1 


404.6 


656.0 


5,511.8 


141.3 


405.8 


661.5 


5,566.4 


148.3 


425.5 


669.0 


5,813.3 


158.4 


444.7 


673.2 


5,982.3 


163.8 


456.5 


685.4 


5,967.7 


163.9 


460.6 


713.9 


6,087.1 


166.8 


467.2 


747.5 


6,363.4 


167.8 


471.7 


744.9 


6,323.4 


168.4 


473.9 


747.0 


6,303.0 


169.5 


468.8 


728.0 


6,386.3 


168.0 


468.5 


720.7 


6,161.0 


166.7 


475.9 


719.9 


6,196.2 


170.6 


484.2 


771.9 


6,309.3 


176.0 


488.4 


761.2 


6,383.3 


124.9 


359.3 


558.4 


) 
4,923.7 


125.0 


364.4 


566.2 


4,979.1 


124.8 


368.6 


573.4 


5,000.8 


125.3 


366.4 


581.5 


5,037.3 


127.0 


366.0 


585.4 


5,050.3 


125.9 


365.7 


579.7 


5,061.3 


128.9 


368.1 


583.6 


5, 172.6 


133.2 


379.7 


604.3 


5,259.2 


134.8 


386.7 


611.2 


5,322.0 


136.5 


393.9 


625.7 


5,375.2 


138.3 


398.0 


638.3 


) 
5,484.5 


140.6 


407.5 


649.0 


5,527.7 


144.6 


414.4 


662.8 


5,640.6 


145.9 


416.6 


667.0 


5,647.9 


147.1 


424.5 


662.1 


5,750.2 


151.3 


430.2 


652.0 


5,787.8 


158.2 


438.8 


681.7 


5,937.4 


158.2 


445.4 


711.5 


6,057.7 


161.9 


455.2 


720.0 


6,203.6 


163.8 


465.2 


724.2 


6,180.6 


168.5 


476.1 


742.2 


6,244.4 


173.4 


483.6 


752.8 


6,505.7 


177.3 


487.3 


756.7 


6,369.3 


175.3 


492.4 


741.8 


6,387.7 


177.4 


495.6 


779.0 


6,451.5 


181.6 


501.0 


767.3 


6,472.7 



'Includes Yukon, North West Territories and Canadian residents abroad. Source: Estimates of Labour Income (72-005), Statistics Canada. 
t- Advance estimates. 



40 



July, 1975 



SECTION 4 
TABLE 2 



Table 2: Wages and Salaries by Industry, and Supplementary Labour Income, Canada, 
based on the 1960 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 

















trans- 
















year 














portation, 




finance, 




public' 




supple- 




and 














communi- 




insurance 




admin. 


total 2 


mentary 


total 2 


month 










manu- 


con- 


cation and 




and real 




and 


wages and 


labour 


labour 






agricul 


ture forestry 


mining 


facturing 


struction 


uti lilies 


trode 


estate 


service 


defence 


salaries 


income 


income 


CANSIM 


5249 


5252 


5253 


5254 


5255 


5256 


5257 


5260 


5261 


5266 


5248 


5271 


5247 


S. A. 




5274 


5277 


5278 


5279 


5280 


5281 


5282 


5285 


5286 


5291 


5273 


5296 


5272 


1973 




487 


716 


1,430 


15,336 


5,146 


6,669 


8,449 


3,475 


14, 187 


5,006 


60,896 


4,065 


64, 961 


1974 


r 


599 


812 


1,682 


17,503 


5,926 


7,883 

unadjusted f 


9,965 

or seasonal 


4,102 

variation 


16,595 


5,987 


70, 968 


5,001 


75, 969 






( 






rev i sed 






) 






( 


revised 


) 


1973 


M 


27.7 


50.1 


116.8 


1,225.2 


362.3 


518.6 


664.0 


277.6 


1,166.0 


400.9 


4,809.6 


347.4 


5,157.0 




A 


32.7 


45.0 


111.9 


1,234.1 


397.0 


557.5 


681.3 


281.0 


1,170.3 


395.3 


4,905.1 


346.9 


5,252.0 




M 


39.6 


56.4 


117.3 


1,260.5 


439.0 


564.0 


693.5 


286.0 


1,183.8 


414.7 


5,054.2 


350.2 


5,404.4 




J 


47.6 


66.4 


120.9 


1,303.5 


463.5 


573.3 


710.7 


290.1 


1, 199.4 


430.5 


5,207.5 


357.5 


5,565.0 




J 


56.2 


67.7 


121.1 


1,274.6 


472.3 


570.3 


700.7 


290.7 


1,090.1 


429.8 


5,074.7 


337.6 


5,412.3 




A 


63.4 


68.7 


121.2 


1,288.4 


492.7 


541.4 


701.4 


292.1 


1,076.6 


440.7 


5,086.9 


329.4 


5,416.4 




S 


56.4 


69.9 


120.3 


1,323.8 


502.5 


576.0 


720.6 


297.2 


1,221.6 


425.0 


5,312.4 


335.1 


5,647.5 







45.8 


71.3 


122.1 


1,349.3 


493.8 


581.0 


742.1 


305.2 


1,239.5 


432.3 


5,381.2 


330.1 


5,711.3 




N 


37.0 


64.7 


124.7 


1,351.9 


461.0 


583.4 


760.9 


308.5 


1,255.0 


431.1 


5,373.5 


326.5 


5,679.9 




D 


31.2 


53.4 


124.2 


1,336.5 


372.5 


588.5 


772.4 


310.6 


1,248.9 


441.1 


5,279.8 


316.8 


5,596.6 






( 






revised 






) 






( 


revised 


) 


1974 


J 


28.5 


56.7 


126.9 


1,351.8 


389.5 


595.7 


747.8 


317.0 


1,261.3 


437.8 


5,303.9 


411.7 


5,715.6 




F 


29.2 


59.0 


129.1 


1,352.0 


396.9 


597.9 


751.1 


323.3 


1,280.0 


451.2 


5,359.5 


413.0 


5,772.6 




M 


33.5 


56.2 


132.3 


1,382.1 


409.4 


642.5 


766.4 


330.8 


1,303.4 


463.6 


5,511.8 


422.9 


5,934.7 




A 


40.2 


50.6 


128.8 


1,403.6 


427.6 


617.6 


789.0 


335.8 


1,322.2 


457.4 


5,566.4 


418.0 


5,984.4 




M 


49.4 


61.5 


135.5 


1,441.3 


472.0 


654.6 


813.8 


343.0 


1,351.1 


494.7 


5,813.3 


428.6 


6,241.9 




J 


60.1 


64.5 


142.1 


1,478.5 


499.5 


660.4 


844.0 


345.4 


1,388.1 


506.4 


5,982.3 


436.2 


6,418.5 




J 


71.0 


69.2 


145.2 


1,468.7 


551.4 


676.4 


842.3 


352.5 


1,265.1 


534.8 


5,967.7 


419.6 


6,387.3 




A 


79.6 


82.3 


144.7 


1,499.4 


575.3 


669.6 


840.5 


349.5 


1,336.3 


517.0 


6,087.1 


414.8 


6,501.9 




S 


70.0 


82.5 


143.8 


1,541.2 


597.8 


671.2 


862.3 


344.7 


1,531.8 


524.2 


6,363.4 


421.2 


6,784.6 







56.1 


84.2 


148.4 


1,547.0 


598.3 


683.1 


885.7 


348.6 


1,459.9 


515.8 


6,323.4 


409.0 


6,732.5 




N 


44.7 


79.5 


152.5 


1,535.9 


554.6 


682.5 


899.5 


353.1 


1,480. 


528.2 


6,303.0 


403.7 


6,706.7 




D 


37.1 


65.9 


152.6 


1,501.5 


453.2 


731.4 


922.5 


358.2 


1,615.4 


555.7 


6,386.3 


402.3 


6,788.6 


1975 


J 


33.3 


64.6 


156.3 


1,492.1 


446.7 


686.2 


886.4 


368.0 


1,502.6 


521.3 


6,161.0 


470.3 


6,631.3 




F P 


33.5 


62.4 


155.4 


1,492.7 


457.3 


694.7 


889.2 


372.2 


1,512.8 


523.8 


6,196.2 


469.5 


6,665.6 




M P 


37.8 


66.7 


157.9 


1,508.5 


466.4 


706.3 


902.0 


375.9 


1 , 54 1 . 9 


541.6 


6,309.3 


473.0 


6,782.2 




A t 


44.7 


56.9 


153.6 


1,532.1 


493.8 


719.9 


923.9 


379.9 


1,547.1 


528.4 


6,383.3 


473.4 


6,856.7 



adjusted for seasonal variation 
2 2 11 





( 






rev ised 






) 






( 


revised 


) 


1973 M 


39.0 


61.4 


115.9 


1,243.0 


419.8 


535.3 


677.5 


275.1 


1,146.8 


405.5 


4,923.7 


323.3 


5,247.0 


A 


39.6 


60.2 


115.3 


1,250.3 


428.5 


565.9 


686.2 


278.3 


1,148.9 


404.5 


4,979.1 


328.5 


5,307.6 


M 


40.1 


61.0 


117.4 


1,255.5 


428.1 


557.5 


691.4 


283.8 


1, 154.6 


413.6 


5,000.8 


331.1 


5,331.9 


J 


40.6 


60.1 


118.3 


1,273.5 


423.0 


558.8 


697.9 


285.2 


1, 164. 1 


416.0 


5,037.3 


334.9 


5,372.2 


J 


41.1 


60.0 


119.8 


1,281.6 


419.3 


553.1 


704.8 


286.3 


1, 172.9 


414.4 


5,050.3 


338.6 


5,388.9 


A 


41.4 


58.4 


119.8 


1,273.8 


427.4 


524.5 


713.8 


292.0 


1, 182.8 


428.6 


5,061.3 


340.1 


5,401.4 


S 


41.7 


58.7 


120.9 


1,293.7 


438.0 


566.5 


723.2 


301.6 


1,204.4 


423.7 


5,172.6 


349.2 


5,521.8 





42.0 


60.8 


122.1 


1,321.8 


441.2 


577.0 


733.1 


308.9 


1,218.1 


437.6 


5,259.2 


357.7 


5,616.9 


N 


42.4 


59.2 


124.4 


1,342.7 


448.8 


584.1 


741.7 


312.3 


1,232.6 


439.2 


5,322.0 


363.9 


5,685.9 


D 


42.7 


60.7 


126.1 


1,363.5 


443.4 


594.4 


743.8 


314.1 


1,242.9 


443.8 


5,375.2 


366.2 


5,741.5 




( 






revised 






) 






( 


revised 


) 


1974 J 


44.3 


64.2 


127. 1 


1,380.4 


471.9 


617.2 


766.2 


318.7 


1,259.0 


448.1 


5,484.5 


376.8 


5,861.4 


F 


45.9 


66.2 


129.2 


1,379.2 


473.1 


619.2 


772.4 


323.0 


1,275.2 


460.6 


5,527.7 


381.1 


5,908.8 


M 


47.5 


68.7 


131.5 


1,402.2 


474.2 


661.5 


782.1 


327.6 


1,292.7 


471.6 


5,640.6 


393.6 


6,034.2 


A 


49.1 


67.5 


132.8 


1,421.7 


461.3 


626.8 


794.6 


332.5 


1,315.0 


472.8 


5,647.4 


395.6 


6,043.5 


M 


50.5 


66.3 


135.6 


1,434.9 


459.9 


646.2 


811.1 


340.3 


1,342.6 


500.6 


5,750.2 


405.2 


6,155.4 


J 


51.7 


58.0 


139.0 


1,444.2 


453.6 


643.7 


828.8 


339.6 


1,358.3 


492.5 


5,787.8 


408.9 


6,196.7 


J 


52.3 


61.0 


143.6 


1,476.9 


490.0 


656.2 


847.5 


347.4 


1,368.6 


518.8 


5,937.4 


421.5 


6,358.9 


A 


52.3 


70.5 


143.1 


1,483.3 


500.2 


650.4 


855.8 


349.5 


1,460.9 


503.7 


6,057.7 


428.4 


6,486.1 


S 


52.1 


69.7 


144.5 


1,507.0 


522.1 


660.7 


866.1 


350.2 


1,507.8 


521.3 


6,203.6 


438.2 


6,641.9 





51.7 


71.9 


148.5 


1,515.5 


535.4 


678.9 


875.2 


353.0 


1,414.9 


516.8 


6,180.6 


442.2 


6,622.7 


N 


51.3 


72.8 


152. 1 


1,526.0 


541. 1 


683.6 


876.6 


357.6 


1,425.3 


530.2 


6,244.4 


448.5 


6,692.9 


D 


50.9 


75.1 


154.9 


1,532.1 


542.6 


738.6 


888.5 


362.4 


1,574.2 


549.9 


6,505.7 


461.0 


6,966.7 


1975 J 


51.3 


73.0 


156.5 


1,523.3 


540.2 


710.5 


907.7 


370.1 


1,494.3 


532.2 


6,369.3 


456.7 


6,826.0 


Fp 


52.1 


70.0 


155.6 


1,523.3 


544. 1 


719.0 


914.1 


371.8 


1,499.5 


532.2 


6,387.7 


458.2 


6,845.9 


M P 


53.0 


80.5 


156.8 


1,529.8 


538.9 


727.7 


920.0 


372.4 


1,516.3 


547.3 


6,451.5 


460.2 


6,911.7 


A t 


53.9 


75.5 


158.4 


1,551.4 


531.5 


730.2 


930.0 


376.2 


1,519.8 


540.9 


6,472.7 


464.6 


6,937.3 



'Excludes military pay and allowances. includes fishing and trapping. Source: Estimates of Labour Income (72-005), Statistics Canada. 
t - Advance estimates. NOTE; Estimates may not add to totals due to rounding. 



41 



SECTION 
TABLE 3 



July, 1975 



Table 3: labour force characteristics of the population 14 years of age and over (thousands of persons) 





population 
1 4 years 
of age 
and over 


totol 

labour 

force 






employed 






unemployed 


not in the 

labour 

force 


participation 
rate 1 




average 

and 

month 


total 


agriculture 


non- 
agriculture 


pa 


d workers 




total 


non- 
agriculture 


unemployment 
rate 2 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


755000 


755001 
762838 


755002 
762363 


755009 
762365 


755016 
762366 


755003 
762364 


755017 
762367 


755023 
762368 


755033 
762377 


755040 
762378 


755041 
762868 



1973 




16,125 


9,279 


8,759 


467 


8,292 


7,757 


7,661 


520 


6,846 


57.5 


5.6 


1974 




16,562 


9,662 


9,137 


473 


8,664 

unadjusted for 


8,105 

seasonal 


8,006 

variation 


525 


6,900 


58.3 


5.4 


1973 


J 


16,104 


9,613 


9,110 


515 


8,595 


8,056 


7,936 


503 


6,491 


59.7 


5.2 




J 


16,135 


9,690 


9,229 


556 


8,674 


8,156 


8,017 


461 


6,445 


60.1 


4.8 




A 


16,169 


9,668 


9,235 


557 


8,678 


8,176 


8,029 


433 


6,501 


59.8 


4.5 




S 


16,210 


9,219 


8,798 


499 


8,299 


7,781 


7,675 


421 


6,991 


56.9 


4.6 







16,246 


9,311 


8,882 


461 


8,421 


7,898 


7,804 


429 


6,935 


57.3 


4.6 




N 


16,281 


9,2 97 


8,829 


416 


8,413 


7,875 


7,795 


468 


6,984 


57.1 


5.0 




D 


16,314 


9,298 


8,786 


391 


8,395 


7,833 


7,760 


512 


7,016 


57.0 


5.5 


1974 


J 


16,352 


9,283 


8,646 


386 


8,260 


7,708 


7,637 


637 


7,069 


56.8 


6.9 




F 


16,383 


9,306 


8,671 


400 


8,270 


7,715 


7,643 


635 


7,077 


56.8 


6.8 




M 


16,413 


9,331 


8,732 


424 


8,308 


7,744 


7,670 


599 


7,082 


56.9 


6.4 




A 


16,455 


9,441 


8,873 


465 


8,409 


7,846 


7,756 


568 


7,014 


57.4 


6.0 




M 


16,491 


9,676 


9,152 


499 


8,653 


8,071 


7,970 


524 


6,815 


58.7 


5.4 




J 


16,533 


9,868 


9,399 


534 


8,865 


8,314 


8,198 


469 


6,665 


59.7 


4.8 




J 


16,584 


10,140 


9,675 


566 


9,110 


8,573 


8,429 


465 


6,444 


61.1 


4.6 




A 


16,625 


10,152 


9,705 


542 


9,163 


8,626 


8,486 


447 


6,473 


61.1 


4.4 




S 


16,665 


9,649 


9,218 


517 


8,700 


8,156 


8,040 


431 


7,016 


57.9 


4.5 







16,703 


9,699 


9,269 


504 


8,765 


8,207 


8,100 


430 


7,004 


58.1 


4.4 




N 


16,749 


9,682 


9, 189 


431 


8,758 


8,180 


8,101 


493 


7,067 


57.8 


5.1 




D 


16,787 


9,715 


9,118 


409 


8,709 


8,121 


8,047 


597 


7,072 


57.9 


6.1 


1975 


J 


16,826 


9,683 


8,866 


398 


8,468 


7,884 


7,817 


817 


7,143 


57.5 


8.4 




F 


16,857 


9,713 


8,874 


397 


8,478 


7,918 


7,848 


839 


7,144 


57.6 


8.6 




M 


16,886 


9,786 


8,946 


406 


8,540 


7,938 


7,864 


840 


7,100 


58.0 


8.6 




A 


16,925 


9,804 


9,009 


445 


8,564 


7,976 


7,893 


795 


7,121 


57.9 


8.1 




M 


16,959 


1 0, 094 


9,379 


514 


8,865 


8,301 


8,188 


714 


6,865 


59.5 


7.1 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



M.C.D. 



1973 J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1974 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 

N 
D 



1975 



9,329 


8,824 


463 


8,361 


7,829 


7,732 


505 


6,774 


57.8 


5.4 


9,228 


8,729 


464 


8,289 


7,740 


7,655 


499 


6,904 


57.2 


5.4 


9,300 


8,793 


463 


8,342 


7,804 


7,712 


507 


' 6, 842 


57.6 


5.5 


9,310 


8,787 


453 


8,343 


7,805 


7,718 


523 


6,887 


57.5 


5.6 


9,367 


8,847 


442 


8,393 


7,871 


7,775 


520 


6,863 


57.7 


5.6 


9,406 


8,895 


457 


8,430 


7,896 


7,799 


511 


6,866 


57.8 


5.4 


9,429 


8,922 


455 


8,456 


7,919 


7,817 


507 


6,887 


57.8 


5.4 


9,514 


8,997 


459 


8,526 


7,976 


7,872 


517 


6,872 


58.1 


5.4 


9,538 


9,013 


487 


8,520 


7,974 


7,868 


525 


6,869 


58.2 


5.5 


9,546 


9,028 


491 


8,545 


7,994 


7,888 


518 


6,882 


58.2 


5.4 


9,589 


9,067 


477 


8,583 


8,033 


7,929 


522 


6,881 


58.3 


5.4 


9,605 


9,071 


464 


8,606 


8,040 


7,946 


534 


6,888 


58.2 


5.6 


9,577 


9,105 


480 


8,624 


8,081 


7,988 


472 


6,956 


57.8 


4.9 


9,655 


9,149 


473 


8,704 


8,133 


8,045 


506 


6,906 


58.1 


5.2 


9,761 


9,239 


451 


8,806 


8,233 


8,150 


522 


6,817 


58.9 


5.3 


9,747 


9,215 


470 


8,755 


8,189 


8,092 


532 


6,910 


58.6 


5.5 


9,759 


9,239 


483 


8,742 


8,184 


8,076 


520 


6,931 


58.6 


5.3 


9,800 


9,263 


475 


8,780 


8,206 


8,109 


537 


6,948 


58.6 


5.5 


9,855 


9,265 


478 


8,779 


8,214 


8,112 


590 


6,945 


58.7 


6.0 


9,887 


9,227 


476 


8,742 


8,165 


8,065 


660 


6,941 


58.8 


6.7 


9,897 


9,221 


479 


8,733 


8,176 


8,075 


676 


6,935 


58.9 


6.8 


9,956 


9,244 


469 


8,772 


8,182 


8,080 


712 


6,911 


59.1 


7.2 


9,925 


9,208 


457 


8,740 


8,163 


8,067 


717 


6,979 


58.7 


7.2 


1 0, 005 


9,290 


473 


8,807 


8,270 


8,163 


715 


6,946 


59.0 


7.1 



'The labour force os a percentage of the population 14 years of age and over. The participation rote for a porticular group (age, sex etc.) is the labour force 
in that group expressed as a percentage of the population for that group. Seasonally-adjusted participation rates ore obtoined by direct adjustment (i.e. by dividing 
the unadjusted participation rate by the seasonal factor). 2 The unemployed as a percentage of the labour force. The unemployment rote for o particular group (age, 
sex, etc.) is the unemployed in that group expressed as a percentage of the labour force for that group. Seosonally-odjusted rotes are calculated by dividing sea- 
sonally-adjusted unemployment by the sum of seasonally-adjusted employment and seasonally-adjusted unemployment (i, e. seasonally-adjusted labour force by 
summation) . 

Note: Excludes inmates of institutions, members of the armed services, Indians living on reserves and residents of the Yukon and Northwest Territories. The 
estimatesare derived from a samplesurvey and are subjectto sampling error. In general, the smaller the estimate, the lorger is the relative sampling error. For other 
explanatory material see notes at the end of Catalogue No. 71-001. 

Source: The Labour Force (71-001 Monthly) and Seasonally adjusted labour force statistics - January 1953 - December 1974 (71.201 Annual*, Statistics 
Canada. 



42 



July, 1975 
























SECTION 4 






























TABLE 4 








Ta 


ble 4: sel 


ected series* by sex 


and main 


age group 


(thousands 


of persons) 














Tabl 


e 4. 1 : employed 










Table 


4.2: unemployed 






annual 








14-24 














14-24 








average 
and 

month 




total 




years 


25 


years and 


over 




total 




years 


25 


years anc 


over 


both 






both 


both 






both 






both 


both 








sexes 


men 


women 


sexes 


sexes 


men 


women 


sexes 


men 


women 


sexes 


sexes 


men 


women 


CANSIM 


755002 


755537 


756045 


755397 


755436 


755952 


756447 


755023 


755558 


756066 


755400 


755439 


755955 


756450 


S. A. 


762363 


762418 


762463 


762398 


762402 


762447 


762492 


762368 


762422 


762467 


762399 


762403 


762448 


762493 


1973 


8,759 


5,767 


2,992 


2,268 


6,491 


4,470 


2,021 


520 


360 


160 


251 


270 


197 


73 


1974 


9,137 


5,976 


3,161 


2,417 


6,720 


4,591 


2,129 


525 


361 


163 


258 


266 


194 


72 












unadjusted f 


Dr seasonal 


variation 














1973 J 


9,110 


6,022 


3,088 


2,523 


6,588 


4,549 


2,038 


503 


331 


172 


294 


209 


144 


65 


J 


9,229 


6,159 


3,070 


2,743 


6,486 


4,541 


1,945 


461 


305 


156 


262 


199 


142 


57 


A 


9,235 


6,155 


3,080 


2,729 


6,506 


4,550 


1,956 


433 


278 


155 


228 


206 


140 


66 


S 


8,798 


5,813 


2,985 


2,201 


6,597 


4,552 


2,045 


421 


261 


160 


213 


208 


138 


71 





8,882 


5,859 


3,023 


2,232 


6,649 


4,578 


2,072 


429 


263 


166 


211 


219 


142 


76 


N 


8,829 


5,776 


3,053 


2,227 


6,601 


4,522 


2,079 


468 


321 


147 


222 


246 


178 


68 


D 


8,786 


5,726 


3,060 


2,223 


6,564 


4,487 


2,076 


512 


374 


138 


238 


274 


214 


61 


1974 J 


8,646 


5,632 


3,014 


2,147 


6,499 


4,434 


2,065 


637 


462 


175 


291 


346 


265 


81 


F 


8,671 


5,652 


3,019 


2,156 


6,514 


4,446 


2,069 


635 


472 


163 


289 


346 


271 


75 


M 


8,732 


5,685 


3,047 


2,181 


6,550 


4,460 


2,091 


599 


438 


161 


262 


336 


261 


76 


A 


8,873 


5,784 


3,089 


2,231 


6,642 


4,516 


2,126 


568 


413 


155 


259 


309 


236 


73 


M 


9,152 


5,997 


3,155 


2,415 


6,737 


4,596 


2,141 


524 


369 


155 


267 


257 


190 


67 


J 


9,399 


6,174 


3,225 


2,591 


6,808 


4,653 


2,155 


469 


306 


163 


266 


203 


139 


64 


J 


9,675 


6,376 


3,299 


2,919 


6,756 


4,666 


2,090 


465 


303 


162 


272 


193 


129 


64 


A 


9,705 


6,413 


3,292 


2,919 


6,786 


4,697 


2,089 


447 


280 


167 


240 


208 


134 


74 


s 


9,218 


6,069 


3,149 


2,357 


6,860 


4,709 


2,151 


431 


261 


170 


224 


207 


135 


72 


o 


9,269 


6,048 


3,221 


2,390 


6,878 


4,683 


2,195 


430 


275 


155 


215 


216 


146 


69 


N 


9,189 


5,996 


3,193 


2,360 


6,829 


4,651 


2,178 


493 


327 


166 


240 


253 


178 


75 


D 


9,118 


5,889 


3,229 


2,339 


6,779 


4,577 


2,202 


597 


431 


166 


276 


320 


240 


80 


1975 J 


8,866 


5,709 


3,157 


2,200 


6,666 


4,483 


2,182 


817 


598 


218 


370 


447 


344 


103 


F 


8,874 


5,710 


3,164 


2,195 


6,679 


4,491 


2,188 


839 


615 


224 


378 


460 


350 


110 


M 


8,946 


5,736 


3,210 


2,205 


6,741 


4,513 


2,228 


840 


604 


236 


379 


460 


342 


118 


A 


9,009 


5,767 


3,241 


2,212 


6,796 


4,544 


2,253 


795 


577 


218 


368 


426 


318 


108 


M 


9,379 


6,031 


3,348 


2,450 


6,929 


4,637 


2,292 


714 


499 


215 


357 


358 


260 


97 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 J 


8,824 


5,796 


3,020 


2,322 


6,492 


4,469 


2,023 


505 


345 


157 


243 


262 


184 


76 


J 


8,729 


5,770 


2,961 


2,269 


6,467 


4,468 


1,998 


499 


341 


156 


237 


263 


187 


72 


A 


8,793 


5,780 


3,012 


2,279 


6,499 


4,474 


2,031 


507 


345 


157 


243 


264 


189 


74 


S 


8,787 


5,774 


3,012 


2,283 


6,508 


4,473 


2,029 


523 


356 


164 


258 


265 


190 


77 


o 


8,847 


5,831 


3,010 


2,296 


6,548 


4,508 


2,039 


520 


348 


170 


258 


264 


187 


73 


N 


8,895 


5,836 


3,056 


2,329 


6,566 


4,510 


2,057 


511 


359 


151 


253 


259 


192 


67 


D 


8,922 


5,877 


3,044 


2,341 


6,583 


4,534 


2,047 


507 


353 


155 


258 


252 


191 


61 


1974 J 


8,997 


5,898 


3,097 


2,370 


6,634 


4,547 


2,084 


517 


362 


156 


259 


262 


196 


65 


F 


9,013 


5,917 


3,098 


2,379 


6,636 


4,555 


2,081 


525 


369 


155 


267 


263 


199 


64 


M 


9,028 


5,920 


3,100 


2,391 


6,647 


4,559 


2,084 


518 


358 


164 


251 


267 


200 


69 


A 


9,067 


5,958 


3,135 


2,394 


6,675 


4,579 


2,108 


522 


362 


158 


254 


266 


195 


71 


M 


9,071 


5,922 


3,147 


2,391 


6,680 


4,560 


2,118 


534 


378 


160 


257 


271 


198 


73 


J 


9,105 


5,942 


3,155 


2,386 


6,708 


4,571 


2,139 


472 


320 


150 


221 


255 


179 


75 


J 


9,149 


5,973 


3,180 


2,415 


6,737 


4,591 


2,147 


506 


340 


163 


248 


255 


170 


81 


A 


9,239 


6,024 


3,217 


2,436 


6,781 


4,620 


2,168 


522 


347 


170 


256 


266 


181 


84 


S 


9,215 


6,032 


3,183 


2,448 


6,773 


4,630 


2,137 


532 


354 


173 


270 


262 


185 


77 





9,239 


6,023 


3,210 


2,462 


6,777 


4,614 


2,161 


520 


362 


159 


261 


260 


192 


66 


N 


9,263 


6,062 


3,198 


2,470 


6,796 


4,641 


2,157 


537 


366 


171 


273 


265 


192 


74 


D 


9,265 


6,049 


3,214 


2,464 


6,803 


4,627 


2,172 


590 


405 


186 


298 


295 


213 


80 


1975 J 


9,227 


5,976 


3,241 


2,427 


6,799 


4,595 


2,198 


660 


465 


191 


325 


335 


251 


82 


F 


9,221 


5,980 


3,239 


2,420 


6,798 


4,594 


2,201 


676 


466 


210 


334 


347 


252 


93 


M 


9,244 


5,978 


3,265 


2,420 


6,824 


4,598 


2,220 


712 


484 


228 


353 


364 


260 


106 


A 


9,208 


5,929 


3,280 


2,381 


6,823 


4,594 


2,231 


717 


496 


218 


354 


367 


263 


105 


M 


9,290 


5,969 


3,323 


2,427 


6,864 


4,605 


2,261 


715 


501 


219 


348 


374 


270 


104 



See footnotes, Table 3. 

*ln addition to the selected Labour Force information published here, there are approximately 2,100 Labour Force series available on CANSIM. The series 
provide basic labour force characteristics, by geographic area, age, sex and marital status. 



43 



SECTION 4 
TABLE 4 - 



cone luded 



July, 1975 



Table 4: selected series by sex and main age group (thousands of persons) 









Table 4.3 


participat 


on rates' 










Table 4.4. 


unemployment rates 2 




annual 
average 
and 
month 




total 




14-24 
years 


25 


years and 


over 




total 




14-24 
years 


25 years and 


over 


both 
sexes 


men 


women 


both 
sexes 


both 
sexes 


men 


women 


both 
sexes 


men 


women 


both 
sexes 


both 

sexes men 


women 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


755040 
762378 


755575 

762423 


756083 
762468 


755408 
762400 


755447 
762404 


755963 
762449 


756470 
762494 


755041 
762868 


755576 
762877 


756084 
762886 


755409 
762869 


755448 755964 
762870 762879 


756471 
762888 



1973 


57.5 


76.8 


38.7 


54.1 


59.0 


83.3 


35.7 


5.6 


1974 


58.3 


77.3 


39.7 


55.9 


59.3 


83.3 


36.5 


5.4 



5.9 
5.7 



5.1 
4.9 



10.0 
9.6 



4.0 
3.8 



4.2 
4.1 



3.5 
3.3 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 


J 


59.7 


79.7 


40.1 


60.6 


59.4 


83.9 


35.9 


5.2 


5.2 


5.3 


10.4 


3.1 


3.1 


3.1 




J 


60.1 


81.0 


39.6 


64.5 


58.3 


83.6 


34.1 


4.8 


4.7 


4.8 


8.7 


3.0 


3.0 


2.8 




A 


59.8 


80.4 


39.6 


63.3 


58.4 


83.5 


34.4 


4.5 


4.3 


4.8 


7.7 


3.1 


3.0 


3.3 




S 


56.9 


75.7 


38.4 


51.5 


59.0 


83.3 


35.9 


4.6 


4.3 


5.1 


8.8 


3.1 


2.9 


3.4 







57.3 


76.2 


38.9 


52.0 


59.5 


83.7 


36.3 


4.6 


4.3 


5.2 


8.6 


3.2 


3.0 


3.5 




N 


57.1 


75.7 


38.9 


52.1 


59.2 


83.2 


36.2 


5.0 


5.3 


4.6 


9.1 


3.6 


3.8 


3.2 




D 


57.0 


75.6 


38.8 


52.2 


58.9 


83.0 


36.0 


5.5 


6.1 


4.3 


9.7 


4.0 


4.6 


2.9 


1974 


J 


56.8 


75.3 


38.6 


51.6 


58.9 


82.8 


36.0 


6.9 


7.6 


5.5 


11.9 


5.1 


5.6 


3.8 




F 


56.8 


75.6 


38.4 


51.7 


58.9 


83.0 


35.9 


6.8 


7.7 


5.1 


11.8 


5.0 


5.7 


3.5 




M 


56.9 


75.4 


38.7 


51.5 


59.0 


82.9 


36.3 


6.4 


7.2 


5.0 


10.7 


4.9 


5.5 


3.5 




A 


57.4 


76.1 


39.0 


52.4 


59.4 


83.3 


36.7 


6.0 


6.7 


4.8 


10.4 


4.4 


5.0 


3.3 




M 


58.7 


78.0 


39.7 


56.3 


59.6 


83.7 


36.8 


5.4 


5.8 


4.7 


10.0 


3.7 


4.0 


3.0 




J 


59.7 


79.2 


40.6 


59.8 


59.6 


83.5 


36.9 


4.8 


4.7 


4.8 


9.3 


2.9 


2.9 


2.9 




J 


61.1 


81.4 


41.3 


66.6 


58.9 


83.3 


35.7 


4.6 


4.5 


4.7 


8.5 


2.8 


2.7 


3.0 




A 


61.1 


81.4 


41.2 


65.8 


59.1 


83.7 


35.7 


4.4 


4.2 


4.8 


7.6 


3.0 


2.8 


3.4 




S 


57.9 


76.8 


39.4 


53.6 


59.6 


83.7 


36.6 


4.5 


4.1 


5.1 


8.7 


2.9 


2.8 


3.2 







58.1 


76.5 


40.0 


54.0 


59.7 


83.3 


37.2 


4.4 


4.3 


4.6 


8.3 


3.0 


3.0 


3.0 




N 


57.8 


76.3 


39.7 


53.8 


59.4 


83.1 


36.9 


5.1 


5.2 


4.9 


9.2 


3.6 


3.7 


3.3 




D 


57.9 


76.1 


40.0 


54.0 


59.4 


82.7 


37.3 


6.1 


6.8 


4.9 


10.6 


4.5 


5.0 


3.5 


1975 


J 


57.5 


75.8 


39.7 


52.9 


59.4 


82.7 


37.3 


8.4 


9.5 


6.5 


14.4 


6.3 


7.1 


4.5 




F 


57.6 


75.8 


39.8 


52.9 


59.5 


82.8 


37.4 


8.6 


9.7 


6.6 


14.7 


6.4 


7.2 


4.8 




M 


58.0 


75.9 


40.4 


53.0 


59.9 


82.9 


38.1 


8.6 


9.5 


6.8 


14.7 


6.4 


7.0 


5.0 




A 


57.9 


75.8 


40.4 


52.8 


60.0 


82.8 


38.3 


8.1 


9.1 


6.3 


14.3 


5.9 


6.5 


4.6 




M 


59.5 


77.8 


41.6 


57.4 


60.4 


83.3 

adjusted for 


38.7 

seasona 


7.1 

variation 


7.6 


6.0 


12.7 


4.9 


5.3 


4.1 


M.C. 


D. 


4 


4 


3 


4 


3 


4 


3 
















1973 


J 


57.8 


76.9 


39.1 


55.0 


59.1 


83.3 


35.8 


5.4 


5.6 


4.9 


9.5 


3.9 


4.0 


3.6 




J 


57.2 


76.7 


38.2 


53.7 


58.7 


83.2 


35.2 


5.4 


5.6 


5.0 


9.5 


3.9 


4.0 


3.5 




A 


57.6 


76.7 


38.8 


54.1 


58.9 


83.1 


35.8 


5.5 


5.6 


5.0 


9.6 


3.9 


4.1 


3.5 




S 


57.5 


76.5 


38.8 


54.2 


58.8 


82.9 


35.8 


5.6 


5.8 


5.2 


10.2 


3.9 


4.1 


3.7 







57.7 


77.1 


38.7 


54.4 


59.1 


83.5 


35.7 


5.6 


5.6 


5.3 


10.1 


3.9 


4.0 


3.5 




N 


57.8 


77.0 


39.0 


55.0 


59.1 


83.3 


35.8 


5.4 


5.8 


4.7 


9.8 


3.8 


4.1 


3.2 




D 


57.8 


77.1 


38.8 


55.1 


58.9 


83.4 


35.5 


5.4 


5.7 


4.8 


9.9 


3.7 


4.0 


2.9 


1974 


J 


58.1 


77.2 


39.4 


55.5 


59.2 


83.4 


36.0 


5.4 


5.8 


4.8 


9.9 


3.8 


4.1 


3.0 




F 


58.2 


77.7 


39.3 


55.9 


59.2 


83.6 


35.9 


5.5 


5.9 


4.8 


10.1 


3.8 


4.2 


3.0 




M 


58.2 


77.3 


39.3 


55.8 


59.1 


83.3 


36.0 


5.4 


5.7 


5.0 


9.5 


3.9 


4.2 


3.2 




A 


58.3 


77.3 


39.6 


55.8 


59.3 


83.5 


36.4 


5.4 


5.7 


4.8 


9.6 


3.8 


4.1 


3.3 




M 


58.2 


77.2 


39.7 


55.6 


59.3 


83.2 


36.6 


5.6 


6.0 


4.8 


9.7 


3.9 


4.2 


3.3 




J 


57.8 


76.5 


39.6 


54.3 


59.3 


82.9 


36.8 


4.9 


5.1 


4.5 


8.5 


3.7 


3.8 


3.4 




J 


58.1 


77.1 


39.8 


55.5 


59.3 


82.9 


36.8 


5.2 


5.4 


4.9 


9.3 


3.6 


3.6 


3.6 




A 


58.9 


77.7 


40.4 


56.2 


59.6 


83.4 


37.1 


5.3 


5.4 


5.0 


9.5 


3.8 


3.8 


3.7 




S 


58.6 


77.7 


39.8 


56.5 


59.4 


83.4 


36.5 


5.5 


5.5 


5.2 


9.9 


3.7 


3.8 


3.5 







58.6 


77.4 


39.9 


56.6 


59.3 


83.1 


36.6 


5.3 


5.7 


4.7 


9.6 


3.7 


4.0 


3.0 




N 


58.6 


77.7 


39.8 


56.8 


59.3 


83.2 


36.6 


5.5 


5.7 


5.1 


10.0 


3.8 


4.0 


3.3 




D 


58.7 


77.7 


40.1 


57.0 


59.4 


83.2 


36.8 


6.0 


6.3 


5.5 


10.8 


4.2 


4.4 


3.6 


1975 


J 


58.8 


77.7 


40.4 


56.9 


59.6 


83.2 


37.2 


6.7 


7.2 


5.6 


11.8 


4.7 


5.2 


3.6 




F 


58.9 


77.6 


40.5 


57.1 


59.7 


83.3 


37.4 


6.8 


7.2 


6.1 


12.5 


4.9 


5.2 


4.1 




M 


59.1 


77.6 


40.9 


57.3 


59.9 


83.3 


37.8 


7.2 


7.5 


6.5 


13.0 


5.1 


5.4 


4.6 




A 


58.7 


77.0 


40.8 


56.3 


59.9 


83.0 


37.9 


7.2 


7.7 


6.2 


12.9 


5.1 


5.4 


4.5 




M 


59.0 


77.1 


41.3 


56.7 


60.0 


82.9 


38.2 


7.1 


7.7 


6.2 


12.5 


5.2 


5.5 


4.4 



See footnotes, Table 3. 



44 



July, 


1975 
























SECTION 4 
TABLE 5 






Tabl 


e 5: labour 


force characteristics 


of the popu 


lotion 14 years of age and over, by 


region (thousands of persons) 






il 






Table 5.1 


: labour force 








Table 5. 


2: employed 






annuc 


























avera_ 


ge 




Atlantic 






Prairie 






Atlantic 






Prairie 




and month 


Canada 


prov. 


Que. 


Ont. 


prov. 


B. C. 


Canada 


prov. 


Que. 


Ont. 


prov. 


B.C. 


CANSIM 


755001 


756559 


757672 


758222 


759155 


759407 


755002 


756560 


757673 


758223 


759156 


760807 


S.A. 




762838 


762863 


762864 


762865 


762866 


762867 


762363 


762500 


762515 


762530 


762545 


762560 


1973 




9,279 


742 


2,542 


3,509 


1,484 


1,002 


8,759 


676 


2,353 


3,366 


1,426 


937 


1974 




9,662 


777 


2,618 


3,671 


1,537 


1,060 


9,137 


702 


2,427 


3,519 


1,494 


996 














unadjusted for seasona 


1 variation 












1973 


J 


9,613 


775 


2,633 


3,649 


1,526 


1,030 


9,110 


719 


2,444 


3,499 


1,481 


967 




J 


9,690 


798 


2,674 


3,635 


1,538 


1,045 


9,229 


741 


2,505 


3,506 


1,489 


988 




A 


9,668 


797 


2,684 


3,623 


1,534 


1,030 


9,235 


749 


2,520 


3,500 


1,483 


983 




s 


9,219 


749 


2,540 


3,443 


1,494 


993 


8,798 


703 


2,386 


3,315 


1,452 


942 







9,311 


747 


2,547 


3,514 


1,490 


1,013 


8,882 


695 


2,395 


3,386 


1,449 


957 




N 


9,297 


743 


2,552 


3,525 


1,479 


998 


8,829 


682 


2,381 


3,408 


1,422 


936 




D 


9,298 


741 


2,538 


3,545 


1,471 


1,003 


8,786 


671 


2,347 


3,407 


1,420 


941 


1974 


J 


9,283 


744 


2,533 


3,532 


1,466 


1,008 


8,646 


650 


2,293 


3,359 


1,406 


938 




F 


9,306 


738 


2,532 


3,547 


1,476 


1,013 


8,671 


643 


2,299 


3,364 


1,418 


947 




M 


9,331 


736 


2,530 


3,564 


1,484 


1,017 


8,732 


646 


2,312 


3,390 


1,428 


956 




A 


9,441 


743 


2,563 


3,594 


1,503 


1,038 


8,873 


653 


2,347 


3,444 


1,453 


976 




M 


9,676 


776 


2,604 


3,684 


1,552 


1,060 


9, 152 


697 


2,401 


3,545 


1,507 


1,002 




J 


9,868 


795 


2,645 


3,768 


1,589 


1,071 


9,399 


730 


2,480 


3,620 


1,555 


1,014 




J 


10,140 


835 


2,751 


3,826 


1,611 


1,117 


9,675 


771 


2,585 


3,685 


1,578 


1,056 




A 


10,152 


831 


2,764 


3,850 


1,606 


1,101 


9,705 


773 


2,605 


3,710 


1,573 


1,044 




S 


9,649 


784 


2,608 


3,649 


1,535 


1,073 


9,218 


726 


2,459 


3,514 


1,504 


1,015 







9,699 


784 


2,615 


3,673 


1,560 


1,067 


9,269 


728 


2,466 


3,541 


1,532 


1,002 




N 


9,682 


783 


2,630 


3,666 


1,530 


1,073 


9,189 


718 


2,460 


3,521 


1,495 


995 




D 


9,715 


773 


2,635 


3,695 


1,532 


1,080 


9,118 


685 


2,418 


3,531 


1,483 


1,001 


1975 


J 


9,683 


768 


2,626 


3,695 


1,530 


1,064 


8,866 


656 


2,355 


3,431 


1,462 


962 




F 


9,713 


771 


2,629 


3,692 


1,537 


1,084 


8,874 


654 


2,343 


3,431 


1,469 


977 




M 


9,786 


769 


2,656 


3,722 


1,549 


1,090 


8,946 


652 


2,370 


3,450 


1,485 


988 




A 


9,804 


774 


2,631 


3,736 


1,557 


1,107 


9,009 


662 


2,358 


3,487 


1,487 


1,014 




M 


10,094 


809 


2,684 


3,841 


1,623 

adjusts 


1,136 

:d for seasonal 


9,379 

variation 


702 


2,451 


3,605 


1,569 


1,053 


M.C. 


D. 














2 


4 


3 


2 


3 


2 


1973 


J 


9,329 


747 


2,568 


3,535 


1,475 


1,004 


8, £24 


680 


2,375 


3,402 


1,419 


942 




J 


9,228 


740 


2,544 


3,490 


1,465 


1,000 


8,729 


674 


2,362 


3,354 


1,411 


939 




A 


9,300 


747 


2,558 


3,516 


1,473 


1,003 


8,793 


684 


2,371 


3,376 


1,412 


946 




S 


9,310 


747 


2,564 


3,494 


1,487 


1,007 


8,787 


684 


2,370 


3,340 


1,433 


945 







9,367 


751 


2,562 


3,558 


1,487 


1,022 


8,847 


681 


2,377 


3,403 


1,435 


960 




N 


9,406 


753 


2,568 


3,567 


1,505 


1,010 


8,895 


683 


2,380 


3,434 


1,447 


951 




D 


9,429 


763 


2,570 


3,575 


1,505 


1,017 


8,922 


694 


2,380 


3,431 


1,459 


958 


1974 


J 


9,514 


770 


2,583 


3,593 


1,524 


1,034 


8,997 


699 


2,387 


3,445 


1,478 


976 




F 


9,538 


770 


2,594 


3,612 


1,534 


1,029 


9,013 


698 


2,399 


3,459 


1,488 


970 




M 


9,546 


766 


2,589 


3,623 


1,529 


1,031 


9,028 


694 


2,398 


3,472 


1,483 


974 




A 


9,589 


765 


2,621 


3,637 


1,526 


1,043 


9,067 


692 


2,426 


3,498 


1,481 


983 




M 


9,605 


766 


2,609 


3,659 


1,521 


1,050 


9,071 


689 


2,409 


3,513 


1,471 


991 




J 


9,577 


769 


2,579 


3,653 


1,532 


1,044 


9,105 


691 


2,411 


3,521 


1,489 


988 




J 


9,655 


775 


2,617 


3,677 


1,533 


1,069 


9,149 


701 


2,438 


3,527 


1,496 


1,003 




A 


9,761 


781 


2,631 


3,739 


1,539 


1,075 


9,239 


705 


2,450 


3,580 


1,500 


1,005 




S 


9,747 


787 


2,631 


3,703 


1,525 


1,090 


9,215 


707 


2,444 


3,542 


1,485 


1,020 







9,759 


789 


2,631 


3,720 


1,554 


1,078 


9,239 


714 


2,449 


3,561 


1,519 


1,006 




N 


9,800 


794 


2,647 


3,715 


1,558 


1,085 


9,263 


720 


2,460 


3,550 


1,522 


1,011 




D 


9,855 


796 


2,669 


3,727 


1,568 


1,096 


9,265 


709 


2,454 


3,557 


1,524 


1,021 


1975 


J 


9,887 


792 


2,670 


3,744 


1,581 


1,086 


9,227 


708 


2,455 


3,520 


1,531 


1,005 




F 


9,897 


795 


2,680 


3,749 


1,579 


1,095 


9,221 


708 


2,449 


3,539 


1,527 


1,002 




M 


9,956 


793 


2,703 


3,766 


1,584 


1,101 


9,244 


701 


2,459 


3,539 


1,533 


1,008 




A 


9,925 


793 


2,677 


3,768 


1,576 


1,109 


9,208 


703 


2,435 


3,540 


1,517 


1,019 




M 


10,005 


799 


2,689 


3,806 


1,589 


1,122 


9,290 


700 


2,458 


3,566 


1,532 


1,036 



See footnotes, Table 3. 



45 



SECTION 4 
























July, 19731 


TABLE 5 


- continued 




























Table 5: 


abour 1 


orce 


character 


sties of the 


population 


14 years of 


age and over 


by region 


(thousands 


of persons 


) — continued 




I 






Table 5.3: employed in non-a 


griculture 








Table 5.4: 


unemployed 






annua 






























average 




Atlantic 






Prairie 






Atlantic 






Prairie 




and month 


Canada 


prov 




Que. 


Ont. 


prov. 


B.C. 


Canada 


prov. 


Que. 


Ont. 


prov. 


B.C. 


CANSIM 


755016 


756574 


757687 


758237 


758787 


760911 


755023 


756581 


757694 


758244 


758794 


760937 


S. A. 




762366 


762503 


762518 


762533 


762548 


762563 


762368 


762505 


762520 


762535 


762550 


762565 


1973 




8,292 


656 




2,265 


3,245 


1,210 


917 


520 


66 


189 


142 


58 


65 


1974 




8,664 


680 




2,343 


3,398 


1,268 


975 


525 


75 


190 


152 


43 


64 
















unadjus 


ted for seasonal variation 












1973 


J 


8,595 


699 




2,341 


3,357 


1,253 


945 


503 


56 


189 


150 


45 


63 




J 


8,674 


717 




2,391 


3,369 


1,241 


954 


461 


57 


169 


129 


49 


57 




A 


8,678 


721 




2,411 


3,357 


1,234 


955 


433 


48 


164 


123 


51 


47 




S 


8,299 


678 




2,295 


3,199 


1,204 


923 


421 


46 


154 


128 


42 


51 







8,421 


673 




2,307 


3,277 


1,225 


939 


429 


52 


152 


128 


41 


56 




N 


8,413 


662 




2,307 


3,305 


1,221 


918 


468 


61 


171 


117 


57 


62 




D 


8,395 


654 




2,280 


3,302 


1,235 


925 


512 


70 


191 


138 


51 


62 



1974 J 


8,260 


632 


2,227 


3,256 


1,220 


924 


637 


94 


240 


173 


60 


70 


F 


8,270 


625 


2,231 


3,254 


1,230 


930 


635 


95 


233 


183 


58 


66 


M 


8,308 


62 7 


2,238 


3,274 


1,232 


937 


599 


90 


218 


174 


56 


61 


A 


8,409 


634 


2,268 


3,316 


1,237 


954 


568 


90 


216 


150 


50 


62 


M 


8,653 


676 


2,312 


3,417 


1,268 


980 


524 


79 


203 


139 


45 


58 


J 


8,865 


706 


2,385 


3,491 


1,293 


990 


469 


65 


165 


148 


34 


57 


J 


9,110 


744 


2,475 


3,548 


1,318 


1,025 


465 


64 


166 


141 


33 


61 


A 


9, 163 


745 


2,503 


3,574 


1,317 


1,024 


447 


58 


159 


140 


33 


57 


S 


8,700 


704 


2,370 


3,387 


1,247 


992 


431 


58 


149 


135 


31 


58 





8,765 


702 


2,381 


3,427 


1,273 


982 


430 


56 


149 


132 


28 


65 


N 


8,758 


698 


2,377 


3,415 


1,291 


976 


493 


65 


170 


145 


35 


78 


D 


8,709 


667 


2,344 


3,421 


1,293 


984 


597 


88 


217 


164 


49 


79 


1975 J 


8,468 


639 


2,283 


3,325 


1,274 


947 


817 


112 


271 


264 


67 


102 


F 


8,478 


636 


2,271 


3,332 


1,278 


960 


839 


117 


286 


261 


68 


107 


M 


8,540 


634 


2,300 


3,350 


1,291 


965 


840 


118 


286 


272 


64 


101 


A 


8,564 


642 


2,285 


3,371 


1,277 


988 


795 


111 


273 


248 


69 


93 


M 


8,865 


680 


2,359 


3,473 


1,328 


1,026 


714 


107 


233 


236 


54 


83 



M.C.D. 



adjusted for seasonal variation 
3 2 2 



1973 J 


8,361 


661 


2,283 


3,267 


1,210 


923 


505 


67 


193 


133 


56 


62 


J 


8,289 


657 


2,274 


3,239 


1,190 


918 


499 


66 


182 


136 


54 


61 


A 


8,342 


663 


2,287 


3,262 


1,199 


922 


507 


63 


187 


140 


61 


57 


S 


8,343 


662 


2,284 


3,234 


1,226 


926 


523 


63 


194 


154 


54 


62 





8,393 


662 


2,291 


3,289 


1,229 


942 


520 


70 


185 


155 


52 


62 


N 


8,430 


662 


2,297 


3,322 


1,228 


929 


511 


70 


188 


133 


58 


59 


D 


8,456 


673 


2,297 


3,313 


1,242 


936 


507 


69 


190 


144 


46 


59 


1974 J 


8,526 


677 


2,304 


3,323 


1,255 


960 


517 


71 


196 


148 


46 


58 


F 


8,520 


674 


2,310 


3,333 


1,258 


947 


525 


72 


195 


153 


46 


59 


M 


8,545 


672 


2,317 


3,341 


1,258 


952 


518 


72 


191 


151 


46 


57 


A 


8,583 


670 


2,342 


3,366 


1,256 


962 


522 


73 


195 


139 


45 


60 


M 


8,606 


670 


2,326 


3,398 


1,254 


967 


534 


77 


200 


146 


50 


59 


J 


8,624 


668 


2,327 


3,398 


1,248 


968 


472 


78 


168 


132 


43 


56 


J 


8,704 


682 


2,353 


3,412 


1,264 


986 


506 


74 


179 


150 


37 


66 


A 


8,806 


684 


2,373 


3,4 73 


1,280 


989 


522 


76 


181 


159 


39 


70 


S 


8,755 


688 


2,361 


3,426 


1,272 


997 


532 


80 


187 


161 


40 


70 





8,742 


691 


2,366 


3,441 


1,279 


985 


520 


75 


182 


159 


35 


72 


N 


8,780 


698 


2,368 


3,435 


1,299 


989 


537 


74 


187 


165 


36 


74 


D 


8,779 


687 


2,363 


3,433 


1,300 


997 


590 


87 


215 


170 


44 


75 


1975 J 


8,742 


686 


2,363 


3,396 


1,306 


988 


660 


84 


215 


224 


50 


81 


F 


8,733 


687 


2,356 


3,409 


1,303 


978 


676 


87 


231 


210 


52 


93 


M 


8,772 


679 


2,377 


3,419 


1,314 


981 


712 


92 


244 


227 


51 


93 


A 


8,740 


678 


2,357 


3,422 


1,297 


993 


717 


90 


242 


228 


59 


90 


M 


8,807 


675 


2,371 


3,449 


1,313 


1,011 


715 


99 


231 


240 


57 


86 



See footnotes, Table 3. 



46 



July, 1975 



SECTION 4 
TABLE 5 - concluded 



Table 5: labour force cbaracteristics of the population 14 years of age and over, by region (thousands of persons) — concluded 



annuc 


il 

9 e 






Table 5.5: 


participation 


rates' 








Table 5.6: 


unemployment rates 2 




avera 


























and 






Atlantic 






Prairie 






Atlantic 






Prairie 




month 


Canada 


prov. 


Que. 


Ont. 


prov. 


B.C. 


Canada 


prov. 


Que. 


Ont. 


prov. 


B.C. 


CANSIM 


755040 


756595 


757708 


758258 


758808 


759561 


755041 


756596 


757709 


758259 


758809 


759596 


S.A. 




762378 


762507 


762522 


762537 


762552 


762567 


762868 


762893 


762894 


762895 


762896 


762897 


1973 




57.5 


50.5 


56.2 


59.7 


58.4 


58.4 


5.6 


8.9 


7.4 


4.0 


3.9 


6.5 


1974 




58.3 


51.6 


56.7 


60.7 


59.2 


59.3 


5.4 


9.7 


7.3 


4.1 


2.8 


6.0 














unadjusted for seasonal variation 












1973 


J 


59.7 


52.8 


58.3 


62.2 


60.1 


60.2 


5.2 


7.2 


7.2 


4.1 


2.9 


6.1 




J 


60.1 


54.2 


59.1 


61.9 


60.5 


60.9 


4.8 


7.1 


6.3 


3.5 


3.2 


5.5 




A 


59.8 


54.1 


59.2 


61.5 


60.2 


59.8 


4.5 


6.0 


6.1 


3.4 


3.3 


4.6 




S 


56.9 


50.7 


55.9 


58.3 


58.5 


57.4 


4.6 


6.1 


6.1 


3.7 


2.8 


5.1 







57.3 


50.5 


56.0 


59.3 


58.3 


58.4 


4.6 


7.0 


6.0 


3.6 


2.8 


5.5 




N 


57.1 


50.1 


56.0 


59.4 


57.8 


57.3 


5.0 


8.2 


6.7 


3.3 


3.9 


6.2 




D 


57.0 


49.9 


55.6 


59.6 


57.4 


57.4 


5.5 


9.4 


7.5 


3.9 


3.5 


6.2 


1974 


J 


56.8 


49.9 


55.4 


59.2 


57.1 


57.5 


6.9 


12.6 


9.5 


4.9 


4.1 


6.9 




F 


56.8 


49.4 


55.3 


59.3 


57.4 


57.6 


6.8 


12.9 


9.2 


5.2 


3.9 


6.5 




M 


56.9 


49.2 


55.2 


59.5 


57.6 


57.7 


6.4 


12.2 


8.6 


4.9 


3.8 


6.0 




A 


57.4 


49.6 


55.8 


59.8 


58.2 


58.6 


6.0 


12.1 


8.4 


4.2 


3.3 


6.0 




M 


58.7 


51.7 


56.5 


61.2 


60.0 


59.7 


5.4 


10.2 


7.8 


3.8 


2.9 


5.5 




J 


59.7 


52.8 


57.3 


62.4 


61.3 


60.0 


4.8 


8.2 


6.2 


3.9 


2.1 


5.3 




J 


61.1 


55.3 


59.5 


63.1 


62.0 


62.3 


4.6 


7.7 


6.0 


3.7 


2.0 


5.5 




A 


61.1 


55.0 


59.6 


63.4 


61.7 


61.2 


4.4 


7.0 


5.8 


3.6 


2.1 


5.2 




S 


57.9 


51.7 


56.2 


59.9 


58.9 


59.4 


4.5 


7.4 


5.7 


3.7 


2.0 


5.4 







58.1 


51.6 


56.2 


60.2 


59.7 


58.8 


4.4 


7.1 


5.7 


3.6 


1.8 


6.1 




N 


57.8 


51.4 


56.4 


59.9 


58.4 


58.9 


5.1 


8.3 


6.5 


4.0 


2.3 


7.3 




D 


57.9 


50.7 


56.4 


60.2 


58.3 


59.1 


6.1 


11.4 


8.2 


4.4 


3.2 


7.3 


1975 


J 


57.5 


50.3 


56.1 


60.1 


58.1 


58.0 


8.4 


14.6 


10.3 


7.1 


4.4 


9.6 




F 


57.6 


50.3 


56.1 


59.9 


58.3 


59.0 


8.6 


15.2 


10.9 


11.6 


4.4 


9.9 




M 


58.0 


50.1 


56.6 


60.3 


58.6 


59.2 


8.6 


15.3 


10.8 


7.3 


4.1 


9.3 




A 


57.9 


50.3 


55.9 


60.4 


58.8 


59.9 


8.1 


14.3 


10.4 


6.6 


4.4 


8.4 




M 


59.5 


52.5 


57.0 


62.0 


61.1 


61.3 


7.1 


13.2 


8.7 


6.1 


3.3 


7.3 














adjusted for seasonal 


variation 












M.C. 


D. 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 














1973 


J 


57.8 


50.9 


57.0 


60.1 


58.1 


58.5 


5.4 


9.0 


7.5 


3.8 


3.8 


6.2 




J 


57.2 


50.1 


56.2 


59.5 


57.6 


58.2 


5.4 


8.9 


7.2 


3.9 


3.7 


6.1 




A 


57.6 


50.7 


56.5 


59.8 


57.9 


58.3 


5.5 


8.4 


7.3 


4.0 


4.1 


5.7 




S 


57.5 


50.6 


56.4 


59.2 


58.4 


58.5 


5.6 


8.4 


7.6 


4.4 


3.6 


6.2 







57.7 


50.7 


56.4 


60.0 


58.2 


58.9 


5.6 


9.3 


7.2 


4.4 


3.5 


6.1 




N 


57.8 


50.8 


56.4 


60.1 


58.8 


58.1 


5.4 


9.3 


7.3 


3.7 


3.9 


5.8 




D 


57.8 


51.2 


56.2 


60.1 


58.6 


58.2 


5.4 


9.0 


7.4 


4.0 


3.1 


5.8 


1974 


J 


58.1 


51.8 


56.5 


60.2 


59.1 


58.5 


5.4 


9.2 


7.6 


4.1 


3.0 


5.6 




F 


58.2 


51.9 


56.7 


60.4 


59.4 


58.6 


5.5 


9.4 


7.5 


4.2 


3.0 


5.7 




M 


58.2 


51.2 


56.4 


60.5 


59.2 


58.5 


5.4 


9.4 


7.4 


4.2 


3.0 


5.5 




A 


58.3 


51.3 


56.9 


60.5 


59.0 


58.8 


5.4 


9.5 


7.4 


3.8 


2.9 


5.8 




M 


58.2 


51.1 


56.5 


60.8 


58.8 


59.2 


5.6 


10.1 


7.7 


4.0 


3.3 


5.6 




J 


57.8 


50.9 


56.0 


60.3 


59.2 


58.3 


4.9 


10.1 


6.5 


3.6 


2.8 


5.4 




J 


58.1 


51.1 


56.6 


60.7 


59.1 


59.6 


5.2 


9.5 


6.8 


4.1 


2.4 


6.2 




A 


58.9 


51.5 


56.8 


61.6 


59.4 


59.7 


5.3 


9.7 


6.9 


4.3 


2.5 


6.5 




S 


58.6 


51.6 


56.8 


60.8 


58.9 


60.6 


5.5 


10.2 


7.1 


4.3 


2.6 


6.4 







58.6 


51.8 


56.7 


60.9 


59.7 


59.4 


5.3 


9.5 


6.9 


4.3 


2.3 


6.7 




N 


58.6 


52.2 


56.9 


60.7 


59.4 


59.8 


5.5 


9.3 


7.1 


4.4 


2.3 


6.8 




D 


58.7 


52.1 


57.1 


60.7 


59.5 


60.0 


6.0 


10.9 


8.1 


4.6 


2.8 


6.8 


1975 


J 


58.8 


52.0 


57.2 


61.0 


59.9 


59.1 


6.7 


10.6 


8.1 


6.0 


3.2 


7.5 




F 


58.9 


52.4 


57.3 


60.9 


59.9 


59.8 


6.8 


10.9 


8.6 


5.6 


3.3 


8.5 




M 


59.1 


52.1 


57.7 


61.2 


59.9 


59.9 


7.2 


11.6 


9.0 


6.0 


3.2 


8.4 




A 


58.7 


51.9 


57.1 


61.1 


59.6 


60.0 


7.2 


11.3 


9.0 


6.1 


3.7 


8.1 




M 


59.0 


52.0 


57.0 


61.4 


59.9 


60.5 


7.1 


12.4 


8.6 


6.3 


3.6 


7.7 



See footnotes. Table 3. 



47 



SECTION 4 
TABLE 6 



July, 1975 



Table 6: unemployment insurance statistics 









claims data 








benef 


ts data 
















initial and 
renewal 














year 


jnd 




claimants 




average 


total 






type of benef 


ts paid 




montr 




insured 


for UIC 


claims 


number 


weekly 


benefits 


























population 2 


benefits'' 2 


received 


of weeks 


payment 2 


paid 3 


regular 


sickness 


maternity 


retirement 


fishing 




thousands 


th 


ousands 




dollars 






thousond dollars 






CANSIM 


1248 


1231 


1232 


1234 


1249 


1235 


1243 


1244 


1245 


1246 


1247 


1973 




8,264 


828 


2,239 


29,537 


68.51 


2,004,211 


1,850,928 


80,179 


66,750 


3,690 


20,2 96 


1974 




8,617 


828 


2,411 


28,460 


74.94 


2,119,213 


1 , 924, 543 


98,319 


81,710 


4,165 


22, 676 


1973 


M 


8,239 


810 


157 


2,664 


67.70 


178,793 


166,577 


6,849 


5,588 


307 


1,030 




J 


8,492 


739 


154 


2,033 


67.38 


135,588 


124,993 


6,331 


5,279 


274 


82 




J 


8,584 


733 


179 


2,138 


68.33 


145, 079 


133,328 


6,4 93 


5,907 


356 


41 




A 


8,596 


691 


161 


2,015 


67.37 


134,579 


123,141 


6,479 


5,740 


336 


33 




S 


8,203 


676 


161 


1,812 


68.03 


122,083 


110,962 


6,458 


5,513 


338 


22 







8,330 


677 


191 


1,953 


69.76 


135,223 


122,360 


6,974 


6,503 


338 


29 




N 


8,343 


744 


247 


1,916 


68.99 


128,674 


118,345 


7,188 


6,319 


319 


32 




D 


8,343 


835 


256 


2,002 


71.19 


141,637 


130,467 


6,071 


5,092 


235 


689 


1974 


J 


8,324 


981 


278 


3,368 


73.80 


247,603 


226,850 


8,481 


6,752 


396 


6,076 




F 


8,337 


1, 009 


170 


2,951 


75.00 


220,512 


201,737 


7,697 


5,794 


326 


5,800 




M 


8,340 


984 


159 


2,952 


75.27 


221,427 


2 02,286 


8,588 


6,108 


295 


4,908 




A 


8,41 1 


960 


156 


2,810 


75.24 


210,937 


194,319 


7,727 


5,580 


291 


3,508 




M 


8,579 


825 


172 


2,736 


74.34 


2 02,017 


185,568 


8,645 


7,484 


336 


1,377 




J 


8,745 


748 


157 


2,024 


73.57 


147,630 


134,498 


7,688 


6,322 


310 


104 




J 


9,007 


719 


188 


2,197 


73.11 


159,430 


144,084 


8,717 


7,399 


390 


52 




A 


9,055 


694 


151 


1,881 


73.21 


136,533 


122,304 


8,227 


6,741 


365 


80 




S 


8,575 


664 


171 


1,715 


74.11 


125,893 


112, 133 


7,743 


6,756 


372 


61 







8,638 


679 


224 


1,914 


75.59 


143,613 


126,424 


9,067 


8,751 


431 


48 




N 


8,672 


760 


253 


1,818 


77.14 


139,169 


124,364 


8,115 


7,331 


368 


37 




D 


8,716 


910 


332 


2,094 


78.90 


164,449 


149,976 


7,624 


6,692 


285 


625 


1975 


J 


8,677 


, 134 


356 


3,725 


82.54 


306,501 


281,638 


10,600 


8,777 


578 


5,839 




F 


8,735 


1,214 


219 


3,425 


84.11 


287,665 


265,303 


8,866 


7,134 


456 


6,359 




M 


8,760 


1,221 


191 


3,540 


84.41 


297,749 


276,475 


9, 327 r 


7,475 


394 


5,196 




A 


8,749 


1,186 


230 


4,241 


84.31 


356,931 


333,123 


10,556 


9,295 


468 


4,146 



'Persons who have applied for or are in receipt of unemployment insurance benefit at the end of the month. 2 Annual figures are averages of 12 months. 

'Includes adjustments for cancellation of warrants and collection of overpayments. Sources: Statistical Report on the Operation of the Unemployment Insurance 

Act (73-001) Statistics Canada. 



48 



July, 


1975 




















SECTION 4 
TABLE 7 












Table 7. 1 


: job vacanc 


ies,' by province 








year a 


nd 
r 


Canada 2 


Nfld. 


N.S. 


N. B. 


Quebec 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


quarte 












thousands 










CANSIM 


720545 


723195 


723395 


723495 


723595 


725120 


727970 


728170 


728270 


729895 


1973 
1974 




85.8 
101.7 


1.5 
1.4 


2.0 
2.4 


2.2 
2.2 


22.6 
21.4 


33.1 
41.0 


4.2 
5.7 


2.1 

4.1 


8.0 
13.1 


9.4 
9.8 


1972 


2 
3 
4 


52.9 
88.8 
79.0 


.6 
1.4 
1.4 


1.8 
2.4 
2.2 


1.6 
1.9 
2.1 


13.9 
21.4 
20.9 


20.0 
39.3 

32.1 


2.6 
3.7 
3.0 


1.2 
2.2 
1.9 


5.6 
8.8 

9.3 


5.0 
7.3 
5.6 


1973 


1 
2 
3 
4 


72.5 
88.3 
97.1 
85.1 


1.2 
1.6 
1.8 
1.3 


1.7 

2.1 
2.0 
2.1 


2.0 
2.0 
2.4 
2.6 


20.4 
23.2 
24.1 
22.6 


27.1 
32.3 
39.6 
33.5 


3.5 
4.4 
4.9 
4.1 


1.6 
2.4 
1.9 
2.4 


7.4 
8.0 
9.2 

7.4 


7.3 
11.6 

10.4 
8.4 


1974 


1 

2 
3 
4 


87.8 
108.9 
130.9 

79.3 


1.4 
1.8 
1.6 
1.0 


1.8 
2.5 
3.4 
1.8 


1.8 
2.8 
2.1 
1.9 


20.2 
22.8 
23.9 
18.7 


36.2 
42.3 
57.1 
28.3 


4.2 
5.7 
7.5 
5.4 


2.9 
4.6 
4.7 
4.3 


9.4 
14.5 
17.4 
11.2 


9.4 
11.4 
12.5 

6.0 



1975 1 61.3 .8 1.5 2.0 13.6 23.7 4.6 2.6 7.9 4.3 

'Vacancies for full-time, casual, part-time, seasonal and temporary jobs which were immediately available. includes Prince Edward Island and the Yukon 
and Northwest Territories for which separate reliable estimates are not available. Source: Quarterly Report on Job Vacancies (71-002) Statistics Canada. 



Table 7. 2: job vacancy rates,' by province 



year and 


Canada 2 


Nfld. 


N.S. 


N. B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 














rates 


per thousand 










CANSIM 


730100 


730101 


730103 


730104 


730105 


730106 


730107 


730108 


730109 


730110 


1973 




11 


11 


9 


12 


11 


11 


13 


9 


15 


11 


1974 




13 


10 


10 


11 


10 


13 


17 


17 


22 


11 


1972 


2 


7 


5 


8 


9 


7 


7 


8 


6 


11 


6 




3 


12 


10 


10 


10 


10 


13 


12 


10 


17 


9 




4 


11 


11 


10 


12 


10 


11 


10 


9 


18 


7 


1973 


1 


10 


9 


8 


12 


10 


9 


11 


7 


14 


9 




2 


12 


12 


9 


10 


11 


11 


13 


10 


15 


14 




3 


12 


12 


8 


11 


11 


13 


14 


8 


16 


12 




4 


11 


10 


9 


13 


11 


11 


13 


10 


13 


10 


1974 


1 


11 


11 


8 


10 


10 


12 


12 


12 


17 


11 




2 


14 


13 


10 


14 


11 


13 


16 


19 


25 


13 




3 


16 


10 


13 


10 


10 


17 


21 


19 


29 


13 




4 


10 


7 


7 


9 


9 


9 


16 


18 


19 


7 



1975 18 6 7 10 6 8 14 10 14 5 

'A vacancy rate is obtained by expressing the number of vacancies per thousand existing jobs (sum of vacant and filled jobs) in all industries, except 

agriculture, fishing and trapping, domestic service and the non-civilian component of public administration and defence. Both full-time and part-time jobs are 

included. includes Prince Edward Island and the Yukon and Northwest Territories for which separate reliable estimates are not available. Source: Quarterly 
Report on Job Vacancies (71-002), Statistics Canada. 



49 



SECTION 4 
TABLE 7 - Concl 



July, 197 



1973 
1974 



Table 7.3: vacancies for full-time jobs, by province 



year and 
quarter 


Canada' 


Nfld. 


N.S. 


N. B. 


Quebec 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 












thousands 










CANSIM 


720546 


723196 


723396 


723496 


723596 


725120 


727970 


728171 


728271 


729896 



78.0 
91.5 



1.4 
1.4 



1.9 
2.1 



2.1 
2.0 



20.6 
20.1 



30.2 
36.0 



3.7 
5.1 



1.9 
3.7 



7. 

12. 



8.4 
8.4 



1972 2 

3 
4 



46.2 
79.0 
70.2 



1.6 
2.2 
2.1 



1.5 
1.5 
1.8 



11.0 
18.9 
18.6 



18.4 
35.1 
28.9 



2.3 

3.4 
2.6 



1.1 
2.1 
1.6 



7.8 



4.3 
5.9 
4.9 



1973 1 
2 
3 
4 



66.5 
79.0 
89.4 
77.4 



1. 1 



1.7 
2.0 
1.9 
2.0 



1.7 
1.7 
2.2 
2.5 



18.9 
20.3 
22.7 
20.4 



24.8 
29.3 
36.4 
30.4 



3.2 
3.5 

4.3 
3.8 



1.5 
2.2 
1.7 

2.1 



6.6 
7.3 
8.6 
7.0 



6.7 

10.5 

9.1 

7.4 



1974 1 
2 
3 
4 



80.0 

98.7 

116.2 

71.2 



1.4 

1.6 

1.5 

.9 



1.7 
2.1 
2.9 
1.5 



1.8 
2.6 
2.0 
1.7 



19.1 
21.4 
22.6 
17.4 



31.7 
37.9 
48.9 
25.4 



3.7 
5.1 
6.9 
4.8 



2.7 
4.2 
4.2 
3.9 



8.9 
13.3 
16.2 
10.2 



8.7 

9.9 

10.1 

4.9 



1975 1 



56.3 



1.4 



1.8 



12.9 



21.9 



4.0 



2.4 



7.2 



3.7 



'Includes Prince Edward Island and the Yukon and Northwest Territories for which separate reliable estimates are not available. 
on Job Vacancies (71=002) Statistics Canada. 



Source: Quarterly Repor 



Table 7. 4: vacancies for full-time jobs unfilled for at least a month, by province 



year and 


Canada' 


N.S. 


N. B. 


Quebec 


Ont. 


Man. 


Alta. 


B.C. 












thousands 








CANSIM 


720547 


723397 


723497 


723597 


725122 


727972 


728272 


729897 



1973 
1974 




31. 1 
40.6 


.8 

1.0 


1.0 
1.3 


9.5 
10.2 


10.9 
15.0 


1.0 
1.9 


2.7 
5.1 


3.4 

3.7 


1972 


2 
3 
4 


14. 1 
22.3 
25.0 


.7 

.8 

1.0 


.7 

1.0 
1.0 


4.3 
6.9 
6.7 


4.6 

8.1 

10.2 


.5 
.7 
.7 


1.1 
1.8 
2.7 


1.5 
2.0 
1.7 


1973 


1 
2 
3 
4 


21.7 
24.4 
42.4 
35.8 


.7 

.9 

1.0 

.7 


.8 

.7 

1.1 

1 .4 


7.0 

8.1 

12.4 

10.6 


7.8 

7.4 

15.6 

12.8 


.6 
.7 

1.5 
1.2 


1.6 
2.3 
3.8 
3.0 


2.2 
2.8 
4.8 

3.9 


1974 


1 
2 

3 
4 


38.5 
38.6 
50.7 
34.4 


1.0 

1.0 

1.2 

.8 


1.2 
1.7 
1.1 
1.1 


10.4 
9.4 

12.0 
9.0 


14.5 
14.6 
19.3 

11.7 


1.4 
1.3 
2.5 
2.3 


4.2 
3.9 
7.1 
5.1 


4.1 
4.1 
4.6 
1.9 






1975 1 



25.3 



1.2 



7.3 



8.8 



1.4 



2.7 



1.5 



'Includes Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island and Saskatchewan and the Yukon and Northwest Territories for which separote relioble estimates are not 
available. Source: Quarterly Report on Job Vacancies (71-002) Statistics Canada. 



50 









July, 


1975 
































SECTION 4 






































TABLE 8 










Table 8: time lost 


in 


work stoppages 1 


, by industry groups 2 (thousand man-d 


sys 3 ) 
































manufacturing 










year 




























and 








fishing 


mines, 






food 


















furniture 


paper 


month 








and 


quarries 






and bev- 


tobacco 










knitting 






and 


and allied 






total 


forestry 


trapping 


oil well. 


total 5 




erages 


product! 


rubber 


leather 


texti les 


mills 


clothing 


wood 


fixtures 


industries 


CANSIM 


1255 


1256 


1257 


1258 


1259 




1260 


1261 


1262 


1263 


1264 




1265 


1266 


1267 


1268 


1269 


1973 




5, 768. 8 


16.0 


56.0 


220.6 


3,370 


8 


368.0 


_ 


117.0 


_ 


93.9 




0.1 


0.3 


194.6 


35.0 


705.0 


1974 




9, 255. 7 


204.8 


102.2 


515.3 


4,804. 


6 


462.5 


- 


665.6 


4.5 


101.6 


48.5 


77.1 


296.7 


56.4 


235.7 


1973 


J 


701.9 


_ 


_ 


19.9 


423 


7 


67.4 


- 


_ 


- 


4.8 




- 


- 


8.2 


0.4 


3.3 




J 


623.6 


2.3 


- 


18.4 


338. 


3 


35.5 


- 


6.7 


- 


4.8 




- 


- 


19.6 


2.6 


67.1 




A 


1,246.9 


0. 1 


- 


19.0 


400 


4 


37.0 


- 


12.4 


- 


7.1 




- 


- 


22.7 


1.9 


176.7 




S 


700.2 


0.8 


- 


18.9 


429. 


3 


27.8 


- 


13.2 


- 


62.9 




- 


- 


31.6 


4.9 


2 04.8 







491. 1 


- 




22.7 


284. 


7 


17.2 


- 


15.3 


- 


3.2 




- 


- 


16.0 


5.7 


161.7 




N 


358.8 


- 


- 


16.0 


224. 


6 


15.0 


- 


15.3 


- 


- 




- 


- 


8.2 


3.8 


43.5 




D 


307.7 


- 


- 


15.3 


169. 


7 


7.2 


- 


13.2 


- 


- 




- 


- 


9.0 


0.2 


6.0 


1974 


J 


271.6 


12.4 


_ 


35.2 


145 


3 


8.0 


_ 


7.9 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


12.2 


_ 


7.4 




F 


420.3 


- 


28.0 


25.8 


293. 


5 


2.9 


- 


1.2 


- 


7.0 




- 


71.8 


8.4 


2.2 


12.6 




M 


437.9 


- 


38.5 


29.0 


262. 


8 


1.0 


- 


25.2 


- 


10.5 




- 


1.1 


7.4 


2.4 


7.9 




A 


619.7 


- 




55.3 


264 





13.7 


- 


42.3 


0.6 


9.8 




- 


- 


7.4 


2.3 


4.8 




M 1,365,9 


1.3 


- 


65.6 


426. 


3 


33.6 


- 


109.0 


1.6 


2 0.3 




0.3 


- 


13.0 


7.8 


18.8 




J 


2, 089. 6 


90.6 


- 


64.0 


446. 


2 


64.2 


- 


85.7 


- 


19.6 




6.3 


2.9 


13.4 


8.1 


30.4 




J 


1,092.6 


83.6 


- 


73.9 


788. 


3 


95.5 


- 


101.1 


- 


9.5 




7.3 


3.8 


111.1 


2.4 


91.8 




A 


956.6 


1.8 


22.0 


45.6 


650. 


2 


71.6 


- 


96.3 


- 


23.2 




- 


- 


15.5 


2.4 


16.3 




S 


790.8 


0.2 


5.0 


42.7 


505. 


1 


41.8 


- 


101.6 


- 


5.1 




6.6 


- 


11.5 


3.1 


21.6 







752.8 


23.8 


- 


47.9 


491. 


5 


38.8 


- 


82.3 


- 


- 




7.3 


- 


6.8 


3.3 


13.9 




N 


568.4 


25.1 


- 


24.8 


233. 


6 


33.0 


- 


5.1 


- 


5.4 


13. 


- 


- 


2.3 


14.5 




D 


317. 1 


- 


- 


13.7 


175. 


4 


23.6 


- 


3.6 


- 


5.4 




6.6 


- 


4.0 


- 


22.4 


1975 


J 


433. 1 


4.4 


17.6 


9.7 


126. 


7 


5.4 


- 


4.0 


_ 


3.3 




7.3 


- 


1.0 


- 


9.4 




F 


370.8 


5.0 


35.2 


12.8 


132. 





- 


- 


2.1 


7.5 


2.7 




7.1 


- 


- 


- 


6.7 




M 


491.2 


5.0 


41. 1 


42.9 


126. 


7 


3.6 


_ 


_ 


8.3 


- 




7.8 


- 


2.5 


- 


11.7 




A 


624.8 


5.5 




99.0 


196. 


5 


2.7 




" 


8.2 


6.8 




7.3 




13.5 




15.4 






































commu- 














manufacturing 




















nity, 
business 


yea r 




































and 
month 












trans- 






non- 


petro- 


chemica 


i 






electric- 




trade 


and 








meta 1 




portation 


elec- 


metal 1 ic 


leum 








ity, gas 






persona 1 








primary 


fabri- 


ma- 


equip- 




trical 


mineral 


and coa! 


indus- 


con- 




transpor- 


and other 


whole- 




service 






printing 6 


metals 


cating 


chinery 


ment 




products 


products 


products 


tries 


struction 


tation 7 


utilities 


sale 


retail 


industries 


CANSIM 


1270 


1271 


12 72 


1273 


1274 




1275 


1276 


1277 


1278 


1279 




1280 


1281 


1282 


1283 


1284 


1973 




18.1 


178.0 


132.0 


80.6 


676.7 




573.6 


106.4 


10.7 


68.0 


517 


4 


1, 040.9 


35.6 


_ 


163.9 


248.5 


1974 




24.7 


491.9 


251.9 


162.1 1 


,096.7 




425.6 


205.3 


4.5 


139.3 


2,410 





685.2 


14.8 


43.8 


75.2 


272.1 


1973 


J 


0.2 


26.0 


- 


0.7 


118.8 




186.3 


6.5 


_ 


1.2 


82 


7 


35.1 


_ 


_ 


10.0 


20.5 




J 


- 


2.6 


9.1 


88.9 


- 




59.3 


25.0 


- 


17.3 


37 


7 


70.7 


- 


- 


7.4 


38.0 




A 


- 


26.6 


17.8 


10.6 


44.6 




24.8 


7.5 


0.8 


6.0 


47 


3 


708.8 


- 


- 


8.2 


51.2 




S 


0.3 


19.0 


- 


15.6 


17.1 




14.2 


5.3 


5.3 


1.6 


35 





113.2 


- 


- 


0.1 


42.3 







- 


8.6 


9.2 


9.5 


19.2 




- 


4.2 


3.4 


11.3 


52 


3 


17.6 


- 


- 


9.8 


40.9 




N 


2.7 


7.8 


2. 1 


2.1 


97.0 




5.5 


1.3 


- 


20.3 


7 


9 


22.6 


- 


- 


9.8 


16.2 




D 


- 


4.2 


1.9 


2.8 


95.8 




8.8 


5.9 


- 


12.8 


5 


7 


13.6 


- 


- 


31.3 


42.8 


1974 


J 


2.4 


6.1 


2.8 


0.3 


79.7 




18.5 


_ 


_ 


_ 


5 


7 


19.1 


5.2 


_ 


_ 


31.5 




F 


0. 1 


6.6 


- 


10.0 


72.8 




95.8 


- 


- 


2. 1 


8 


1 


14.0 


- 


- 


1.7 


28.3 




M 


- 


13.0 


7.9 


31.6 


78.9 




64.5 


4.2 


- 


7.2 


9 


4 


22.4 


- 


- 


5.0 


33.6 




A 


- 


9.5 


28.0 


11.9 


95.6 




9.1 


16.7 


- 


12.2 


80. 


7 


154.3 


- 


- 


17.6 


9.6 




M 


2.0 


18.0 


31.6 


4.0 


75.7 




43.3 


39.6 


- 


7.7 


794 


7 


1 .9 


1.0 


- 


6.8 


22.9 




J 


1.8 


15.3 


18.6 


15.7 


113.2 




30.8 


16.6 


- 


3.5 


1,351 


2 


49.1 


- 


2.1 


4.5 


22.2 




J 


- 


98.3 


19.5 


18.7 


138.8 




43.4 


25.9 


- 


21.2 


46 





1.0 


1.0 


- 


14.3 


4.6 




A 


0.1 


120.1 


35.3 


18.4 


147.9 




53.9 


17.0 


- 


32.3 


21 


6 


141.1 


- 


- 


3.5 


14.4 




S 


- 


77.2 


43.9 


23.2 


93.5 




14.0 


24.4 


- 


37.4 


35 





92.7 


1.5 


- 


5.1 


30.9 







0.4 


98.7 


37.3 


44.2 


88.1 




6.4 


18.9 


- 


38.8 


15 





50.6 


- 


7.2 


6.6 


52.2 




N 


5.0 


12.6 


12.7 


17.1 


57.6 




11.1 


2.8 


- 


41.3 


14 


6 


57.0 


1.2 


3.0 


14.7 


47.1 




D 


2.4 


- 


1.2 


3.0 


57.4 




15.9 


5.5 


- 


3.1 


26. 


4 


16.5 


0.5 


3.0 


1.8 


31.3 


1975 


J 


_ 


5.0 


5.8 


4.9 


35.4 




9.4 


7.3 


19.2 


9.6 


42. 


6 


75.8 


5.2 


4.2 


_ 


73.8 




F 


- 


15.0 


8.3 


6.1 


31.7 




17.0 


14.9 


1.0 


11.8 





9 


11.6 


- 


1.2 


- 


127.6 




M 


- 


22.0 


7.9 


0.7 


25.0 




15.0 


12.2 


_ 


10.0 


1. 


8 


82.8 


_ 


_ 


_ 


® 155.0 




A 


0.1 


31.2 


13.1 


4.0 


28.7 




19.0 


8.9 




5.9 


5. 





138.6 






3.3 


120.3 



In calculating time lost, only the workers directly affected by the strike or lockout are taken into account: time lost by workers indirectly affected, such as 
those laid off as a result of a work stoppage, is not included. 2 The industry groups prior to January 1973 are based on the 1960 Standard Industrial Classification. 
From January 1 973 forward, the 1 970 S. I. C. is used. 3 The number of man-days is calcu la ted by multiplying the number of workers involved in a work-stoppage by 

the number of normal working days during the stoppage. Adjustments are made for establishments on shift work, etc. 4 The statistics for individual industries 

exclude strikes and lockouts involving fewer than 100 workers; however, the total includes all work stoppages. The agriculture, finance, insurance and real estate 
and public administration and defence industries are not shown separately. Should strikes occur in these industries, the time lost also will be shown in the total. In 
addition, the total is revised quarterly whereas the individual categories are revised annually. includes miscellaneous manufacturing industries. 'Includes 

publishing and allied industries. 'Includes storage and communication industries. Source: Research Bulletin, Labour Canada. 



51 



SECTION 4 
TABLE 9 


Table 9 


: employ 


merit indexes, ' by industrial d 


ivision ( 1 961 


- 100), 


based on the 


i 1960 star 


idard industrial cl 


ossification 


July, 1975 




industrial 
composite 2 


forestry 


mining, 

including 

milling 




manufactur 


ing 


con- 
struction 


trans- 
portation, 
commu- 
nication 
and other 
utilities 5 




trade 




finonce, 
insurance 




and 
month 


total 


non- 
durable 
goods 


durable 
goods 




total 


wholesale 


retail 


estate 


service 4 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


1315 

1327 


1316 
1328 


1317 
1329 


1318 
1330 


1319 
1331 


1320 
1332 


1321 
1333 




1322 
1334 


1339 
4852 


1323 
1335 


1324 
1336 


1325 
1337 


1326 
1338 


1972 P 
1973 P 


129. 9 
135.9 


76.3 
86.4 


110.4 
111.4 


123.7 
129.9 


114.7 
118.4 


134.9 
144.1 


109.7 
109.9 




116.0 
1 18.0 


146.2 
155.3 


135.1 
143.8 


152.2 
161.2 


148.7 
157.1 


193.5 
206.1 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 A 


132.3 


64.5 


106.6 


127.7 


116.2 


141.9 


100.2 


116.6 


152. 1 


142.0 


157.6 


153.3 


199.6 


M 


135.9 


83.7 


111.2 


129.7 


119.1 


142.7 


110.7 


120.3 


153.5 


143.4 


158.9 


155.6 


207.4 


J 


139.3 


97,1 


114.5 


132.8 


122.1 


146.0 


118. 1 


124.4 


154.5 


145.6 


159.4 


157.8 


214.0 


J 


138.6 


101.0 


114.8 


131.5 


120.3 


145.2 


122.0 


122.4 


151.3 


144.9 


154.7 


159.4 


215.1 


A 


136.7 


101.2 


114.3 


132.7 


121.6 


146.4 


124.6 


106.4 


152. 1 


145.4 


155.7 


159.5 


217.3 


S 


139.9 


98.9 


111.2 


132.8 


120.6 


147.9 


124.8 


122.1 


157.3 


146.2 


163.3 


159.5 


212.1 


O 


140.8 


97.8 


111.7 


133.6 


120.7 


14 9.6 


123.7 


121.6 


161.4 


147.6 


168.9 


160.8 


211.6 


N 


140.3 


92.2 


112.0 


132.4 


120.4 


147.1 


117.1 


120.9 


166.1 


148.0 


175.9 


161.8 


209.7 


D 


138.2 


82.3 


110.8 


130.7 


117.7 


146.7 


100.7 


119.4 


167.7 


146.6 


179.1 


162.2 


2 08.3 


1974 J 


137.5 


80.6 


111.4 


131 .2 


118.4 


147.1 


99.1 


119.5 


160.9 


148.8 


167.4 


162.6 


210.4 


F 


137.3 


78.2 


113. 


131.1 


118.6 


146.5 


99.6 


119.3 


159.4 


149.4 


164.8 


163.0 


212.1 


M 


138.4 


72.3 


113.6 


132.3 


119.5 


148.1 


101.6 


119.9 


160.5 


151.2 


165.5 


163.7 


215.4 


A 


139.5 


65.5 


110.3 


134.5 


120.2 


149.3 


105.9 


121.1 


162.3 


151.9 


168.0 


164.4 


218.2 


M 


143.3 


80.3 


1 14.4 


135.6 


121.7 


152.5 


114.3 


125.0 


164.5 


154.6 


169.8 


167.2 


226.6 


J 


146.5 


82.3 


120.4 


138.0 


124.5 


153.9 


123.0 


128.4 


166.3 


157.4 


171.1 


168.4 


233.8 


J 


146.0 


102.1 


120.8 


135.7 


123.2 


151.1 


129.9 


129.2 


162.9 


157.3 


165.9 


170.2 


232.3 


A 


146.0 


105.0 


118.7 


136.4 


124.8 


150.6 


133.8 


126.4 


163.2 


157.2 


166.3 


169.0 


232.9 


S 


146.3 


102.4 


116.0 


135.9 


123.9 


150.9 


133.7 


126.8 


168. 1 


156.0 


174.5 


168.3 


229.5 


O 


146.5 


100.5 


115.7 


134.9 


122.1 


150.6 


132.3 


127.6 


171.4 


157.6 


178.7 


169.4 


229.7 


N 


145.1 


94.9 


116.7 


132.5 


119.7 


148.4 


124.7 


127.0 


173.7 


157.9 


182.1 


170.4 


227.0 


Dr 


141.4 


84.3 


115.4 


128.4 


115.6 


144.0 


106.8 


125.0 


175.5 


155.3 


186.3 


170.8 


220.3 


1975 J r 


138.1 


76.3 


115. 1 


125.5 


115.3 


138.0 


100.9 


124.5 


167.3 


154.2 


174.3 


169.9 


219.0 


F r 


136.9 


73.9 


115.1 


124.3 


112.9 


138.4 


100.8 


123.7 


163.5 


153.5 


168.9 


170.8 


219.8 


Mp 


137.3 


67.8 


113.1 


124.6 


112.9 


139.0 


101.7 


124.6 


163.9 


153.7 


169.4 


172.1 


220.3 


At 


138.2 




112.4 


125.1 


113.5 


139.4 


107.0 


125.8 








172.7 


224.1 



adjusted for seosonal variation 



M.C. 


D. 


1 


2 


3 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1973 


A 


135.0 


95.3 


110.4 


129.0 


118.2 


142.5 


108.3 


118.4 


153.6 


143.0 


159.4 


154.0 


202.3 




M 


135. 1 


88.6 


110.6 


128.7 


118.2 


141.6 


109.4 


120.0 


153.7 


143.1 


159.2 


155.2 


204.7 




J 


135.9 


84.6 


11 1.4 


129.6 


119.0 


143.2 


108.6 


120.5 


153.9 


143.4 


159.7 


156.2 


205.1 




J 


136.6 


83.6 


111.0 


131.7 


118.9 


147.8 


109.4 


119.4 


154.6 


143.6 


160.5 


157.4 


205.5 




A 


132.8 


82.8 


111.2 


129.7 


116.9 


145.0 


109.8 


103.5 


155.3 


144.3 


161.4 


158.7 


205.6 




S 


136.6 


82.3 


111.2 


130. 1 


117.1 


146. 1 


110.3 


120.3 


156.9 


145. 1 


163.3 


159.8 


207.3 







138.3 


85.6 


112.0 


132.1 


119.2 


148.1 


111.0 


120.2 


158.5 


146.1 


165.2 


161.1 


211.1 




N 


139.2 


87.2 


112.7 


132.3 


120.4 


146.7 


113.2 


120.7 


159.4 


146.8 


166.3 


162.4 


213.1 




D 


140.7 


88.9 


113. 1 


133.6 


121.5 


148.3 


116.4 


120.9 


160.6 


148.3 


167.2 


163.3 


218.4 


1974 


J 


142.0 


93. 


112.9 


134.2 


122. 1 


149.1 


116.6 


122.9 


163.4 


151.4 


170. 1 


164.2 


220.6 




F 


141.9 


93.3 


114.4 


133.9 


122. 1 


148.3 


116.6 


122.7 


164. 


151.8 


170.5 


163.7 


220.8 




M 


142.0 


94.0 


114.6 


134.3 


122.3 


149.3 


116.6 


123.2 


163.3 


153.0 


168.7 


163.8 


221.6 




A 


142.3 


96.7 


114.3 


134.5 


122.2 


149.8 


114.4 


122.9 


163.8 


152.9 


169.8 


165.1 


221.1 




M 


142.4 


84.9 


113.8 


134.5 


120.8 


151.3 


112.9 


124.8 


164.7 


154.3 


170.0 


166.7 


223.6 




J 


142.9 


71.8 


117.1 


134.7 


121.3 


151.0 


113.0 


125.3 


165.6 


155.0 


171.5 


166.7 


224.0 




J 


143.9 


84.7 


116.7 


135.9 


121.8 


153.8 


116.3 


126.0 


166.5 


155.9 


172.1 


168.0 


221.9 




A 


141.9 


86.0 


115.5 


133.3 


120.0 


149.1 


117.9 


123.0 


166.7 


156.0 


172.5 


168.2 


220.4 




S 


142.9 


85.2 


116.0 


133.1 


120.4 


149.0 


118.2 


125.0 


168.8 


154.8 


174.5 


168.6 


224.3 




C 


144. 


88.0 


116.0 


133.4 


120.7 


149.1 


118.8 


126. 1 


168.3 


156.0 


174.8 


169.8 


229.1 




N 


144.0 


89.7 


117.5 


132.4 


119.7 


148.0 


120.6 


126.9 


166.8 


156.6 


172. 1 


171.0 


230.8 




Dr 


144. 1 


91.0 


117.9 


131.3 


119.4 


145.7 


123.5 


126.6 


168. 1 


157.1 


173.9 


172.0 


231.0 


1975 


J r 


142.6 


88.1 


116.7 


128.3 


118.9 


139.8 


118.7 


128.0 


169.9 


156.9 


177.1 


171.6 


229.6 




Fr 


141.5 


88.0 


116.5 


126.9 


116.3 


140.1 


118.1 


127.2 


168.2 


156.0 


174.7 


171.6 


228.8 




Mp 


140.8 


87.0 


114.1 


126.5 


115.5 


140.2 


116.7 


128.0 


166.7 


155.5 


172.7 


172.1 


226.6 




A t 


141.0 




116.5 


126.3 


115.4 


139.8 


115.6 


127.7 








173.4 


227.0 



'The data in Tables 9 to 1 6 are based on reports from firms employing 20 persons or more in any month of the year and relote to the lost pay periods in the 
month. Greater industrial and area detail and more explanatory notes are given in the source publication named below. 'Excludes agriculture, fishing and trapping, 
education and related services, health and welfare services, religious organizations, private households, public administration and defence. Includes storage, 

electric power, gas and water utilities. 4 Excludes domestic service. Source: Employment Earnings and Hours (72-002), Stotistics Canada. 

These data were revised in the December 1 974 issue of the Canadian Statistical Review. See Note to Users for that month. 



52 



SECTION 4 
TABLE 10 



Table 10: employment indexes, ' industrial composite, by province (1961 " 100) 



year ond 

month Canada Nfld. P.E.I. N.S. N. B. Que. Ont. Man. Sask. Alta. B.C. 



CANSIM 
S. A. 


1363 
1374 


1364 
1375 


1365 
1376 


1366 
1377 


1367 
1378 


1368 
1379 


1369 
1380 


1370 
1381 


1371 
1382 


1372 
1383 


1373 
1384 


1972 P 
1973p 


129. 9 
135.9 


126.5 
131.3 


140.6 
144.4 


116.7 
123.0 


122.7 
126.8 


120.1 
124.6 


134.2 
141.2 


117.6 
119.9 


116.8 
120.3 


143.6 
150.8 


148.4 
157.4 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



973 A 


132.3 


120.0 


128.5 


117.4 


118.3 


121.4 


138.1 


118.1 


115.9 


146.5 


154.0 


M 


135.9 


129.3 


145.3 


121.1 


128.5 


124.1 


141.4 


121.2 


120.9 


151.5 


157.5 


J 


139.3 


139.7 


156.0 


125.6 


135.3 


127.8 


144.2 


122.7 


125.2 


154.9 


161.0 


J 


138.6 


142.5 


166.0 


127.9 


135.9 


126.4 


142.8 


122.4 


125.0 


156.3 


161.9 


A 


136.7 


137. 1 


151.8 


126.9 


129.4 


125.7 


141.9 


1 14.6 


118.9 


152. 1 


159.2 


S 


139.9 


141.4 


162.9 


129.9 


134.4 


128.5 


144.8 


123.7 


124.7 


154.3 


161.4 


O 


140.8 


141.6 


158.7 


129.2 


135.3 


129.0 


145.9 


124.6 


125.1 


154. 9 


163.2 


N 


140.3 


138.0 


155. 9 


127.6 


132.7 


128.6 


145.7 


123.2 


125.4 


154.3 


163.3 


D 


138.2 


130.4 


141.1 


125.7 


125.7 


127.5 


144.1 


121.4 


122.4 


152.8 


161.1 


974 J 


137.5 


131.5 


132.5 


123.0 


123.9 


125.3 


143.4 


121.7 


120.8 


152.7 


160.9 


F 


137.3 


126. 4r 


133.4 


124.6 


124.1 


125.0 


142.8 


121.6 


121.2 


154.6 


162.2 


M 


138.4 


125.8 


135.5 


125.5 


124.3 


125.5 


143.6 


122.7 


122.6 


156.5 


166.2 


A 


139.5 


127.8 


140.5 


126.7 


123.6 


126.3 


145.0 


124.7 


123.4 


157.4 


167.4 


M 


143.3 


136.5 


155.2 


131.4 


132.6 


130.4 


148.1 


129.3 


129.0 


162.2 


168.7 


J 


146.5 


149. 9 


170.0 


134.6 


142. 9 


133.9 


151.5 


131.5 


134.1 


167.0 


165.2 


J 


146.0 


151.7 


175.8 


134.9 


145.2 


131.7 


149.6 


131.8 


136.4 


169.6 


172. 1 


A 


146.0 


147.0 


172.2 


135.8 


144.9 


132.9 


148.9 


132.4 


135.9 


169.4 


172.9 


S 


146.3 


149.8 


162.6 


133.6 


141.8 


133.3 


150.2 


131.7 


135.1 


167.8 


171.2 


O 


146.5 


146.4 


158.1 


132.4 


139.7 


133.9 


151.0 


131.5 


134.8 


168.5 


169.1 


N 


145.1 


144.7 


149.5 


132.0 


137.7 


132.2 


149.5 


132.0 


134.8 


166.9 


167.4 


D 


141.4 


136.7 


139.0 


127.6 


131.5 


127.8 


146.4 


129.6 


133.9 


164.3 


163.0 


975 Jc 


138.1 


127.2 


132.1 


124.6 


127.1 


125.6 


142.6 


128.2 


130.8 


161.1 


159.2 


Fc 


136.9 


124.6 


128.9 


123.2 


125.2 


124.1 


141.6 


126.6 


129.2 


160.5 


158.4 


M P 


137.3 


124.5 


128.9 


124.3 


125.2 


123.5 


141.9 


126.8 


130.4 


160.6 


161.8 



adjusted for seasonal variatioi 
4 1 1 



1973 A 


135. 


130.1 


143.0 


121.2 


126.8 


124.5 


139.5 


120.7 


119.4 


151.4 


156.3 


M 


135.1 


129. 1 


144.7 


12 0.3 


128.2 


123.9 


140.0 


120.9 


119.4 


150.9 


157.9 


J 


135.9 


129.6 


144.9 


121.6 


126.5 


124.6 


140.7 


119.3 


12 0.5 


150.4 


158.9 


J 


136.6 


131.9 


147.6 


122. 1 


125.7 


125.1 


143.0 


119.6 


119.2 


150.2 


157.8 


A 


132.8 


124.8 


134.4 


122.3 


120.1 


121.7 


140.0 


111.8 


113.4 


145.5 


153.7 


S 


136.6 


131.7 


147.5 


125.2 


127.4 


124.9 


142.9 


120.8 


121.3 


150.2 


156.8 


O 


138.3 


133.9 


148.4 


126.0 


131.1 


125.9 


144.3 


122.3 


122.9 


153.1 


160.0 


N 


139.2 


135.9 


151.4 


126. 1 


131.0 


127.0 


144.4 


122.4 


125.3 


154.8 


162.3 


D 


140.7 


138.4 


147.8 


128.3 


131.1 


129.1 


145.2 


123.7 


125.8 


156.9 


164.5 


1974 J 


142.0 


144.0 


149.5 


129.0 


133.0 


129.5 


146.7 


125.5 


127.4 


158.5 


167.9 


F 


141.9 


139.4 


156.6 


131.4 


134.8 


129.1 


146.2 


126.0 


127.2 


160.2 


167.5 


M 


142.0 


138.5 


155.4 


132.4 


134.8 


129.2 


146.5 


125.8 


128.0 


160.9 


169.7 


A 


142.3 


138.5 


156. 1 


13 0.8 


132.4 


129.5 


146.4 


127.4 


127.0 


162.6 


169.8 


M 


142.4 


136.0 


154.4 


130.5 


132.3 


130.1 


146.6 


129.0 


127.4 


161.5 


169. 1 


J 


142.9 


139.0 


156.4 


130.3 


133.5 


130.5 


147.8 


127.9 


129.0 


162.2 


163.1 


J 


143.9 


140.4 


156.4 


128.8 


134.2 


130.4 


149.8 


128.9 


130.1 


163.1 


167.8 


A 


141.9 


133.9 


152.7 


130.9 


134.6 


128.8 


146.9 


129.2 


129.6 


162.0 


167.0 


S 


142.9 


139.6 


147.3 


128.8 


134.4 


129.6 


148.2 


128.6 


131.5 


163.4 


166.4 


O 


144.0 


138.6 


148.1 


129.2 


135.5 


130.7 


149.3 


129.1 


132.5 


166.6 


165.8 


N 


144. 


142.5 


145.2 


130.5 


136.0 


130.6 


148.3 


131.1 


134.8 


167.5 


166.5 


Dr 


144.1 


145.0 


145.6 


130.3 


137.2 


130.4 


147.6 


132.1 


137.7 


168.8 


166.5 


1975 Jc 


142.6 


139.3 


148.9 


130.8 


136.5 


129.8 


145.9 


132.2 


137.9 


167.2 


166.0 


Fc 


141.5 


137.4 


151.2 


129.9 


134.6 


128.2 


145.0 


131.2 


135.6 


166.4 


163.6 


M P 


140.8 


137.1 


147.5 


131. 1 


135.7 


127.1 


144.8 


130.0 


136.1 


165. 1 


165.2 



'The data in Tables 9 to 1 6 are based on reports from firms employing 20 persons or more in any month of the year and relate to the last pay periods in the 
month. Greater industrial and area detail and more explanatory notes are given in the source publication named below. The Industrial Composite is the sum of all 
industries except agriculture, fishing and trapping, education and related services, health and welfare services, religious organizations, private households and 
public administration and defence. Source: Employment Earnings and Hours (72-002), Statistics Canada. 

These data were revised in the December 1974 issue of the Canadian Statistical Review. See Note to Users for that month. 



53 



SECTION 4 July, 1975 

TABLES 11 and 12 

Table 11: employment indexes,' by manufacturing industry 2 (1961 - 100), based on the 1960 standard industrial classification 











nor 


-durable 


manufacturing 3 












duroble manufacturing 






year 












paper 




chemi- 








metal 










and 














and 




cals and 






primary 


fabri- 


machin- 


transpor- 




non- 


month 




food 


rubber 


leather 


textile 




allied 


petroleum 


chem- 




furniture 


metal 


cating 


ery, 


tation 


elec- 


metal lie 






and bev- 


prod- 


prod- 


prod- 




indus- 


and coal 


ical 


wood 


and 


indus- 


indus- 


(ex elec 


-equip- 


trical 


mineral 






erages 


ucts 


ucts 


ucts 


clothing 


tries 


products 


products 


products 


fixtures 


tries 


tries 4 


trical) 


ment 


products 


products 


CANSIM 


1407 


1408 


1409 


1410 


1411 


1412 


1413 


1414 


1415 


1416 


1417 


1418 


1419 


1420 


1421 


1422 


1972 


p 


107.9 


118.4 


89.1 


122.3 


110.4 


119.6 


105.9 


114.3 


121.3 


139.3 


127.5 


133.3 


146.2 


152.5 


135.8 


117.9 


1973 


p 


110.2 


125.5 


91.5 


127 8 


114.4 


121.7 


105.7 


117.8 


132.7 


150.7 


132.4 


141.8 


161.0 


163.7 


142.6 


126.3 


1973 


A 


104.3 


125. 1 


90.5 


127.4 


115.6 


121.4 


103.0 


116.8 


129.8 


148.2 


128.4 


139.3 


155.0 


164.2 


142.4 


124.4 




M 


110.3 


126.7 


92.4 


128.4 


116.4 


124. 1 


107.4 


119.3 


134.1 


150.9 


133.5 


143.3 


161.1 


161.4 


130.9 


129.5 




J 


116.1 


128.1 


95. 


130.1 


117.2 


128.3 


110.7 


120.0 


137.2 


153.7 


135.6 


146.1 


165.1 


163.2 


137.6 


132.8 




J 


118.6 


125. 1 


92.4 


126.7 


109.7 


124.9 


110.8 


118.5 


135.4 


147.2 


135.4 


141.2 


163.3 


165.5 


141.9 


128.1 




A 


123.0 


124.8 


93.5 


128.1 


116.3 


115.8 


110.2 


119.5 


137.4 


152.5 


135.3 


143.3 


163.3 


163.0 


144.6 


132.8 




S 


118.7 


124.9 


93.0 


129.4 


117.0 


1 15. 1 


104.2 


119.2 


136.4 


151.8 


134.4 


144.3 


164.8 


169.7 


147.5 


131.2 







113.0 


126.9 


93.2 


130.4 


116.5 


122.7 


105.0 


118.8 


137.3 


154.2 


134.2 


146.0 


168.3 


172.9 


149.3 


131.4 




N 


111.0 


126.7 


92.6 


130.8 


113.2 


124. 1 


105.6 


119.5 


137.3 


157.5 


132.6 


146.5 


171.4 


158.9 


149.3 


129.0 




D 


104.6 


126.1 


90.7 


128.6 


110.4 


127.2 


105.0 


119.3 


134.2 


153.8 


133.7 


141.7 


170.3 


166.6 


147.7 


125.4 


1974 


J 


103.7 


128.9 


92.4 


127.8 


114.2 


126.3 


107.8 


120.9 


134.3 


156.9 


133.4 


144.4 


170.8 


163.8 


149.8 


124.9 




F 


102.9 


129.4 


91.7 


128.5 


115.6 


127.4 


109.2 


120.9 


137.9 


158.7 


134.3 


144.9 


168.7 


161.9 


144.4 


124.9 




M 


105.5 


124.0 


93.0 


128.7 


114.9 


128.2 


110. 1 


121.1 


140.1 


158.6 


135.2 


146.7 


171.6 


159.2 


150.6 


126.7 




A 


107.4 


122.0 


93.8 


129.5 


113.9 


130.0 


110.9 


122.0 


140.9 


159.0 


136.3 


146.3 


173.7 


160.8 


151.6 


130.7 




M 


112.2 


109.6 


93.4 


129.0 


113.9 


131.7 


116.8 


124.1 


143.1 


157.2 


140.3 


150.0 


176.8 


164.2 


154.9 


136.1 




J 


116.8 


115.8 


95.7 


132.9 


115.7 


138.2 


114.2 


126.4 


135.7 


163.0 


143.9 


153.4 


176.9 


163.1 


159.7 


140.9 




J 


118.2 


104.3 


92.1 


127.9 


110.2 


138.1 


118.6 


125.5 


140.0 


156.8 


139.0 


149.3 


173.8 


159.9 


156.4 


137.8 




A 


121.4 


115.1 


91.2 


127.1 


113.4 


138.8 


118.0 


127.3 


139.8 


158.1 


139.3 


150.2 


171.9 


156.3 


156.9 


138.5 




S 


119.9 


110.1 


89.4 


127.3 


113.8 


136.7 


113.9 


124.7 


130.4 


157.4 


137.5 


150.1 


174.5 


163.4 


158.4 


137.6 







111.9 


124.5 


89.7 


124.2 


114.1 


135.0 


113.3 


124.2 


122.5 


158.8 


139.1 


150.8 


175.6 


164.6 


160.4 


134.9 




N 


108.2 


129.8 


89.2 


118.0 


111.4 


132.6 


113.2 


124.8 


115.7 


155.4 


140.8 


150.4 


178.4 


160.7 


156.1 


131.0 




D 


102.6 


126.6 


86.4 


113.3 


105.7 


133.3 


113.0 


122.7 


108. 5, 


144. 7r 


140. 5r 


144.6, 


177.4 


156. 9r 


151 .5 r 


124.9 


1975 


Jc 


100.6 


131.2 


87.6 


112.1 


109.5 


129.9 


110.4 


125.0 


108.0 


140.2 


137.5 


139.5 


178.8 


137.9 


147.6 


119.2 




F c 


96.9 


129.0 


83.2 


109.6 


105.6 


127.5 


111.4 


124.0 


111.3 


135.9 


135.3 


137.9 


180.0 


144.6 


144.0 


119.3 




Mr 


98.8 


124.3 


84.8 


108.8 


104.6 


127.1 


106.9 


122.9 


113.7 


134.5 


135.3 


138.5 


179.1 


147.2 


142.8 


120.5 



'See footnote 1 and source in Table 10. ^Employment indexes in total manufacturing and in its total durable and non-durable components are given 

in Table 9, In addition to those listed, tobacco products; knitting mills; printing, publishing and allied; and miscellaneous manufacturing industries are included 

in non-durable manufacturing. 'Except machinery and transportation equipment industries. 

Table 12: average weekly wages and salaries, ' by industrial division, based on the 1960 standard industrial classification (dollars) 













manufacturir 


9 




transport- 




































and 
month 


industrial 




mining, 
including 




non- 
durable 


durable 




munication 
and other 




trade 


insurance 




















composite 


forestry 


mi Ming 


total 


goods 


goods 


struction 


utilities 


wholesale retail 


estote 


service 


CANSIM 


1439 


1440 


1441 


1442 


1443 


1444 


1445 


1446 


1447 


1448 


1449 


1450 


1972 P 


149.22 


172.92 


190.29 


156. 10 


144.64 


168.09 


209.90 


167.94 


151.65 


101.30 


140.79 


107.32 


1973 P 


160.46 


197.04 


2 1 1 . 42 


167.48 


154.71 


180.41 


225.45 


181.89 


162.20 


109.36 


154.54 


114.53 


1973 A 


157.89 


196.84 


208.37 


165.09 


153.37 


176.91 


217.81 


179.40 


159.97 


108.15 


152.09 


113.83 


M 


159.09 


192.27 


208.66 


166.02 


153.64 


178.77 


218.10 


180.58 


159.90 


109.57 


153.13 


114.32 


J 


161.08 


195.29 


209.55 


168.01 


154.91 


181.51 


223.77 


181.58 


162.14 


1 1 1 . 74 


152.99 


114.48 


J 


159.59 


191.40 


207.46 


164.63 


153. 16 


176.34 


228.12 


176.73 


1 62 . 07 


113.00 


152.59 


115.74 


A 


160.97 


195.67 


210.67 


165.23 


152.05 


178.72 


232.11 


185.81 


162.05 


112.07 


153.27 


114.80 


S 


164.08 


202.63 


214.78 


171.00 


155.24 


186.86 


238.85 


185.45 


164.46 


110.22 


156.03 


113.79 





165.65 


208. 19 


217.79 


173.44 


158.34 


188.45 


237.77 


186.62 


166.18 


110.55 


159.18 


115.86 


N 


165. 19 


201.04 


221.61 


173.46 


159.99 


187.06 


223.28 


188.40 


167.00 


109.92 


160.12 


116.48 


D 


162.24 


186.64 


219.41 


169.72 


158.49 


180.81 


205.15 


190.90 


166.28 


112.51 


161.15 


116.57 


1974 J 


167.72 


204.70 


225.36 


175.77 


162.49 


188.98 


233.27 


195.10 


168.21 


111.40 


164. 19 


119.18 


F 


169.06 


2 1 7 . 94 


226.44 


176.38 


163.60 


189.15 


236.42 


196.16 


170.21 


112.72 


166.79 


118.80 


M 


171.07 


222.42 


229.45 


178.72 


165.88 


191.52 


239.22 


197.76 


171.58 


114.52 


169.73 


119.59 


A 


172.56 


217.80 


229.79 


179.96 


166.48 


193.38 


240.62 


199.40 


173.36 


117.29 


171.49 


121.51 


M 


175.41 


217.67 


233.96 


181.67 


169.36 


193.81 


247.39 


203.84 


176.46 


119.41 


172.10 


123.55 


J 


176.40 


201.20 


233.54 


182.55 


170.19 


1 94 . 97 


249.53 


200.95 


179.46 


123.06 


172.11 


125.97 


J 


180.07 


218.39 


234.63 


184.99 


174.04 


196.02 


254.81 


205.66 


180.64 


126.14 


1 74 . 04 


129.13 


A 


181.73 


223.95 


240.44 


187.60 


175.66 


199.82 


258.06 


206.74 


180.31 


125.52 


174.09 


129.92 


S 


184.34 


229.86 


245.54 


192.61 


177.75 


207.70 


268.64 


208.62 


184.38 


123.43 


172.90 


129.38 





187. 10 


240.59 


252.72 


196.84 


181.96 


211.71 


270.92 


211.22 


186.43 


124.38 


174.21 


131.25 


N 


187.69 


240.26 


258.24 


197.87 


184.42 


211.24 


266.43 


212.14 


188.17 


126.42 


175.94 


132.52 


D r 


183.88 


200.85 


257.52 


192.61 


182.53 


202.61 


238.28 


215.12 


187.58 


128.48 


179.46 


132.49 


1975 J P 


191.56 


245.05 


263.38 


202.52 


190.87 


214.50 


267.29 


220.62 


193.59 


126.27 


184.49 


135.63 


Fp 


193.99 


253.23 


265.81 


204.99 


193.16 


216.93 


271.39 


224.08 


196.02 


128.30 


185.00 


135.36 


M P 


195.34 


266.41 


273.09 


206.37 


194.55 


218.25 


263.35 


223.95 


197.45 


132. 18 


187.14 


137.28 



'See footnotes and source at bottom of Table 9. 

These data were revised in the December 1974 issue of the Canadian Statistical Review. See Note to Users for that month. 



54 



July, 1975 



SECTION 4 
TABLES 13 and 14 



Table 13: average weekly wages and salaries,' by manufacturing industry, based on the 1960 standard industrial classification (dollars) 



non-durable manufacturing 2 



year 

and 
month 



paper 
and 
allied 
food and rubber leather textile indus- 

beverage products products products clothing tries 



chem- 

icals metal 

and primary fabri- 

petroleum chem- furniture metal eating 

and coal ical wood and indus- indus- 

products products products fixtures tries tries 



durable manufacturing 



machin- transpor- non- 

ery (ex tation elec- metallic 

elec- equip- trical mineral 

trical) ment products products 



CANSIM 1463 



1464 



1465 1466 



1467 1468 



1469 



1470 1471 



1472 



1473 1474 1475 



1476 



1477 1478 



1972 P 
1973p 



139.64 
150.92 



160.78 
171.89 



100.90 127.88 96.17 
107.83 135.65 102.03 



180.46 
192.37 



224.66 
244.41 



173.94 146.63 126.38 
186.27 161.18 134.13 



186.07 163.68 178.02 
218.47 174.85 185.25 



186.07 
201.39 



1973 A 150.79 168.10 105.17 132.58 100.04 190.74 248.92 183.82 156.58 132.83 198.92 170.62 182.44 198.35 



M 149.84 171.86 108.06 133.54 101.38 189.58 244.42 

J 151.45 170.92 107.46 136.97 101.14 191.89 243.13 

J 150.29 166.51 106.67 132.24 99.85 185.49 243.80 

A 146.56 164.15 106.94 134.85 102.77 186.59 244.17 

S 149.89 176.11 109.00 138.04 102.56 192.45 253.82 

152.76 179.81 112.05 139.39 104.39 198.65 256.87 

N 156.30 179.43 112.90 139.97 105.45 201.18 245.26 

D 157.13 171.90 109.14 136.39 99.36 204.49 245.08 

1974 J 159.27 182.53 113.26 141.51 106.27 205.69 257.56 

F 160.48 179.56 114.94 142.82 107.97 206.90 257.01 

M 162.92 179.05 116.11 144.22 112.20 209.25 260.53 

A 161.81 168.32 117.11 145.33 112.21 210.56 264.04 

M 164.45 179.02 118.59 150.14 113.82 214.03 271.31 

J 166.07 178.21 118.84 148.22 112.82 216.22 260.40 

J 171.75 181.90 117.61 149.38 114.58 219.17 272.27 

A 171.90 181.32 119.78 152.99 116.56 221.87 276.75 

S 170.53 186.88 122.84 158.08 117.28 226.20 282.35 

175.88 194.30 127.20 158.29 121.27 232.69 286.06 

N 179.21 204.01 129.37 159.18 121.80 232.97 286.86 



185.04 158.92 132.87 

185.07 160.89 133.83 

184.97 161.37 131.81 

184.09 161.13 134.19 
188.72 165.26 138.77 

190.10 167.20 140.06 
193.54 166.58 141.51 
192.27 161.26 125.56 

193.89 171.53 141.45 

195.27 171.99 142.67 

195.77 174. 16 144.54 

198.34 172.89 143.51 

198.82 174.36 145.09 

201.33 174.28 144.46 

205.26 174.82 146.98 

207.29 184.43 150.81 

212.67 188.27 154.44 

215.05 189.94 157.85 

216.80 193.98 159.10 



199.71 171.98 182.15 203.12 

200.24 175.64 186.49 207.09 

199.35 175.06 183.48 184.48 

203.58 174.73 184. 15 192.44 

205.04 180.27 190.78 214.89 

209.67 180.68 191.77 213.75 

2 08.89 182.08rl93.76 2 07.11 

209.61 171.95 186.16 201.16 



153.95 170.57 

163.28 184.52 

159.72 179.91 

158.88 183.81 

161.45 188.53 

161.32 187.19 

162.97 186.47 

167.85 190.24 

170.81 193.62 

172.37 189.56 

165.85 180.52 



210.68 182.24 196.42 211.36 171.12 190.32 

209.73 184.67 196.26 208.78 174.05 190.98 

212.79 186.24 199.24 210.16 178.30 191.96 

218.80 186.97 198.93 213.07 179.12 197.54 
214.54 188.12 199.66 213.35 180.54 199.90 
217.62 189.53 200.85 215.32 179.49 202.46 
221.20 192.46 197.30 216.35 179.96 203.10 
224.42 194.30 200.91 220.32 183.24 205.41 
230.46 202.63 210.75 233.55 188.29 214.19 
233.28 204.70 211.36 243.21 191.09 216.03 
232.86 204.14 217.27 233.59 191.85 215.25 

D 180.20 201.63 127.42 159.01 116.61 225.58 287.79 218. 04 188.42 r 147. 20 r 235. 66 rl 90.89 r 203. 83 r 213. 30 , 187. 30 r201 . 11 



1975 Jc 187.64 206.73 131.32 163.53 126.77 240.44 298.95 
Fd89.95 206.45 134.38 166.62 128.66 243.16 302.43 
M P 193.77 210.15 132.67 166.35 129.64 242.06 305.90 



222.67 202.33 159.97 
226.57 203.18 163.21 
228.25 205.55 165.80 



238.44 209.70 219.98 230.16 197.75 218.28 
240.23 211.60 222.79 233.10 200.66 218.97 
238.99 212.71 226.24 231.86 203.23 224.15 



'The data in Tobies 9 to 16 are based on reports from firms employing 20 persons or more in any month of the year and relate to the last pay periods in the 
month. Greater industrial and area detail and more explonatory notes are given in the source publication named below. 2 ln addition to those listed, tobacco products; 
knitting mills; printing, publishing and allied; and miscellaneous manufacturing industries are included in non-durable manufacturing. Source: Employment Earnings 
and Hours (72-002), Statistics Canada. 









Table 14: average weekly wages and salaries,' by province (dollars) 






year and 
month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. N.S. N.B. Que. Ont. Man. Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


CANSIM 


1495 


1496 


1497 1498 1499 1500 1501 1502 1503 


1504 


1505 



1972 P 
1973 P 



149.22 
160.46 



134.60 
149.09 



1 01 . 02 
111.17 



123.20 
134.44 



125.08 
133.97 



142.86 
154.30 



154.92 
165.61 



135.59 
144.76 



133.18 
142.28 



149.94 
161.12 



165.08 
178.22 



1973 



1974 



1975 



157.89 
159.09 
161.08 
159.59 
160.97 
1 64 . 08 
165.65 
165.19 
162.24 

167.72 
169.06 
171.07 
172.56 
175.41 
176.40 
180.07 
181.73 
184.37 
187.10 
187.69 
183.88 

191.56 

193.99 
195.34 



145.49 
146.93 
151.09 
152.15 
153.03 
155.26 
153.45 
155.25 
151.54 

155.97 
160.85 
161.38 
161.46 
164.98 
168.44 
170.54 
175.34 
173.77 
178.93 
177.84 
172.24 

187.76 
192.65 
197.08 



108.02 
108.66 
113.27 
1 1 0. 97 
1 1 0. 97 
113.24 
111.55 
115.92 
113.28 

118.81 
119.74 
120.21 
123.43 
125.45 
123.14 
127.16 
131.00 
131.34 
132.37 
134.99 
135.34 

144.67 
144.64 
146.19 



130.12 
131.73 
133.84 
134.42 
136.73 
138.85 
138.57 
139.72 
136.29 

142.39 
142.60 
145.03 
145.71 
146.78 
151.23 
152.93 
152.15 
153.76 
155.00 
156.57 
155.64 

165.38 
165.38 
168.62 



130.03 
129.22 
132.08 
131.81 
134.08 
134.51 
136.64 
140.20 
13 9.96 

145.50 
145.70 
148.46 
148.37 
149.51 
152.65 
158.21 
158.39 
157.22 
164.66 
164.21 
1 62 . 06 

173.71 
174.61 
179.36 



150.83 
153.14 
154.51 
153.51 
154.85 
158.02 
160.06 
160.16 
156.58 

162.06 
163.37 
165. 10 
166.80 
171.25 
171.84 
174.86 
175.95 
178.65 
182.33 
1 83 . 1 4 
179.34 

187.07 
189.83 

190.40 



163.70 
164.44 
166.60 
164.18 
165.54 
169.94 
170.92 
169.73 
166.16 

1 72 . 32 
1 72 . 64 
1 74 . 72 
176.38 
179.45 
180.67 
182.73 
184.13 
187.52 
190.14 
190.13 
186.29 

1 93 . 84 
195.86 
196.30 



142.63 
142.43 
144.73 
146. 14 
144.71 
146.56 
148.96 
150.38 
149.61 

153.45 
154.46 
157.08 
158.37 
159.43 
160.90 
166.23 
167.99 
168.83 
169.30 
168.76 
167.60 

173.67 
177.32 
179.36 



139.27 
140.67 
141.90 
143.35 
142.39 
145.36 
147.34 
147.55 
148.39 

149.25 
152.26 
153.85 
155.60 
156.61 
158.70 
164.36 
165.84 
166.32 
169.14 
170.45 
168.76 

174.15 
177.02 
180.55 



159.31 
159.96 
162.51 
160.57 
162.67 
163.37 
165.70 
165.40 
163.35 

168.05 
170.64 
171.78 
171.78 
174.88 
177.66 
182.29 
182.71 
184.43 
186.65 
188.83 
184.96 

193.19 
197.48 
199.53 



175.50 
177.80 
180.14 
178.61 
180.28 
181.74 
184.37 
182.96 
180.43 

185.83 
189.51 
191.82 
193.13 
194.72 
193.37 
203. 07 
208.31 
211.00 
212.47 
214.65 
208.08 

215.08 
216.68 
220.44 



'See footnote 1 in Table 13. 

These data were revised in the December 1 974 issue of the Canadian Statistical Review. See Note to Users for that month. 



55 



SECTION 4 
































July, 197 


TABLE 


15 








































Tabl 


e 15: average hourly earnings, ' based on the 


1960 sta 


ndard industrial classi 


: ication 


dollars 


per hour) 


























manufacturing 
















year 
































paper 


and 










non-durable 


durable 




















and 


month 




mining, 
includini 




otal 




goods 




goods 




food 

and b 


ev- rubber 




leather 






wood 


furniture 
and 


allied 

indus- 






! 
















textile 








milling 


unadj. 


S.A. 


unadj. 


S.A. 


unadj. 


S.A. 




erages products 


products 


products 


clothing 


products 


fixtures 


tries 


CANSIM 


1517 


1518 


4867 


1519 


4869 


1520 


4868 




1521 


1522 




1523 


1524 


1525 


1526 


1527 


1528 


1972 




4.34 


3.54 




3.25 




3.82 






3.21 


3.67 




2.35 


2.76 


2.35 


3.51 


2.74 


4.18 


1973 




4.82 


3.85 




3.52 




4.17 






3.50 


3.90 




2.57 


2.73 


2.54 


3.92 


3.00 


4.47 


1973 


A 


4.77 


3.79 


3.77 


3.49 


3.47 


4.07 


4.07 




3.46 


3.86 




2.55 


2.91 


2.50 


3.81 


2.96 


4.42 




M 


4.78 


3.82 


3.81 


3.49 


3.47 


4.12 


4. 11 




3.47 


3.94 




2.58 


2.92 


2.53 


3.82 


2.96 


4.42 




J 


4.78 


3.85 


3.84 


3.52 


3.50 


4.17 


4.15 




3.47 


3.98 




2.59 


2.96 


2.55 


3.90 


2.98 


4.46 




J 


4.77 


3.85 


3.88 


3.51 


3.52 


4. 16 


4.19 




3.48 


4.00 




2.53 


2.96 


2.52 


3.97 


2.98 


4.42 




A 


4.84 


3.83 


3.87 


3.46 


3.52 


4.18 


4.19 




3.39 


3.83 




2.55 


2.98 


2.55 


3.95 


3.03 


4.39 




S 


4.91 


3.93 


3.94 


3.51 


3.55 


4.31 


4.30 




3.48 


4.04 




2.59 


3.02 


2.55 


4.04 


3.09 


4.44 







4.95 


3.98 


3.99 


3.60 


3.61 


4.33 


4.33 




3.58 


4.15 




2.65 


3.04 


2.59 


4.07 


3.33 


4.63 




N 


5.01 


3.97 


3.99 


3.63 


3.65 


4.29 


4.31 




3.65 


4.11 




2.67 


3.05 


2.60 


4.07 


3.13 


4.68 




D 


5.03 


4. 04 


4.01 


3.71 


3.66 


4.33 


4.34 




3.78 


4.14 




2.71 


3.08 


2.58 


4.14 


3.07 


4.73 


1974 


J 


5.09 


4.08 


4.06 


3.72 


3.71 


4.40 


4.37 




3.76 


4.20 




2.75 


3.10 


2.66 


4.23 


3.16 


4.76 




F 


5.14 


4.09 


4.08 


3.74 


3.74 


4.40 


4.40 




3.80 


4.19 




2.78 


3.16 


2.69 


4.23 


3.20 


4.81 




M 


5.26 


4.15 


4.14 


3.81 


3.80 


4.46 


4.46 




3.88 


4.11 




2.81 


3.20 


2.77 


4.29 


3.22 


4.87 




A 


5.28 


4.21 


4.19 


3.86 


3.84 


4.52 


4.52 




3.88 


4.04 




2.84 


3.26 


2.81 


4.30 


3.26 


4.93 




M 


5.39 


4.27 


4.26 


3.93 


3.91 


4.57 


4.56 




3.93 


4.00 




2.89 


3.36 


2.87 


4.35 


3.34 


5.05 




J 


5.45 


4.30 


4.29 


3.96 


3.94 


4.60 


4.58 




3.93 


4.03 




2.95 


3.37 


2.92 


4.33 


3.38 


5.10 




J 


5.52 


4.39 


4.42 


4.07 


4.08 


4.69 


4.72 




4.08 


4.17 




2.93 


3.41 


2.91 


4.46 


3.42 


5.26 




A 


5.60 


4.44 


4.49 


4.10 


4.17 


4.76 


4.77 




4.05 


4.16 




2.95 


3.47 


2.95 


4.63 


3.47 


5.30 




S 


5.65 


4.54 


4.56 


4.15 


4. 19 


4.90 


4.89 




4.06 


4.18 




3.02 


3.54 


2.97 


4.72 


3.54 


5.41 







5.79 


4.64 


4.65 


4.26 


4.27 


4.97 


4.98 




4.24 


4.48 




3.09 


3.56 


3.04 


4.75 


3.62 


5.50 




N 


5.88 


4.67 


4.69 


4.32 


4.34 


4.97 


4.99 




4.32 


4.66 




3.17 


3.59 


3.07 


4.84 


3.65 


5.53 




D 


5.98 


4.71 r 


4.68r 


4.40 


4.34 


4.98 


4.99 




4.44 


4.73 




3.17 


3.64 


3.16 


4.93r 


3.63r 


5.56 


1975 


Jc 


6.00 


4.77 


4.75 


4.45 


4.43 


5.07 


5.04 




4.49 


4.79 




3.22 


3.71 


3.23 


5.05 


3.73 


5.64 




Fc6.04 


4.83 


4.82 


4.49 


4.49 


5.14 


5.14 




4.56 


4.86 




3.25 


3.72 


3.24 


5.05 


3.78 


5.69 




M P 6.21 


4.92 


4.91 


4.59 


4.58 


5.22 


5.22 




4.71 


4.94 




3.35 


3.77 


3.39 


5.10 


3.88 


5.71 




At .. 


4.94 


4.91 


4.61 


4.59 


5.23 


5.23 
































manufacturing 
























































other 


industries 
























chem- 


year 




printing, 
































and 




publishir 


9 


metal 


machin 












icals 










highway 


laun- 




month 




and 
allied 


primary 


fabri- 


ery 


transpor 


«i«^ 


non- 
metallic 


pe 


- 


and 




construction 




and 
bridge 


dries. 


hotels, 






metal 


cating 


vex 


tation 


elec- 


trc 


leum 


chem- 










cleaners 






indus- 


indus- 


indus- 


elec- 


equip- 


trical 


mineral 


an 


d coal 


ical 






engi- 


urban 


mainte- 


and 


restaurants 






tries 


tries 


tries 


trical) 


ment 


products 


products 


products 


products total 


building neerin 


g transi 


t nance 


presser: 


and tavern: 


CANSIM 


1529 


1530 


1531 


1532 


1533 


1534 


1535 


1536 


1537 1538 


1539 


1540 


1541 


1542 


1543 


1544 


1972 




4.20 


4.29 


3.75 


4.00 


4.26 


3.30 


3.85 


4 


92 


3.74 5 


15 


5.34 


4.83 


4.28 


3.13 


2.03 


2.08 


1973 




4.56 


4.68 


4.08 


4.36 


4.64 


3.53 


4.24 


5 


19 


4.01 5 


66 


5.88 


5.32 


4.61 


3.62 


2.26 


2.30 


1973 


A 


4.54 


4.55 


3.95 


4.25 


4.54 


3.44 


4.15 


5 


12 


3.97 5 


65 


5.77 


5.42 


4.59 


3.58 


2.23 


2.26 




M 


4.54 


4.63 


4.00 


4.31 


4.63 


3.41 


4.22 


5 


26 


4.00 5 


59 


5.79 


5.26 


4.57 


3.68 


2.28 


2.31 




J 


4.60 


4.61 


4.08 


4.35 


4.68 


3.45 


4.26 


5 


22 


4.01 5 


59 


5.84 


5.21 


4.42 


3.57 


2.31 


2.30 




J 


4.68 


4.67 


4.09 


4.36 


4.54 


3.56 


4.30 


5 


21 


4.02 5 


58 


5.83 


5.18 


4.59 


3.53 


2.28 


2.27 




A 


4.69 


4.79 


4.13 


4.39 


4.51 


3.56 


4.28 


5 


25 


3.98 5 


65 


5.90 


5.25 


4.65 


3.52 


2.23 


2.28 




S 


4.58 


4.81 


4.19 


4.51 


4.88 


3.63 


4.33 


5 


32 


4.05 5 


78 


6.01 


5.26 


4.61 


3.58 


2.24 


2.32 







4.64 


4.84 


4. 17 


4.51 


4.86 


3.67 


4.38 


5 


46 


4.04 5 


84 


6.04 


5.41 


4.66 


3.61 


2.30 


2.37 




N 


4.55 


4.83 


4.21 


4.55 


4.73 


3.69 


4.34 


5 


12 


4.09 5 


95 


6.16 


5.53 


4.83 


3.63 


2.32 


2.40 




D 


4.56 


4.87 


4.12 


4.57 


4.82 


3.66 


4.38 


5 


27 


4.21 5 


86 


6.04 


5.44 


4.95 


3.87 


2.37 


2.47 


1974 


J 


4.69 


4.86 


4.28 


4.68 


4.91 


3.76 


4.43 


5 


44 


4.15 6. 


09 


6.27 


5.68 


5.03 


3.81 


2.38 


2.47 




F 


4.70 


4.82 


4.34 


4.65 


4.86 


3.78 


4.43 


5 


41 


4.21 6 


15 


6.31 


5.79 


4.95 


3.90 


2.42 


2.48 




M 


4.77 


4.92 


4.38 


4.73 


4.90 


3.90 


4.48 


5 


49 


4.26 6 


19 


6.37 


5.79 


5.05 


3.85 


2.47 


2.49 




A 


4.85 


5.05 


4.42 


4.75 


5.00 


3.92 


4.59 


5 


59 


4.33 6. 


29 


6.46 


5.90 


4.97 


3.86 


2.51 


2.53 




M 


4.88 


5.03 


4.51 


4.85 


5.02 


3.98 


4.65 


5 


96 


4.33 6 


35 


6.60 


5.89 


5.08 


3.94 


2.58 


2.62 




J 


4.89 


5.09 


4.54 


4.82 


5.10 


3.98 


4.73 


5 


78 


4.36 6. 


21 


6.48 


5.77 


5.08 


3.68 


2.60 


2.62 




J 


5.10 


5.20 


4.68 


4.82 


5.19 


4.01 


4.83 


6 


01 


4.55 6. 


32 


6.58 


5.91 


5.10 


4.05 


2.54 


2.64 




A 


5.10 


5.30 


4.73 


4.88 


5.23 


4.11 


4.86 


6 


17 


4.59 6. 


45 


6.70 


6.06 


5.29 


4.12 


2.58 


2.65 




s 


5.20 


5.37 


4.84 


5.07 


5.45 


4.21 


4.94 


6 


25 


4.68 6. 


65 


6.84 


6.33 


5.44 


4.17 


2.65 


2.73 







5.26 


5.43 


4.89 


5.13 


5.61 


4.25 


4.98 


6 


42 


4.74 6. 


77 


6.95 


6.46 


5.52 


4.25 


2.71 


2.80 




N 


5.29 


5.45 


4.88 


5.15 


5.48 


4.26 


5.03 


6 


43 


4.81 6. 


90 


7.05 


6.62 


5.53 


4.36 


2.82 


2.84 




D, 


5.25 


5.54 


4.82 


5.05 


5.43 


4.31 


4.99 


6 


39 


4.91 6. 


75 


6.91 


6.39 


5.52 


4.41 


2.90 


2.91 


1975 


Jc 


5.40 


5.53 


5.03 


5.31 


5.44 


4.40 


5.11 


6 


30 


4.94 7. 


03 


7. 16 


6.73 


5.55 


4.63 


2.82 


2.90 




Fc 


5.48 


5.56 


5.10 


5.36 


5.60 


4.44 


5.15 


6 


33 


4.95 7. 


12 


7.22 


6.90 


5.60 


4.56 


2.88 


2.92 




M P 5.58 


5.67 


5.18 


5.49 


5.63 


4.50 


5.40 


6 


53 


5.04 7. 


17 


7.29 


6.90 


5.80 


4.49 


3.02 


2.97 




A1 





































'See footnote 1 in Tables 1 3 & 1 6. Source: Employment Eornlngs and Hours (72-002), Statistics Conodo. 

These data were revised in the December 1974 issue of the Canadian Statistical Review. See Note to Users for that month. 



56 



July, 1975 



SECTION 4 
TABLE 16 



Toble 16: average weekly hours, ' based on the 1960 standard industrial classification 



manufacturing 



year 
and 
month mining, 

including 



Tilling unadj. S.A. 



paper 
non-durable and 

goods durable goods food furniture allied 

and bev- rubber leather textile wood and indus- 

unadj. S.A. unadj. S.A. erages products products products clothing products fixtures tries 



CANSIM 1573 



1574 



4870 



1575 



4872 



1576 



4871 



1577 



1578 



1579 



1580 



1581 



1582 



1583 



1584 



1972 P 40.3 
1973 P 40.9 



40.0 
39.6 



39.4 
39.0 



40.5 
40.3 



39.0 
38.7 



40.9 
41.0 



38.5 
37.9 



40.7 
40.4 



36.4 
36.0 



39.6 
39.2 



41.7 
40.6 



40.8 
40.4 



1973 



A 40.6 

M 40.8 
40.9 
40.3 
40.6 
40.8 
41.0 
N 41.5 
D 40.5 



39.6 
39.8 
39.9 
38.7 
39.2 
40.0 
40.0 
40.0 
38.0 



39.4 
39.8 
39.6 
39.2 
39.2 
39.4 
39.4 
39.6 
39.6 



38.9 
39.1 
39.1 
38.4 
38.6 
39.1 
39.1 
39.4 
37.6 



38.7 



39 

38 

33 

38 

38 

38.7 

39.0 

3 9.1 



40.3 
40.5 
40.8 
39.0 
39.7 
40.9 
40.9 
40.6 
38.4 



4 0.5 
40.4 
39.5 
39.7 
39.6 
40.2 
40.2 
40.1 
40.2 



38.8 
38.7 
39.1 
39.0 
38.6 
38. 9 
38.4 
38.9 
37.5 



4 0.7 
41.4 
40.3 
39.3 
40.0 
41.6 
41.7 
42.3 
38.7 



37.0 
37.9 
37.4 
37.9 
37.7 
38.0 
38.1 
38.8 
36.5 



40.3 
40.4 
41.1 
38.9 
39.8 
4 0.7 
4 0.8 
40.7 
38.8 



35. 
35. 
35. 
35. 
36. 
35. 
36. 
36. 
34. 



38.9 
39.5 
39.4 
38.8 
38.9 
39.1 
39.3 
39. 
36.8 



4 0.5 
4 0.5 
40.7 
39.6 
4 0.5 
41.3 
41.1 
41.6 
36.3 



4 0.6 
4 0.5 
40.8 

3 9.1 
39.5 
40.6 

4 0.5 
40.8 
40.4 



1974 J 41.3 

F 41.1 

M 40.7 

A 40.2 

M 40.4 

J 39.9 

J 39.4 

A 39.8 

S 40.2 

O 40.8 

N 41.2 

D 39.8 



39.5 
39.4 
39.5 
39.2 
39.0 
39.0 
38.4 
38.7 
39.1 
39.2 
39.0 
36.8, 



39.7 
39.4 
39.4 
38.9 
39.5 
38.7 
38.9 
38.7 
38.5 
38.7 
38.6 
38.4, 



38.8 
38.8 
38.8 
38.3 
38.5 
38.4 
38.1 
38.3 
38.3 
38.4 
38.3 
36.4 



38.9 
38.9 
38.8 
38.1 
38.5 
38.2 
38.4 
38.2 
37.8 
38.0 
37.9 
37.8 



40.1 
40.0 
40.1 
39.9 
39.5 
39.5 
38.7 
39.1 
39.9 
40.0 
39.7 
37.1 , 



40.3 
40.1 
40.0 
39.6 
39.6 
39.1 
39.2 
39.1 
39.3 
39.3 
39.2 
38.8, 



38.4 
38.2 
38.2 
37.5 
38.0 
38.3 
38.5 
38.8 
38.1 
37.9 
37.8 
36.4 



41.5 
40.4 
40.9 
36.9 
39.8 
39.7 
39.6 
39.4 
39.8 
40.0 
41.3 
39.6 



38.1 
37.9 
38.1 
37.6 
37.5 
36.9 
36.2 
36.6 
36.8 
37.7 
37.3 
36.4 



40.2 
40.1 
39.9 
39.6 
40.0 
38.8 
38.6 
38.9 
39.7 
39.1 
38.8 
37.9 



36.1 
36.3 
36.8 
36.3 
36.0 
35.1 
35.5 
35.7 
35.6 
36.2 
35.9 
32.9 



38.8 

38. 9 

38. 

38. 

38. 

38. 

36. 

36. 

37.8 

37.7 

37.9 

35.5, 



40.8 

4 0.9 

4 0. 

40. 

39. 

39. 

39. 

39. 

40.3 

40.3 

40.3 

36.1 , 



40.8 
4 0.7 
40.6 
40.4 
40.2 
40.4 
39.3 
39.6 
39.6 
40.2 
39.9 
37.8 



1975 Jc40.7 38.6 38.8 38.1 38.2 39.2 39.4 37.9 40.6 37.0 38.2 35.7 37.8 38.9 40.1 

F 40.7 38.7 38.7 38.1 38.2 39. 2 r 39. 3, 37.8 39. 8 r 37. 4 r 38. 8, 36. Or 38.1 39. 1 r 40.0 

M P 40.9 38.2 38.1 37.6 37.6 38.8 38.7 37.5 39.7 35.9 38.1 34.7 38.1 38.5 39.3 

At .. 38.7 38.4 38.0 37.8 39.4 39.1 














manufacturing 
















other 


industries 






printing, 
















chem- 












year 






























and 


publishing 


metal 


ma- 










icals 










highway 


laun- 




month 


and 
allied 


primary 


fabri- 


chinery 


transpor 


a i n ^ 


non- 


pe- 


and 
chem- 




construction 




and 
bridge 


dries, 


hotels, 




meta 1 


cating 


(ex 


tat ion 


elec- 


metallic 


troleum 










cleaners 




indus- 


indus- 


indus- 


elec- 


equip- 


trical 


mineral 


and coo 


1 ical 






engi- 


urban 


mainte- 


and 


restaurants 




tries 


tries 


tries 


trical) 


ment 


produc' 


's products 


product: 


. products total 


bu i 1 d i n 


g neering 


transit 


nance 


pressers 


and taverns 


CANSIM 


1585 


1586 


1587 


1588 


1589 


1590 


1591 


1592 


1593 


1594 


1595 


1596 


1597 


1598 


1599 


1600 


1972 P 


37.7 


40.4 


40.8 


40.5 


40.8 


39.7 


42.2 


42.5 


40.8 


40.1 


38.3 


43.9 


42.1 


35.8 


36.6 


31.5 


1973p 


37.2 


40.4 


4 0.5 


40.7 


40.6 


39.7 


41.6 


43.2 


40.8 


39.5 


37.9 


42.7 


41.9 


41.2 


36.0 


29.9 


1973 A 


37.4 


40.8 


40.2 


40.7 


40.8 


39.4 


41.3 


45.4 


41.2 


38.0 


36.8 


41.0 


42.1 


40.6 


36.4 


30.0 


M 


37.6 


40.6 


40.3 


4 0.3 


41.5 


39.4 


41.7 


43.4 


41.5 


38.5 


36.7 


42.0 


43.2 


39.7 


36.3 


29.8 


J 


37.5 


40.6 


40.6 


41.0 


41.8 


39.9 


42.6 


43.2 


41.2 


39.8 


37.8 


43.5 


42.1 


41.3 


36.5 


3 0.3 


J 


37.0 


39.8 


39.8 


39.8 


36.8 


38.6 


41.7 


43.2 


40.4 


40.9 


38.6 


45.0 


42.5 


40.6 


36.2 


31.4 


A 


37.8 


39.8 


39.8 


40.2 


39.2 


39.2 


41.9 


42.1 


40.3 


41.2 


39.0 


45.3 


42.6 


41.3 


36.0 


31.2 


S 


37.6 


40.0 


40.9 


41.2 


42.3 


40.4 


42.5 


43.6 


41.2 


41.7 


39.7 


45.5 


41.4 


41.3 


36.5 


29.2 





37.5 


40.8 


4 0.9 


41.2 


41.8 


40.3 


42.4 


43.7 


41.1 


41.0 


39.0 


44.9 


41.7 


40.9 


35.7 


2 9.0 


N 


37.3 


40.5 


40.9 


41.2 


40.7 


40.5 


41.7 


43.3 


41.4 


39.3 


38.2 


41.8 


41.0 


41.5 


36.0 


28.6 


D 


34.8 


40.2 


38.6 


38.7 


38.5 


38.2 


38.5 


41.8 


39.3 


33.8 


33.2 


35.4 


42.9 


43.4 


32.4 


27.9 


1974 J 


35.8 


40.4 


40.3 


40.5 


40.4 


39.3 


40.9 


41.1 


40.3 


38.3 


37.2 


41.0 


41.2 


40.5 


34.2 


28.1 


F 


35.9 


40.4 


40.2 


4 0.5 


40.1 


39.3 


41.1 


41.2 


40.3 


38.5 


37.4 


41.4 


41.2 


40.8 


34.8 


27.9 


M 


36.3 


40.5 


40.2 


40.7 


40.0 


39.8 


40.6 


41.6 


40.1 


38.8 


37.6 


41.9 


41.2 


40.8 


34.4 


28.3 


A 


36.4 


40.8 


3 9.9 


40.2 


40.1 


39.6 


41.1 


42.4 


40.1 


38.3 


37.4 


40.5 


43.0 


39.8 


34.8 


28.1 


M 


36.0 


39.8 


39.2 


39.6 


39.6 


39.4 


41.3 


43.2 


40.4 


39.1 


37.6 


42.0 


41.8 


40.8 


35.2 


28.3 


J 


36.5 


40.0 


39.4 


39.7 


39.6 


39.3 


41.3 


41.9 


40.5 


40.3 


38.5 


43.8 


40.8 


36.2 


35.1 


29.0 


J 


36.1 


39.6 


38.9 


38.5 


39.1 


38.4 


40.3 


40.7 


39.3 


40.6 


38.5 


44.4 


41.6 


41.5 


35.2 


30.0 


A 


36.6 


39.7 


39.0 


38.9 


39.3 


38.5 


40.5 


40.5 


39.5 


40.3 


38.0 


44.7 


40.6 


42.3 


35.2 


30.2 


S 


36.4 


40.3 


40.1 


40.1 


40.5 


39.4 


41.3 


41.4 


40.0 


40.9 


38.7 


45.1 


40.5 


40.7 


34.9 


28.3 


O 


36.4 


40.2 


39.9 


39.6 


41.3 


39.1 


41.9 


41.6 


40.3 


40.5 


38.6 


44.3 


41.1 


41.2 


35.1 


27.9 


N 


36.6 


39.9 


39.7 


40.7 


40.0 


39.1 


40.9 


41.9 


39.9 


38.9 


37.3 


42.4 


41.8 


40.3 


35.2 


27.7 


D 


34.5 


39. 4r 


36.3 


37.7 


37.1 


36. 5r 


36.9 


42.0 


38.7 


34.4 


33.5 


36. 5r 


44.7 


39.6 


31.8 


27. 4r 


1975 J 


35.5 


39. 7r 


39.3 


4 0.1 


38. 9 r 


39. Or 


40. Or 


41.1 


39.1 r 


38.1 r 


36. 9r 


41.0 


40.4 


42.8 


33.5 


27.2 


F 


35. 7r 


39.7 


39. 2, 


40. lr 


39. Or 


38. 9 r 


39. 9r 


40. 7 r 


39. 2 r 


38.3 


37.1 


41. Or 


41.1 r 


41. 9r 


34. 2r 


27.1 


M P 35.8 


39.0 


39.0 


39.8 


38.6 


38.7 


39.4 


41.1 


39.5 


36.4 


35.5 


38.5 


41.1 


42.8 


34.6 


27.3 


A1 



































Includes hours paid in regular and overtime periods and hours of paid absence in the pay periods reported. See also footnotes in Table 13. 
Employment Earnings and Hours (72-002), Statistics Canada. 

These data were revised in the December 1974 issue of the Canadian Statistical Review. See Note to Users foi that month. 



Source: 



57 



SECTION 5 
TABLE 1 



July, 1975 



Toble 1: industry selling price indexes, selected industries' (1961 - 100), based on the 1960 standard industrial classification 





total 














fooc 


s and beverages 
























fruit 

and vege- 






confec- 










year 


industry 




slaugh- 








table 


feed 




tionery 




soft drin 


k 




and 


selling 




tering 


butter 






canners 


manu- 




manu- 


sugar miscel- 


manu- 






month 


price 




and meat 


and 


pasteu- 


fish 


and pre- 


fac- 


flour 


fac- 


refin- laneous 


fac- 


dis- 






index 


total 


packing 


cheese 


rizing 


products 


servers 


turers 


mills bakeries 


turers 


eries foods 


turers 


tilleries 


breweries 


weights: 


100.0 


22.0 


6.6 


8.7 


3.5 


6.4 


6.5 


4.4 7.3 


2.7 


2. 5 8. 1 


3.3 


3.1 


4.7 


CANSIM 


603098 


603049 


600003 


600027 


600019 


600058 


600072 


600092 600102 600124 


600148 


600156 601959 


600133 


600136 


600139 


1973 


142.8 


164.3 


187.0 


141.8 


157.1 


246.2 


142.8 


174.1 


167.4 152.7 


143.6 


191.9 136.3 


173.6 


116.6 


127.4 


1974 


171.2 


197.3 


191.7 


168.0 


180.0 


283.2 


173.5 


199.9 


214.6 186.4 


201.8 


515.6 175.7 


217.3 


122.2 


163.0 


1973 J 


143.0 


165.6 


187.7 


142.5 


157.9 


246.0 


141.4 


194.2 


145.3 147.0 


145.3 


186.5 136.4 


174.5 


116.5 


128.7 


A 


147.9 


182.6 


230.5 


144.9 


160.4 


269.8 


142.8 


207.0 


226.8 145.4 


146.2 


188.1 141.9 


174.8 


116.9 


128.0 


S 


147.7 


176.9 


206.8 


145.8 


162.5 


275.1 


145.3 


206.7 


201.4 164.2 


147.1 


189.5 144.4 


174.8 


117.0 


128.0 





149.0 


175.8 


204. 1 


146.0 


162.2 


279.8 


148.0 


187.8 


206.7 166.0 


147.7 


190.9 146.1 


174.8 


116.7 


128.0 


N 


150.4 


174.6 


199.3 


146.5 


159.9 


282.6 


151.8 


180.7 


209.3 164.9 


148.1 


205.9 147.3 


174.8 


116.6 


128.0 


D 


152.9 


176.1 


193.6 


146.9 


159.9 


287.0 


153.8 


189.0 


213.9 165.2 


149.9 


251.7 148.2 


177.1 


116.9 


128.0 


1974 J 


157.4 


182.2 


201.4 


150.0 


160.7 


291.7 


156.6 


194.3 


211.0 167.6 


164.8 


301.5 157.0 


178.9 


116.2 


143.8 


F 


160.1 


185.6 


194.5 


153.2 


163.0 


294.4 


159.6 


196.6 


217.5 169.1 


170.1 


365.8 161.1 


187.3 


115.4 


161.1 


M 


162.7 


186.1 


184.9 


156.4 


165.1 


295.3 


162.1 


198.0 


219.0 175.7 


182.9 


390.6 163.8 


189.9 


115.4 


161.1 


A 


165. 7r 


188. 6r 


186. Or 


163. 8r 


173.8r 


292.2 


164. 6r 


191.1 


r 214.7 179.2r 


186.6r 


407.1 167. 7r 


205.2 


115.3 


161.1 


M 


167.9 


188.3 


181.4 


164.3 


177.5 


284.4 


164.3 


187.1 


210.2 174.8 


187.9 


447.3 166.7 


209.5 


115.3 


164.7 


J 


169.9 


189.4 


183.8 


164.5 


177.5 


283.0 


168.3 


182.2 


205.4 181.5 


188.9 


449.3 171.1 


212.2 


115.3 


164.7 


J 


173.1 


193.7 


191.7 


166.0 


177.5 


272.6 


172.2 


187.3 


205.7 185.4 


211.0 


447.2 175.0 


214.9 


124.9 


164.7 


A 


175.9 


202.6 


196.4 


177.1 


180.6 


275.3 


179.1 


211.4 


217.0 188.2 


216.7 


542.4 180.1 


219.5 


129.6 


164.7 


S 


178.0 


206.2 


196.3 


178.8 


183.3 


275.5 


183.3 


211.8 


212.6 201.9 


22 0.3 


579.5 185.2 


227.5 


129.6 


164.7 





179.7 


210.2 


191.7 


179.1 


192.0 


277.0 


186.5 


214.3 


220.5 204.0 


227.4 


639.6 187.7 


253.9 


129.6 


166.0 


N 


182.6 


219.2 


195.9 


180.7 


203.5 


278.1 


191.0 


213.1 


218.4 204.9 


227.5 


898.8 194.7 


253.9 


129.6 


169.6 


D 


182.7 


216.1 


196.3 


182.1 


206.6 


279.3 


194.7 


210.9 


222.0 205.2 


238.1 


717.7 198.9 


254.6 


129.6 


169.6 


1975 J 


185.6 


215.1 


192.9 


183.0 


212.5 


279.8 


198.0 


207.4 


222.5 207.8 


249.5 


647.0 200.0 


254.6 


129.6 


175.9 


F 


187.0 


214.6 


185.0 


190.0 


216.0c 


278.1 


200.4 


200.0 


213.8 211.8 


252.8 


643.3 196.5 


281.9 


129.6 


175.9 


M 


187.1 r 


210.9 


180. 9, 


193. 7r 


219.9c 


278.6 r 


202.1 


194.3 


212. 6r 213.3 


252.7 


515.1 195. 8r 


287.6 


129.6 


175.9 


A 


188.9 


214.6 


183.5 


213.5 


228.1 


277.5 


201.8 


195.2 


217.6 217.2 


252.2 


493.9 195.5 


287.5 


129.6 


189.0 








rubber products 














textiles 


















4 


leather products 


















rubber 












IImm 




year 






tire an 


3 








COtton 






lino- 




and 






footwear tube 








leather yarr 


I wool synthetic 


carpet, 


leum and 


cotton 


month 


tobacco 




manu- 


manu- 




leather shoe 


glove and 


cloth clo 


th textile 


mat 


coated 


and 




products 


total 


facturers facturers total 


tanneries factories factories total mill 


s mil 


Is mills 


and rug 


fabrics 


jute bag 


weights: 


68.5 


100.0 


10.3 


53.5 


100.0 


19.8 


58.4 


4.1 


100.0 26. 


2 l.l 


28.2 


3.3 


4.2 


3.5 


CANSIM 


600176 


603051 


600197 


600212 603052 600220 600204 600215 603053 600257 600271 600289 


600311 


600336 


600328 


1973 


140.1 


111.3 


136.9 


106.5 


163.2 


174.7 


156.1 


207. 


7 121.2 135 


1 154 


.1 90.9 


101.2 


119.2 


147.8 


1974 


151.1 


133.5 


173.3 


125.9 


181.9 


183.4 


177.9 


230. 


2 150.1 176 


6 172 


.5 105.4 


115.2 


146.1 


201.6 


1973 J 


140.1 


110.1 


137.1 


105.0 


162.3 


169.1 


156.7 


209. 


6 120.1 130 


6 157 


.9 91.0 


101.0 


118.6 


146.0 


A 


140.3 


110.2 


137.8 


105.0 


166.8 


185.2 


157.5 


209. 


6 121.8 134 


4 157 


.9 92.1 


101.1 


118.6 


146.3 


S 


140.3 


112.3 


139.2 


107.1 


165.2 


174.1 


159.1 


209 


8 124.5 141 


2 158 


.7 92.7 


101.2 


119.1 


148.9 





140.3 


113.2 


139.8 


108. 1 


167.0 


176.9 


160.5 


211. 


133.0 161 


4 161 


.3 93 . 6 


101.3 


121.9 


156.6 


N 


140.3 


115.0 


139.8 


110.2 


167.2 


174.8 


161.4 


211. 


5 134.8 162 


8 162 


.3 93.9 


101.6 


124.0 


169.4 


D 


140.3 


115.0 


140.8 


110.2 


167.8 


175.5 


161.8 


214. 


8 136.2 163 


7 162 


.3 95.1 


104.0 


125.7 


171.8 


1974 J 


140.5 


119.8 


157.7 


112.5 


173.2 


181.5 


166.9 


221. 


2 142.4 175. 


2 164 


. 1 98.2 


107.4 


134.1 


171.8 


F 


140.7 


124.5 


167.3 


116.3 


176.0 


184.1 


170.0 


222. 


2 144.3 175 


1 169 


.9 99.4 


108.9 


135.5 


186.1 


M 


140.6 


126.5 


169.9 


118.2 


179.0 


184.3 


173.7 


228. 


9 145.7 175 


1 172 


.4 100.8 


109.8 


135.5 


192.4 


A 


150.9 


127. 9r 


170. 6r 


119.7 


179.3 


185.3 


173.8 


229. 


2 150. 8, 181 


4 174 


.6r 104.6 


114.9 


138.3 


208.8 


A 


150.9 


127.8 


169.9 


119.7 


179.3 


185.3 


173.8 


229. 


2 150.6 181 


4 174 


.2 104.6 


114.9 


138.3 


208.8 


M 


150.9 


13 0.1 


169.9 


122,4 


180.5 


185.4 


175.4 


22 9. 


2 151.8 180 


7 175 


.0 106.1 


116.0 


140.0 


210.1 


J 


150.9 


134.5 


175.0 


126.7 


182.2 


186.2 


177.5 


229. 


2 151.8 178 


2 171 


.7 106.2 


116.1 


146.3 


207.6 


J 


150.9 


134.7 


175.0 


127.0 


181.7 


182.4 


178.1 


229. 


2 153.3 179 


7 175 


.4 107.5 


116.4 


147.4 


207.6 


A 


151.1 


137.2 


176.7 


129.5 


182.5 


185.3 


178.2 


227. 


7 153.7 179 


7 174 


.7 107.8 


117.6 


149.0 


208.3 


S 


151.1 


140.4 


179.6 


132.9 


183.8 


184.9 


180.0 


230. 


4 153.4 177 


173 


.7 108.6 


118.5 


153.3 


208.3 





159.7 


140.5 


179.6 


133.0 


185.3 


183.0 


182.1 


239. 


9 153.3 175 


1 173 


.5 109.1 


118.7 


157.5 


206.1 


N 


159.7 


142.6 


179.6 


135.7 


188.9 


179.5 


188.7 


235. 


5 152.2 172 


9 172 


.4 108.5 


118.7 


157.4 


206.1 


D 


165.6 


143.7 


179.6 


136.8 


190.1 


178.7 


190.7 


235. 


5 151.1 169 


3 173 


.5 108.4 


118.8 


159.4 


206.1 


1975 J 


165.6 


146.8 


192.2 


138.1 


190.3 


173.9 


193.7 


220. 


8 150.3 167 


1 171 


.2 109.5 


119.1 


159.4 


204.1 


F 


165.8 


147.7 


192.5 


139.1 


189.9 


169.2 


194.5 


224. 


2 149.7 165 


9 172 


. 108.9 


119.1 


160.2 


199.3 


M 


166.2 


147. 5r 


193.0 


138.8 


r 191.7 


167.2 


197.7 


224. 


2 149. 4r 165 


7 175 


.9, 108.0 


119. 3, 


161.6 


199.3 


A 


178.9 


147.6 


196.0 


138.3 


194.4 


178.5 


197.9 


222. 


5 148.8 165 


4 176 


.3 107.8 


119.4 


160.8 


197.1 



See footnote(s) at end of table. 



58 






July, 


1975 
































SECTION 5 




































TABLE 1 - Cont. 






Table 1 


! industry 


selling 


price 


indexes. 


selec 


:ted in 


dustries' 


(1961 = 100), based 


on the 1960 standai 


■d industrial classi 


fication 


- Cont. 






















wood 












paper and al 


lied 










































































manu- 


year 




k 


nitting mills 














sash 




furniture 


and fixtures 






facturers 


and 




















veneer 


and doc 














of folding 








»r 








month 








other 












and 


and 




house- 




miscella 




pulp 


boxes and 








hosiery 


knitting 


men 


's 








plywood planing 




hold 


office 


neous 




and paper set-up 




ts: 


total 


mills 


mills 


clothing 


tota 


1 


sawmi 


lis mills 


mills 


total 


furniture 


furniture 


furniture 


total 


mills 


boxes 


weigh 


100.0 


34.7 


65.3 


35.C 


1 


100.0 


49.7 


14.2 


24.6 


100.0 


56.0 


8.5 


32.1 


100.0 


73.1 


5.2 


CANSIM 


603054 


600377 


600384 


600361 


603056 


600450 600428 600436 


603057 


600477 


600520 


600571 


603058 


600499 


600667 


1973 




107.2 


84.7 


119.2 


146 


.4 


212. 


8 


224.6 


191.6 


198.5 


142.2 


144.4 


148.2 


137.5 


131.6 


130.6 


133.1 


1974 




126.5 


93.8 


143.9 


170 


.9 


212. 


5 


205.6 


216.6 


220.2 


168.9 


173.4 


168.6 


161.5 


175.3 


176.9 


173.6 


1973 


J 


108.1 


84.6 


120.5 


145 


.7 


209, 


1 


217.5 


188.7 


200.5 


142.0 


143.4 


150.9 


137.2 


131.7 


131.3 


132.6 




A 


109.2 


85.7 


121.7 


146 


.0 


212. 


1 


223.4 


188.2 


201.2 


143.7 


145.5 


150.9 


138.7 


133.6 


133.5 


134.1 




S 


110.0 


86.2 


122.7 


149 


.0 


214 


.9 


227.4 


189.6 


203.2 


146.2 


148.5 


150.9 


140.8 


135.6 


134.7 


136.4 







111.4 


86.2 


124.8 


150 


.0 


212. 


4 


222.3 


191.1 


204.1 


147.0 


149.0 


150.9 


142.5 


138.5 


137.9 


137.2 




N 


111.6 


86.3 


125.1 


151 


.8 


211. 


6 


219.6 


195.9 


204.3 


149.2 


151.1 


152.8 


144.9 


143.9 


144.8 


137.3 




D 


113.0 


87.2 


126.8 


154 


.1 


212. 


4 


217.4 


209.5 


203.6 


150.4 


152.3 


154.3 


146.2 


145.4 


145.9 


139.8 


1974 


J 


121.6 


90.2 


138.3 


160. 


7 


211. 





212.1 


214.3 


205.4 


155.7 


158.2 


159.2 


150.3 


156.6 


158.4 


155.7 




F 


123.3 


90.5 


140.7 


162. 


.5 


213. 





213.2 


216.2 


209.0 


160.0 


163.4 


160.9 


153.7 


156.8 


157.9 


158.1 




M 


123.3 


90.5 


140.8 


163, 


.1 


224. 


7 


227.8 


221.5 


219.2 


162.4 


165.8 


164.2 


156.0 


159.5 


159.8 


158.5 




A 


125.2 


90.9 


143.5 


163, 


6r 


229. 


2r 


231.3 


o 229.6 


r 221. 4, 


163. 9r 


168.1 r 


164.2 


156.5r 


166. 7r 


167. 7r 


167. Or 




M 


125.6 


91.3 


143.9 


167 


.5 


226. 


2 


225.6 


- 232.0 


221.2 


165.3 


170.0 


164.5 


157.2 


167.4 


167.4 


174.8 




J 


125.8 


91.5 


144.1 


169 


.8 


221. 


,8 


216.3 


234.0 


223.3 


167.5 


172.4 


166.7 


159.3 


169.2 


169.1 


175.3 




J 


126.8 


93.1 


144.7 


174 


.4 


219. 





209.4 


234.9 


224.6 


170.0 


175.9 


167.1 


160.6 


182.8 


184.7 


180.0 




A 


128.0 


96.7 


144.6 


175 


.2 


209. 


5 


198.7 


210.9 


224.1 


172.8 


178.5 


168.1 


164.0 


185.3 


187.4 


183.2 




S 


128.7 


97.1 


145.5 


175 


.7 


203. 


8 


190.2 


204.6 


223.8 


175.7 


181.2 


173.4 


166.6 


187.9 


190.3 


187.0 







129.8 


97.7 


146.9 


176, 


,3 


197. 


7 


179.7 


203.3 


223.6 


177.0 


181.9 


174.6 


169.1 


189.2 


192.2 


182.7 




N 


129.9 


97.9 


147.0 


176. 


7 


197. 


9 


181.5 


198.2 


223.9 


178.5 


182.5 


177.4 


172.0 


190.9 


194.0 


183.2 




D 


129.5 


97.9 


146.3 


181, 


,7 


198. 


3 


181.4 


200.8 


224. 3 r 


179.6 


183.2 


182.6 


172.7 


191.5 


194.4 


183.7 


1975 


J 


130.3 


97.5 


147.7 


188. 


1 


198. 


1 


180.8 


200.6 


224.2 


180.7 


185.1 


182.6 


173.6 


204.5 


211.0 


189.5 




F 


130.4 


97.5 


147.8 


189. 





203. 


1 


187.7 


207.6 


223.9 


181.5 


185.7 


183.6 


173.6 


205.6 


212.4 


191.3 




M 


130.5 


97.5 


148. Or 


189. 


1 


206. 


Or 


191.1 


209.7 


r 226.3 


181.4 


185.5 


184. Or 


173.6 


205.4 


212. Or 


192.2 r 




A 


130.3 


97.6 


147.6 


189. 


1 


215. 


8 


203.6 


217.9 


232.4 


181.7 


185.5 


184.2 


174.2 


206.8 


213.8 


193.9 






paper and 














primary 


metals 




































copper 






year 
and 




allied (concl) 




















and 
a 1 1 oy , 




metal fabricating 


























aluminum 


meta 1 










month 




corrugated 


















rolling, 


rolling, 


rolling, 




hard- 




agri- 






box 


other 






iron 




stee 


1 pipe 




smelting 


casting 


casting 


casting 


wire and 


ware, 


heating 


cultural 






manu- 


paper 






and : 


;teel 


and 


tube 


iron 


and 


and 


and 


and 


wire 


tool ond 


equip- 


imple- 




ts: 


facturer! 


; converters total 


z 


mills 




mill: 




foundries 


refining 


extruding 


extruding extruding 


products 


cutlery 


ment 


ments 


weigh 


6.6 


8.6 


100.0 


31.9 




6.5 




4.2 


45.1 


4.4 


4.9 


3.0 


14.2 


7.5 


5.4 


18.3 


CANSIM 


600688 


60054/ 


! 603059 


600677 


603040 


601914 


601798 


601774 


601738 


600834 


600678 


600582 


600593 


600563 


1973 




136.9 


138.7 


155. 





130, 


6 


117 


.0 


143.1 


175.6 


109.7 


208.9 


187.1 


142.2 


143.2 


119.4 


136.8 


1974 




165.4 


176.0 


192. 


6 


166, 


,1 


142 


.4 


185.4 


212.2 


139.8 


260.5 


264.5 


173.1 


167.9 


134.5 


156.5 


1973 


J 


133.0 


137.8 


157. 


8 


132 


.4 


116 


.7 


142.4 


180.4 


109.1 


207.2 


188.9 


142.2 


140.3 


119.3 


134.6 




A 


133.0 


139.7 


160. 


2 


132, 


,6 


118 


.8 


143.1 


183.3 


109.1 


221.2 


195.6 


143.4 


139.7 


119.8 


135.3 




s 


143.9 


141.1 


160. 


6 


132, 


9 


119 


.1 


143.6 


182.9 


111.2 


225.9 


197.7 


145.1 


148.5 


119.8 


137.2 







143.9 


142.8 


164. 


2 


133, 


,2 


121 


.2 


143.9 


188.9 


111.5 


237.9 


200.6 


148.7 


149.5 


120.2 


138.1 




N 


143.9 


147.4 


167. 


1 


134, 


,5 


121 


.2 


151.8 


192.5 


116.8 


237.7 


208.4 


149.5 


149.7 


120.2 


146.4 




D 


143.9 


150.0 


167. 


2 


136. 





121 


.2 


152.3 


190.5 


118.5 


245.2 


212.7 


152.3 


153.2 


122.0 


146.5 


1974 


J 


143.9 


157.7 


173. 


7 


142. 


8 


134 


.5 


153.6 


196.6 


124.9 


248.7 


221.1 


154.4 


156.2 


123.5 


146.2 




F 


143.9 


161.1 


179. 


8 


146. 


7 


136 


.5 


163.1 


204.8 


125.8 


250.4 


237.6 


158.6 


157.4 


124.8 


146.1 




M 


157.0 


164.3 


186. 





151. 


4 


137 


.8 


167.7 


212.0 


125.8 


257.6 


264.7 


164.0 


162.2 


128.6 


146.8 




A 


159.2 


170.8 


r 190. 


5r 


154, 


,5r 


138 


.7 


180.1 r 


216.6r 


134.1 r 


265. 2 r 


270.3 


166. 7r 


164. 5r 


129. 4r 


148.3 




M 


159.2 


172.7 


196. 


8 


167. 


4 


139 


.6 


175.7 


219.6 


134.4 


276.5 


279.6 


170.2 


165.9 


131.0 


151.2 




J 


159.2 


174.2 


197. 





169, 


,0 


139 


.6 


181.9 


217.9 


136.2 


278.5 


282.1 


175.9 


167.5 


131.4 


152.6 




J 


174.3 


180.8 


196. 


7 


171, 


8 


139 


.6 


182.5 


214.8 


138.0 


281.4 


279.7 


180.0 


170.0 


137.8 


155.6 




A 


177.5 


182.6 


197. 


5 


173. 


7 


139 


.6 


189.3 


216.1 


139.9 


266.9 


277.6 


181.1 


170.9 


139.2 


161.4 




S 


177.5 


183.9 


198. 


3 


175. 


9 


140 


.7 


213.4 


213.6 


151.2 


262.3 


272.7 


181.5 


173.3 


140.0 


163.8 







177.5 


185.6 


198. 


5 


178. 


3 


154 


.2 


203.5 


211.9 


155.7 


255.7 


268.1 


181.9 


173.5 


141.2 


163.9 




N 


177.5 


188.1 


198. 


5 


178, 


,4 


154 


.2 


207.3 


213.0 


155.6 


247.4 


262.6 


181.8 


176.1 


143.2 


170.9 




D 


177.5 


190.4 


197. 


9 


183. 





154 


.2 


213.0 


209.0 


155.6 


238.0 


257.9 


182.2 


177.8 


144.4 


171.1 


1975 


J 


177.5 


195.3 


203. 


1 


188. 


1 


159 


.8 


214.5 


217.7 


156.4 


227.8 


254.0 


182.2 


178.5 


144.8 


177.3 




F 


177.5 


196.2 


203. 





195. 


4 


165 


.9 


214.5 


212.7 


156.4 


216.4 


248.3 


189.3 


180.9 


146.4 


184.1 




M 


177.5 


196.5 


r 203. 


9r 


195. 


1 r 


165 


.5 


214.6 


215.1 r 


156.4 


216.4 


248. 7 r 


194.2r 


182. Or 


147.7 


185. 8r 




A 


177.5 


196.7 


204. 


9 


200. 


2 


167 


.9 


215.4 


212.9 


156.4 


216.4 


251.7 


194.9 


183.5 


148.5 


186.5 



See footnote(s) at end of table. 



59 



SECTION 5 


























July, 1975 


TABLE 


1 — Cone 


1. 




























Table 1: ind 


jstry sell 


ng price 


indexes, selected industr 


ies' (1961 


= 100), b 


ased on th 


e 1960 standard ir 


dustrial classification — concluded 






trar 
eq 


sportation 
uipment 






electrical products 
































manufac- 












year 








mam 


- manu- 










turers of 




non-metal 1 


and 








focturers focturers 


manufac- 


manuf ac- 




manu- 
facturers 














month 






vehicle 


of small of major 


turers of 


turers of 




m l sc e 1 • 
loneous 






gypsum 


concrete 


ready-mix 








parts 


electrical electrical 


household 


electrical 


battery 


of electric 


elec- 




cement 


products 


products 


concrete 






motor 


and acces- appl 


appli- 


radio and 


industrial 


manu- 


wire and 


trical 




manu- 


manu- 


manu- 


manu- 




ts: 


vehicle 


sories 


ances ances 


television 


equipment 


facturers 


cables 


products 


total 


facturers 


facturers 


facturers 


facturers 


weigh 


48.0 


16.5 


4.9 


16.6 


10.8 


17.3 


3.3 


12.1 


11.8 


100.0 


14.9 


5.1 


16.6 


15.9 


CANSIM 


600705 


600717 601747 603008 


600795 


600758 


600753 


600820 


600812 


603064 


600846 


600856 


601890 


601902 


1973 




108.2 


121.0 


103 


4 104.0 


89.6 


115.0 


133.0 


157.2 


118.4 


140.8 


140.4 


134.6 


140.3 


150.6 


1974 




115.8 


131.9 


113 


4 119.3 


91.3 


140.9 


161.5 


198.3 


137.3 


163.8 


160.0 


153.9 


168.7 


176.9 


1973 


J 


108.0 


120.9 


103 


9 103.5 


89.1 


115.2 


133.8 


157.2 


119.0 


141.0 


140.8 


134.2 


139.7 


152.3 




A 


108.0 


122.6 


104 


1 104.2 


89. 1 


115.6 


133.8 


160.4 


119.5 


141.7 


140.9 


138.7 


140.5 


152.4 




S 


108.0 


123.5 


104 


6 104.8 


88.9 


116.2 


134.5 


164.2 


120.3 


142.1 


140.8 


138.7 


140.7 


152.4 







107.7 


123.7 


105 


1 105.3 


88.8 


117.2 


134.5 


167.1 


120.8 


142.9 


140.8 


138.7 


141.6 


155.0 




N 


107.7 


124.2 


105 


3 106.3 


89.0 


119.8 


134.5 


173.6 


120.7 


144.6 


140.8 


138.7 


147.7 


155.0 




D 


110.5 


124.4 


105. 


8 107.3 


89.0 


121.0 


135.2 


173.0 


123.7 


146.3 


140.8 


145.6 


150.8 


155.8 


1974 


J 


111.4 


125.5 


105. 


7 109.4 


90.6 


125.1 


137.4 


177.4 


121.5 


153.6 


152.5 


150.0 


156.3 


164.9 




F 


111.4 


125.8 


106 


8 112.7 


91.0 


127.2 


139.1 


179.9 


127.9 


155.6 


157.4 


150.0 


156.7 


165.1 




M 


111.3 


127.0 


107 


9 113.3 


91.7 


130.4 


142.2 


185.1 


130.0 


158.1 


158.1 


150.0 


162.1 


170.3 




A 


111.6 


128.0 


r 110 


Or 116.5 r 


92.1 r 


132.7 


149.1 


191.1 


131. 9r 


159.0, 


158.5 


150.0 


162.8 


171.3 




M 


113.9 


128.5 


110 


4 114.9 


90.8 


136.4 


156.7 


194.6 


132.0 


159.6 


158.5 


150.8 


163.9 


172.8 




J 


114.3 


129.5 


114 


1 116.4 


91.0 


140.9 


163.1 


197.8 


134.4 


161.5 


158.7 


154.3 


168.3 


173.0 




J 


115.5 


133.5 


114. 


7 119.3 


90.8 


143.5 


169.7 


203.0 


139.4 


164.7 


161.4 


154.3 


169.2 


173.5 




A 


116.1 


135.2 


115. 


4 122.5 


90.8 


145.5 


170.2 


206.5 


142.6 


168.4 


162.8 


152.4 


173.4 


183.7 




s 


116.2 


136.0 


117 


4 127.5 


92.1 


149.7 


174.1 


210.3 


145.2 


170.0 


162.9 


156.7 


176.0 


184.2 







122.4 


137.1 


119 


5 129.4 


92.7 


151.3 


174.6 


212.5 


147.2 


170.3 


162.9 


160.1 


175.5 


184.4 




N 


122.4 


137.6 


119 


5 125.8 


92.7 


153.4 


177.1 


213.1 


148.0 


170.6 


162.9 


159.1 


176.4 


184.7 




D 


122.8 


140.3 


119 


2 126.0 


94.2 


157.4 


182.3 


208.7 


147.8 


174.8 


162.9 


159.2 


184.5 


195.4 


1975 


J 


121. 2, 


144.8 


123. 


2 133.9 


95.6 


161 .3 r 


185.3 


208.0 


148.8 


186.5 


187.5 


158.5 


191.6 


206.9 




F 


120. 8r 


145.8 


123. 


7 134.9 


95.5 


164. 3, 


188.0 


208.2 


149.4 


189.3 


187.4 


160.2 


193.5 


207.2 




M 


122. 4r 


145.9 


125. 


4r 136. lr 


94.1 r 


165. 7, 


187. 5 r 


204. 8r 


153.1 r 


190.1 , 


187.4 


162.0 


195.4, 


208.0, 




A 


122.9 


145.9 


125. 


7 136.6 


94.2 


166.9 


187.5 


204.8 


153.8 


192.4 


187.4 


163.8 


198.3 


212.8 






non-metallic 






























mineral 


products 






























— concluded 








chemical 


and chemical products 




miscellaneous manufacturing 


year 


clay 










manufa< 




manu- 






jewel- 






and 




products 










manufac 


- turers o 


f 


facturers 


manufoc 




lery 


buttons, 




month 




manu- 




petroleum and 


manu- 


turers o 


f pharma- 


paint 


of soaps 


turers ol 


clocks 


and 


buckles 


fountain 






facturers 
(from 


abrasives 


coal 


products 


facturers plastics 
of mixed and 


ceutica 
and 


s and 
varnish 


and 


indus- 


and 
watch 


silver- 


and 


pen and 










cleaning 


trial 


ware 


fasteners 


penci 1 






domestic 


manu- 




petroleum 


ferti- 


synthetic medi- 


manu- 


com- 


chem- 


manu- 


manu- 


manu- 


manu- 




ts: 


clay) 


facturers 


total 


refining tota 


lizers 


resins 


cines 


facturers 


pounds 


icals 


facturers 


facturers 


facturers 


facturers 


weigh 


5.2 


6.5 


100.0 


97.0 100.0 3.9 


8.7 


11.7 


10.0 


11.3 


32.7 


2.7 


9.4 


2.3 


2.3 


CANSIM 


600870 


600837 


603065 


600882 603066 600908 600952 


600913 


600922 


600932 


600897 


600988 


600737 


600992 


600984 


1973 




140.2 


116.2 


133.1 


133.1 110 


6 133.8 


94.5 


110.8 


128.3 


119.5 


103.5 


140.0 


198.9 


111.5 


113.4 


1974 




164.4 


128.3 


178.3 


178.6 144 


2 194.7 


147.1 


117.7 


157.5 


144.9 


143.5 


154.8 


269.8 


133.8 


132.8 


1973 


J 


140.0 


116.5 


131.5 


131.4 109 


9 132.1 


92.8 


110.2 


129.6 


119.5 


102.5 


140.6 


214.0 


110.5 


112.1 




A 


140.0 


117.1 


136.9 


136.8 111 


2 132.3 


95.7 


110.6 


130.0 


123.4 


103.0 


142.9 


208.6 


110.5 


112.1 




s 


141.4 


117.3 


138.8 


138.7 112 


2 132.2 


98.1 


111.1 


131.0 


122.8 


104.5 


142.9 


208.6 


110.5 


113.3 







141.9 


116.8 


140.3 


140.2 113 


7 132.8 


98.9 


112.0 


132.5 


123.4 


107.0 


143.7 


215.4 


125.9 


116.7 




N 


146.0 


116.6 


145.7 


145.6 115 


5 149.6 


99.0 


112.0 


132.5 


125.5 


108.5 


143.7 


211.5 


125.9 


117.9 




D 


148.7 


116.6 


153.6 


153.6 119 


2 154.2 


106.0 


112.8 


133.7 


127.2 


113.7 


143.7 


217.7 


125.9 


117.9 


1974 


J 


154.6 


124.2 


156.9 


157.2 124. 


7 165.0 


119.7 


113.6 


137.8 


128.7 


120.1 


146.3 


229.2 


125.9 


127.0 




F 


156.3 


123.9 


158.2 


158.2 128 


5 167.9 


122.7 


113.6 


141.2 


131.8 


126.7 


146.3 


256.9 


125.9 


127.0 




M 


157.5 


123.8 


158.2 


158.2 131 


8 174.1 


128.4 


115.2 


143.4 


136.6 


129.0 


146.9 


269.0 


125.9 


130.1 




A 


161.4 


124.4 


158. 3r 


158.2 r 135 


6r 176.1 


140.3 


116.7 


149.3 


137.4, 


131.7, 


149.3, 


275.0, 


131.0 


130.1 




M 


160.2 


123.8 


176.4 


178.8 138 


1 177.0 


145.0 


118.1 


151.9 


139.3 


134.6 


147.0 


274.9 


132.5 


130.1 




J 


164.4 


124.9 


190.4 


190.1 142 


2 177.5 


149.4 


118.8 


154.6 


144.9 


140.0 


148.5 


269.1 


132.5 


130.1 




J 


167.2 


127.5 


190.4 


190.7 146 


8 200.5 


155.2 


118.4 


158.6 


148.5 


144.7 


157.6 


267.5 


134.3 


133.0 




A 


167.7 


132.0 


189.4 


189.6 150 


2 204.5 


156.1 


117.7 


166.3 


150.2 


149.3 


158.6 


274.2 


134.3 


133.0 




S 


168.6 


133.2 


190.2 


190.4 155 


1 214.2 


162.4 


117.8 


168.3 


152.4 


157.1 


164.7 


272.2 


136.6 


134.6 







169.8 


132.7 


190.0 


190.3 158 


5 215.5 


164.9 


119.8 


171.1 


153.2 


162.7 


165.0 


280.7 


142.0 


138.9 




N 


170.0 


134.4 


190.1 


190.3 160 


5 226.8 


163.8 


120.8 


172.5 


156.6 


164.5 


165.0 


293.1 


142.0 


139.6 




D 


172.1 


134.3 


190.4 


190.6 162. 


3 236.9 


162.8 


122.3 


174.9 


158.1 


166.3 


166.0 


287.1 


142.1 


139.6 


1975 


J 


178.2 


148.6 


190.1 


190.3 166 


1 244.9 


166.2 


125.1 


182.1 


157.9 


170.7 


168.4 


289.8 


142.1 


148.7 




F 


188.4 


152.7 


190.0 


190.1 167 


9 248.3 


167.0 


126.8 


182.1 


158.1 


172.8 


175.4 


315.7 


142.1 


151.0 




M 


188.7 


153.9 


199. 4r 


199.7r 168 


3 254.3 


165.2 


127. 3r 


182.1 


158.1 r 


173.4 


175.4 


314.5, 


142.1 


151.0 




A 


191.0 


157.2 


199.8 


200.1 168 


4 253.6 


166.0 


126.9 


183.5 


155.9 


174.1 


177.8 


307.2 


145.7 


151.0 



'The data for 1974 is subject to revision. Effective January 1973, changes have been made to this index. For details see May 1973 issue of catalogue 

62-002. Source: Prices and Price Indexes (62-002), Statistics Canada. 



60 



July, 


1975 




























: 


SECTION 5 


































TABLES 2 and 3 














Table 


2: general wholesale price indexes' (1935-39 - 100) 




















principal components 












special groupings 










iron 


raw 


fully 


& chiefly 


manufactured goods 


year 

and 




vege- 












non- 


chem- 




iron 






month 






table 




textile 




iron 


non- 


metallic 


ical 


non-farm 


& non- 


& partly 


f 


& non- 




non- 








prod- 


animal 


prod- 


wood 


prod- 


ferrous 


min- 


prod- 


prod- 


ferrous 


mfg. 




ferrous 




ferrous 






total 


ucts 


products 


ucts 


products 


ucts 


metals 2 


erals 


ucts 


ucts 3 


metals 4 


goods 5 


total 5 


metals 6 


iron 


metals 6 


CANSIM 


601001 


601002 


601003 


601004 


601005 


601006 


601007 


601008 


601009 


601010 


601011 


601012 


601013 


601014 


601015 


601016 


1973 




376.9 


354.9 


455.3 


337.7 


504.1 


354.3 


326.5 


254.1 


263.3 


364.6 


406.0 


367.5 


382.1 


358.2 


353.2 


465.9 


1974 




460.4 


485.2 


492.8 


423.0 


563.2 


442.8 


417.7 


330.3 


324.2 


442.5 


511.3 


468.2 


456.1 


436.0 


425.9 


651.8 


1973 


A 


402.9 


416.2 


516.3 


336.1 


506.3 


355.5 


341.8 


258.8 


265.2 


368.2 


416.4 


411.2 


397.7 


359.5 


353.9 


480.1 




S 


4 00.9 


411.0 


490.6 


353.1 


509.8 


359.9 


341.3 


262.4 


269.3 


373.5 


418.4 


408.0 


397.3 


364.4 


358.3 


496.5 







405.0 


412.6 


486.5 


379.7 


506.3 


362.6 


356.6 


263.4 


272.5 


381.0 


429.5 


412.0 


401.3 


367.9 


360.9 


515.9 




N 


408.6 


414.0 


482.4 


386.5 


516.4 


372.0 


362.7 


258.2 


277.2 


387.2 


439.5 


415.6 


405.6 


373.6 


367.2 


511.3 




D 


413.0 


422.2 


479.8 


391.5 


516.4 


377.2 


361.6 


277.3 


284.1 


392.0 


441.0 


417.8 


410.0 


378.8 


372.2 


520.2 


1974 


J 


429.2 


438.2 


495.3 


415.8 


534.8 


392.2 


376.2 


291.2 


288.0 


408.4 


457.7 


441.4 


422.2 


393.3 


386.8 


533.5 




F 


437.8 


459.8 


487.3 


415.7 


536.4 


402.4 


401.0 


298.4 


293.5 


416.5 


478.0 


451.8 


429.8 


402.8 


395.8 


555.2 




M 


445.5 


468.1 


474.1 


421.1 


552.4 


426.2 


413.9 


298.9 


300.3 


429.4 


499.0 


459.7 


437.4 


416.2 


408.1 


588.3 




A 


454. Or 


468.8 r 


479.0 


429.4, 


571. 7 r 


435. 3 r 


422.9 


316. 3, 


308.1 r 


441. 9 r 


509. 4 r 


467.4 r 


446.4 r 


426. 7 r 


416. 2r 


649.9 




M 


453.3 


465.1 


473.9 


426.0 


564.1 


440.6 


432.8 


325.1 


308.5 


443.5 


519.4 


463.5 


448.2 


434.3 


422.6 


684.2 




J 


452.5 


453.3 


484.6 


427.3 


558.2 


444.1 


428.3 


332.9 


316.0 


443.8 


518.8 


455.6 


450.5 


439.4 


427.4 


695.1 




J 


462.7 


463.8 


497.3 


428.8 


580.7 


453.6 


423.2 


342.2 


331.6 


453.2 


522.4 


467.1 


460.3 


444.7 


433.0 


694.4 




A 


469.0 


482.2 


503.1 


429.7 


577.6 


454.6 


429.1 


348.7 


338.7 


455.1 


525.8 


472.9 


466.8 


445.6 


434.2 


689.6 




S 


472.0 


489.9 


506.1 


427.4 


577.6 


461.2 


425.1 


351.5 


345.2 


456.4 


526.9 


471.2 


475.2 


451.6 


440.2 


696.7 







478.1 


524.3 


496.7 


426.9 


565.8 


470.4 


423.7 


352.9 


351.6 


455.9 


531.4 


482.1 


476.0 


461.0 


450.3 


690.4 




N 


491.3 


569.7 


508.0 


423.0 


570.3 


474.5 


422.4 


353.8 


354.2 


457.3 


529.6 


500.5 


485.9 


464.8 


455.0 


675.8 




D 


482.0 


539.6 


508.4 


405.3 


569.6 


473.9 


414.2 


354.0 


361.0 


453.3 


526.0 


486.1 


479.5 


467.7 


458.2 


672.0 


1975 


J 


484.3 


519.4 


503.2 


402.1 


604.7 


482.9 


411.6 


370.1 


377.0 


466.2 


529.5 


474.6 


489.8 


482.0 


473.2 


670.3 




F 


483.3 


501.2 


493.5 


401.8 


616.5 


496.3 


411.8 


380.5 


382.8 


473.9 


537.5 


462.0 


495.3 


495.9 


488.1 


663.5 




M 


477. 8 r 


480. r 


486. 5 r 


397.8 


620. Or 


494. 8 r 


415. 9r 


382. 7 r 


383. 8 r 


474. 8 r 


539.5 r 


455.6, 


490.2 


492 . 9 r 


487.1 r 


617. 4r 




A 


483.0 


474.8 


499.3 


397.6 


635.4 


510.4 


412.2 


385.3 


382.7 


481.8 


546.7 


458.0 


496.9 


497.0 


491.3 


618.1 



"The data for the current year are subject to revision. includes gold. 3 Consists of general wholesale index less animal products and vegetable products 
component groups. 'Consists of iron products and non-ferrous metals products component groups less gold. 5 These two series comprise the general wholesale 

index. 6 Excludes gold. Source: Prices and Price Indexes (62-002), Statistics Canada. 



Table 3: other price indexes 





nd 


residentia 


building 


construction 




non-reside 


ntial buildin 


g materials 


(1961 =100) 




Canadian farm 




year c 






plumbing, 






lumber 


products 


month 




in pL 


its (1971 = 


: 100) 




steel and 


heating 
and other 






and 

lumber 




(1935-39 = 


100) 






























total 


materials 


labour 


total 


work 


equipment 


equipment 


products 


products 


total 


field 


animal 


CANSIM 


610001 


610002 


610003 


601060 


601067 


601065 


601066 


601061 


601064 


601022 


601020 


601021 


1973 




123.2 


124.0 


121.8 


157.5 


152.0 


155.6 


117.7 


148.8 


248.9 


417.8 


332.2 


503.5 


1974 




134.7 


135.2 


133.9 


186.3 


203.5 


179.8 


146.6 


170.8 


244.1 


507.8 


457.6 


558.0 


1973 


A 


124.7 


125.3 


123.7 


159.1 


153.5 


157.7 


119.0 


150.2 


252.3 


507.7 


436.4 


579.0 




S 


125.6 


126.4 


124.0 


160.7 


154.2 


161.0 


121.2 


150.2 


255.0 


484.7 


419.9 


549.6 







126.4 


127.0 


125.3 


161.6 


155.2 


161.9 


121.6 


152.4 


251.4 


477.0 


425.2 


528.8 




N 


127.6 


127.9 


127.0 


164.0 


161.1 


163.4 


126.0 


152.4 


250.6 


475.5 


425.2 


525.9 




D 


128.3 


129.1 


127.0 


166.0 


164.8 


163.6 


128.5 


153.7 


248.5 


476.2 


427.0 


525.5 


1974 


J 


128.8 


129.6 


127.3 


170.3 


168.1 


168.9 


135.0 


161.9 


244.2 


499.7 


449.4 


550.1 




F 


129.6 


130.9 


127.3 


173.0 


174.5 


170.4 


135.4 


162.1 


245.4 


497.7 


463.2 


532.2 




M 


131.4 


133.6 


127.3 


180.7 


192.7 


172.4 


137.0 


165.6 


257.8 


501.4 


472.4 


530.3 




A 


133.9 


137.0 


128.3 


184.6 r 


200.2 


176.5 


139.1 


167.0 


260. 8r 


508.6 


475.1 


542.0c 




M 


136.2 


137.6 


133.8 


187.2 


2 07.3 


179.5 


139.9 


168.4 


258.9 


507.6 


478.4 


536.7 




J 


136.4 


137.8 


133.8 


189.5 


209.6 


184.7 


144.6 


168.6 


255.5 


520.9 


481.2 


560.6 




J 


137.9 


138.9 


136.1 


193.0 


218.0 


186.8 


147.9 


168.9 


253.1 


528.4 


473.3 


583.5 




A 


137.0 


137.3 


136.4 


193.1 


217.8 


185.6 


150.3 


176.0 


245.0 


52 0.2 


463.8 


576.7 




S 


136.7 


136.6 


136.9 


193.4 


218.0 


185.3 


155.8 


176.9 


238.1 


508.3 


444.1 


572.5 







136.9 


136.2 


138.0 


193.6 


218.3 


185.6 


157.6 


177.1 


229.2 


501.1 


443.6 


558.4 




N 


137.7 


136.2 


140.5 


194.1 


216.8 


184.7 


165.5 


177.6 


230.1 


510.8 


442.0 


580.1 




D 


133.8 


130.0 


140.5 


185.3 


202.2 


178.1 


153.7 


184.3 


214.7 


489.0 


405.0 


572.9 


1975 


J 


134.6 


130.6 


141.8 


192.3 


217.9 


182.6 


150.0 


197.6 


215.2 


479.3 


398.5 


560.1 




F 


135.7 


131.5 


143.0 


192.1 


212.9 


184.8 


149.2 


198.4 


215.5 


458.1 


389.2 


527.0 




M 


136.2 


132.3 


143.2 


192.4 


209.8 


183.3 


150.4 


198.6 


218.8 


453.6 r 


389.7 


517. 6r 




A 


138.3 


135.4 


143.6 


194.1 


208.8 


183.5 


151.0 


203.5 


226.9 


462.1 


387.8 


536.4 



Sources: Prices and Price Indexes (62-002), Construction Price Statistics Monthly Bulletin, (62-007), Statistics Canada. 



61 



SECTION 5 
TABLE 4 



July, 1975 



Table 4: consumer price indexes' 



Canada, (1961-100) 



all items and main components 



reclassified by goods and services 2 



year 

and 
month 



lousing 



a 1 1 items food 



food 



house- 
hold trans 
oper- por- 

total shelter ation clothing tation care 



health 


recre- 


and 


ation, 


per- 


education tobacco 


sonal 


and and 



ods 



semi- non- 

reading alcohol total 3 durable durable durable 3 total 



weights 4 100 



72 



28 



32 



19 



13 



10 



14 



64 



10 



10 



44 



36 



CANSIM 602001 602176 602002 602026 602027 602035 602054 602088 602104 602131 602146 602585 602586 602604 602625 602653 



1973 
1974 

1973 



150.4 
166.8 

153.0 
153.9 
154.3 
155.5 
156.4 



146.1 
159.0 

147.2 
147.9 
148.8 
149.7 
150.6 



162.0 152.4 
188.4' 165.7 



168.7 
170.2 
169.7 
171.8 
172.1 



153.6 
154.4 
154.9 
156.1 
157.4 



168.7 
180.7 

169.9 
170.8 
171.5 
172.3 
173.1 



130.5 
145.2 

131.5 
132.2 
132.5 
134.2 
136.0 



138.6 
151.9 

138.4 
139.5 
142.3 
143.8 
144.9 



136.8 
150.4 

138.7 
139.6 
139.7 
140.1 
141.3 



156.4 
170.0 

157.5 
157.8 
159.3 
160.8 
161.1 



145.2 
157.9 

146.9 
147.2 
147.8 
148.3 
148.3 



136.3 
143.8 

136.5 
136.6 
136.6 
136.9 
136.9 



142.3 
160.2 

145.3 
146.3 
146.7 
148.1 
149.0 



109.2 
117.5 

109.7 
109.7 
109.8 
110.3 
110.7 



136.9 
149.9 

136.8 
137.6 
140.1 
141.7 

142.4 



152.7 
174.9 

157.3 
158.8 
158.7 
160.3 
161.3 



167.6 
180.9 

169.2 
170.0 
170.6 
171.4 
172.3 



1974 



1975 



J 157.6 
F 159.2 
M 160.8 
A 161.9 
M 164.6 
166.7 
168.0 
169.6 
170.6 
172.2 
N 174.1 
D 175.8 

J 176.6 

F 178.0 

M 178.9 

A 179.8 

M 181.3 



151.7 
152.5 
153.7 
155.1 
157.0 
159.0 
160.1 
161.4 
162.4 
163.6 
165.4 
166.7 

167.7 

168.8 
170.3 
171.2 
172.5 



174.0 
177.9 
180.5 
180.8 
186.1 
188.4 
190.2 
192.8 
193.6 
196.3 
198.8 
201.6 

202.3 
204.0 
203.3 
204.3 
206.5 



158.4 
159.4 
160.7 
161.4 
163.4 
165.5 
166.5 
168.0 
169.2 
170.8 
172.0 
173.5 

174.6 
175.8 
177.3 
177.8 
178.8 



173.8 
175.0 
176.0 
176.8 
178.1 
180.3 
181.1 
182.9 
183.5 
185.7 
186.7 
188.0 

187.5 
188.7 
189.6 
190.2 
191.5 



137.4 
138.2 
139.8 
140.5 
143.3 
145. 1 
146.4 
147.5 
149.4 
150.2 
151.6 
153.3 

156.4 
157.5 
159.8 
160.0 
160.9 



144.8 
145.5 
148.1 
149.5 
150.5 
152.0 
152.5 
153.3 
155.0 
156.3 
157.2 
158.2 

157.8 
157.9 
159.8 
159.6 
159.6 



143.5 

143.8 

144.2 

145. 

148. 

151. 

152. 

153. 

153.7 

153.4 

157.1 

157.7 

158.7 
160.2 
161.5 
163.7 
164.2 



161.8 
163.0 
163.5 
166.8 
168.3 
169.3 
169.9 
172.4 
173.0 
175.4 
177.6 
178.7 

179.3 
182.0 
182.8 
185.7 
188.3 



149.0 

149.8 

150.6 

152.9 

154.6 

156.9 

160.4 

162. 

162. 

164. 

165. 

166. 



166.7 
168.3 
169.5 
170.4 
172.9 



136.9 
138.8 
139.3 
141.5 
142.8 
143.5 
143.9 
145.0 
145.5 
147.8 
148.7 
152.0 

155.1 
156.3 
157.4 
158.1 
161.7 



150.2 
152.2 
153.9 
154.8 
158.3 
160.6 
161.6 
163.0 
164.2 
165.7 
168.0 
169.7 

170.4 
171.4 
172.3 
172.8 
174.3 



112.8 
113.0 
114.1 
114.8 
115.3 
117.3 
117.8 
118.5 
119.5 
119.8 
123.2 
123.9 

124.7 
124.2 
125.6 
125.6 
126.3 



142.4 
143.1 
145.3 
147.2 
148.6 
150.1 
150.6 
151.5 
153.1 
154.4 
156.0 
156.4 

156.0 
156.2 
157.7 
157.5 
157.8 



162.6 
165.4 
167.2 
168.0 
173.0 
175.4 
176.9 
178.8 
179.7 
181.7 
183.8 
186.2 

187.2 
188.8 
189.3 
190.2 
192.5 



173.4 
174.4 
175.5 
177.0 
178.2 
180.0 
181.8 
183.8 
184.5 
186.2 
187.3 
189.0 

190.0 
192.4 
193.3 
195.1 
196.2 















all 


items indexes for regional cities 5 


























(1961 


■100) 












(1969- 100) 


and 


St. John 


s 




















Vancou- 


Quebec 


Thunder 


month 




Nfld. 


Halifax 


Saint John 


Montreal 


Ottawa 


Toronto 


Winnipeg 


Saskatoon 


Regino 


Edmontor 


Calgary 


ver 


City 


Boy 


CANSIM 


602300 


602308 


602316 


602324 


602332 


602340 


602348 


614214 


614579 


614944 


615309 


602372 


602380 


602388 


1973 




140.4 


140.1 


140.5 


140.2 


146.3 


144.0 


142.0 










141.0 


114.7 


115.0 


1974 




158.4 


153.6 


154.9 


155.7 


161.9 


159.1 


157.2 


148.0 


148.7 


156.3 


156.4 


157.4 


127.6 


127.3 


1973 


A 


143.1 


142.2 


142.7 


142.6 


148.9 


146.2 


143.8 


136.9 


138.1 


143.6 


143.9 


142.8 


116.8 


117.6 




S 


144.8 


143.4 


144.4 


142.8 


149.5 


146.8 


145.2 


137.8 


139.4 


145.2 


145.4 


144.4 


117.1 


119.2 




O 


144.3 


143.9 


144.3 


143.7 


150.5 


147.0 


145.6 


137.2 


138.1 


145.3 


145.3 


144.8 


118.3 


117.9 




N 


145.6 


144.8 


145.2 


145.4 


152.3 


148.0 


146.3 


138.1 


139.2 


146.2 


146.0 


145.6 


119.5 


118.5 




D 


147.6 


145.5 


146.5 


146.3 


153.4 


148.5 


146.9 


138.8 


139.3 


147.1 


147.0 


146.4 


120.1 


119.0 


1974 


J 


147.8 


146.4 


147.4 


147.3 


154.5 


150.2 


147.5 


139.9 


140.6 


148.1 


148.1 


147.8 


120.9 


119.6 




F 


150.7 


147.2 


148.7 


148.8 


155.9 


152.0 


149.1 


141.0 


141.9 


149.2 


149.5 


149.5 


122.0 


120.9 




M 


152.6 


148.5 


149.2 


150.6 


157.3 


153.1 


151.0 


142.7 


143.4 


150.6 


150.6 


150.6 


123.2 


122.0 




A 


154.3 


149.9 


150.8 


151.6 


158.4 


154.2 


152.4 


143.9 


144.8 


151.5 


151.7 


152.4 


123.7 


123.6 




M 


156.4 


152.0 


152.8 


153.9 


160.0 


157.4 


155.9 


146.2 


147.3 


154.3 


154.5 


154.9 


126.1 


125.6 




J 


158.4 


154.0 


154.8 


155.8 


162.1 


159.5 


157.2 


147.9 


148.5 


156.4 


155.6 


157.2 


127.7 


127.2 




J 


160.0 


155.4 


155.7 


157.3 


163.0 


160.2 


158.2 


149.1 


149.2 


157.7 


157.3 


158.5 


128.7 


128.2 




A 


160.8 


155.8 


157.2 


158.6 


164.4 


161.8 


159.3 


150.2 


151.0 


158.8 


158.9 


160.6 


130.2 


129.8 




S 


161.9 


157.0 


158.6 


158.7 


165.1 


162.8 


160.9 


151.3 


152.1 


159.9 


159.2 


161.8 


130.4 


131.0 







164.3 


157.6 


159.9 


160.2 


165.7 


164.4 


162.8 


152.9 


153.4 


161.4 


162.0 


163.2 


131.6 


131.9 




N 


166.1 


159.1 


161.2 


162.1 


167.5 


166.2 


165.3 


154.7 


155.3 


163.4 


164.0 


164.9 


133.1 


133.1 




D 


167.2 


160.1 


162.9 


163.8 


169.4 


167.7 


167.1 


155.8 


156.5 


164.7 


165.5 


166.9 


133.6 


134.4 


1975 


J 


167.7 


161.2 


164.3 


164.8 


170.2 


168.7 


167.3 


157.0 


157.0 


165.7 


166.2 


167.5 


134.7 


135.4 




F 


169.2 


162.6 


165.7 


166.5 


171.7 


170.0 


169.6 


158.1 


158.1 


166.2 


167.3 


168.1 


135.8 


136.1 




M 


171.1 


163.4 


167.1 


167.1 


172.4 


171.2 


170.6 


159.1 


158.9 


167.0 


167.9 


168.5 


136.4 


137.2 




A 


172.0 


164.7 


167.8 


167.9 


172.9 


171.9 


172.0 


159.9 


159.3 


167.9 


169.1 


170.0 


136.8 


138.2 




M 


172.9 


165.6 


169.7 


169.0 


174.3 


173.4 


173.3 


161.1 


160.9 


169.1 


170.2 


171.8 


137.7 


139.0 



'Indexes prior to May 1973 incorporate 1957 expenditure weights (1964 for Quebec City and Thunder Bay), those for May 1973 forward are based on 1967 
expenditures. The revised series is linked to its predecessor at April 1973. 2 The previous supplementary classification has been revised. Historical series relating 
to therevised classification replace the previously published supplementary indexes. includes constant weighted food component. 'These rounded weights, 

provided as a general guide, show the relative importance of the major components of the C. P. I., on overage, during the year 1 974. 'Includes shelter and 

household operation. Until April 1973, the shelter element of regional cities' housing indexes moved on the basis of changes in rents only. However, from May 
1973 on home-ownership has been included in the shelter element of regional cities' housing indexes, so that the Canada and regional cities' shelter indexes now 
contain the same elements. Source: Prices and Price Indexes (62-002), Statistics Canada. 



62 



July, 


1975 




















SECTION 6 
TABLE 1 




Table 


1: total inventories, shipm 


ents and orders in manufacturing based 


on the 1970 


standard industrial classifi 


cation (million 


dollars) 




1 




new orders 


unfilled 






inventory 


at end of month 








annuo 








all inventory held 




ratio of 


avero 


ge 
















inventories 


and month 




received 


orders at 




held but 




raw 


goods 


finished 


owned 






shipments 1 


during month 


2 end of month 


owned 3 


not owned 


total 


materials 


in process 


products 


to shipments 


CANSIM 


310000 


310060 


310106 


310336 


310382 


310152 


310198 


310244 


310290 


310530 


S. A. 




310030 


310083 


310129 


310359 


310389 


310175 


310221 


310267 


310313 


310531 


1973 




5,475.8 


5,689.4 


6,589.3 


9,889.1 


404.0 


70, 293. 7 


4,154.9 


2,754.5 


3,383.7 


1.81 


1974 




6,690.9 


6,889.1 


9,557.4 


12,885.9 


470.2 


73,356. 7 


5,850.4 


3,347.2 


4,158.4 


1.93 














unadjusted for 


seasonal variation 








1973 


M 


5,509.6 


5,687.4 


5,954.7 


9,508.3 


377.7 


9, 886. 7 


3,886.9 


2,663.1 


3,336.0 


1.73 




A 


5,264.3 


5,387.1 


6,077.5 


9,545.9 


379.7 


9, 925. 6 


3,907.9 


2,648.3 


3,369.3 


1.81 




M 


5,651.8 


5,800.2 


6,226.0 


9,555.7 


396.2 


9, 952. 


3,982.2 


2,661.3 


3,308.4 


1.69 




J 


5,659.1 


5,620.7 


6,187.6 


9,796.5 


411.8 


70,208.4 


4,083.4 


2,727.0 


3,397.9 


1.73 




J 


5,085.0 


5,479.5 


6,582.1 


9,797.7 


423.5 


70,227.3 


4,191.0 


2,714.1 


3,316.1 


1.93 




A 


5, 178.8 


5,417.2 


6,820.5 


10,082.3 


445.8 


70,528. 7 


4,240.0 


2,868.8 


3,419.1 


1.95 




S 


5,710.4 


5,929.8 


7,039.9 


10,179.6 


427.6 


70,607.3 


4,265.1 


2,881.1 


3,461.0 


1.78 







6,273.8 


6,556.2 


7,322.3 


10,320.3 


442.4 


10,762.7 


4,364.5 


2,896.0 


3,502.0 


1.64 




N 


6,220.0 


6,408.4 


7,510.7 


10,497.1 


465.6 


70,962.7 


4,500.3 


2,978.6 


3,483.7 


1.69 




D 


5,587.3 


6,032.2 


7,955.6 


10,797.2 


353.7 


77,757.0 


4,720.1 


2,893.0 


3,537.9 


1.93 


1974 


J 


5,946.4 


6,279.0 


8,288.2 


11,260.2 


386.0 


7 7,646.2 


4,935.5 


2,999.6 


3,711.1 


1.89 




F 


6,028.1 


6,340.4 


8,600.5 


11,619.0 


405.9 


72, 024. 9 


5,098.7 


3,067.2 


3,858.9 


1.93 




M 


6,546.0 


6,831.0 


8,885.5 


11,972.7 


424.0 


12,396.7 


5,252.5 


3,159.5 


3,984.7 


1.83 




A 


6,578.0 


6,741.7 


9, 049. 1 


12,213.2 


423.4 


12,636.7 


5,377.3 


3,206.8 


4,052.5 


1.86 




M 


7, 082. 9 


7,340.8 


9,307.1 


12,386.3 


431.7 


12,818.1 


5,550.4 


3,237.9 


4,029.8 


1.75 




J 


6,840.1 


7,090.7 


9,557.8 


12,716.8 


446.0 


13, 162.8 


5,716.4 


3,307.9 


4,138.5 


1.86 




J 


6,397.9 


6,670.4 


9,830.2 


12,921.9 


472.4 


13,394.4 


6,011.4 


3,326.7 


4, 056. 1 


2.02 




A 


6,473.0 


6,774.4 


10,131.6 


13,318.2 


489.3 


73,807.5 


6,193.7 


3,443.9 


4,169.8 


2.06 




S 


7,063.3 


7,140.9 


10,209.2 


13,595.5 


513.4 


74, 709.0 


6,329.2 


3,518.9 


4,260.7 


1.92 







7,524.7 


7,568.8 


10,253.4 


13,834.5 


527.7 


74,362.2 


6,415.5 


3,565.0 


4,381.6 


1.84 




N 


7,228.3 


7,216.6 


10,241.6 


14,129.8 


569.7 


74,699.5 


6,526.4 


3,636.4 


4,536.6 


1.95 




D 


6,582.1 


6,675.5 


10,335.1 


14,662.9 


552.4 


75,275.3 


6,797.8 


3,696.4 


4,721.1 


2.23 


1975 


J 


6,403.8 


6,509.7 


10,441.1 


14,998.6 


564.8 


75,563.3 


6,863.8 


3,731.3 


4,968.3 


2.34 




F 


6,505.1 


6,421.0 


10,357.0 


15,000.0 


563.1 


75, 563. 7 


6,740.5 


3,750.5 


5,072.1 


2.30 




Mr 


6,902.8 


6,847.7 


10,301.9 


15,251.4 


623.4 


75,874.8 


6,805.0 


3,825.8 


5,244.0 


2.20 




Ap 


7,100.7 


6,889.5 


10,090.8 


15,282.4 


636.9 


75,979.3 


6,742.1 


3,872.5 


5,304.7 


2.15 



M.C.D. 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 M 


5,284.7 


5,424.6 


5,874.9 


9,384.7 


388.1 


9, 772. 8 


3,921.3 


2,620.0 


3,231.5 


1.78 


A 


5,242.6 


5,373.9 


6,006.2 


9,460.4 


388.4 


9, 848. 8 


3,953.5 


2,622.7 


3,272.6 


1.80 


M 


5,276.9 


5,441.9 


6,171.2 


9,541.6 


398.5 


9, 940. 7 


4,036.8 


2,655.2 


3,248.1 


1.81 


J 


5,367.3 


5,385.3 


6,189.2 


9,812.5 


408.8 


70,227.3 


4,134.1 


2,731.1 


3,356.1 


1.83 


J 


5,543.7 


5,926.7 


6,572.2 


9, 907. 8 


411.1 


70,378.9 


4,159.5 


2,772.2 


3,387.2 


1.79 


A 


5,341.1 


5,591.3 


6,822.4 


10,093.2 


424.2 


70,577.4 


4,215.8 


2,859.3 


3,442.3 


1.89 


<y> 


5,602.5 


5,879.4 


7,099.3 


10,235.1 


401.4 


70,636.5 


4,264.3 


2,862.9 


3,509.3 


1.83 





5,829.8 


6,112.2 


7,381.7 


10,390.7 


416.2 


70,806.9 


4,356.8 


2,887.8 


3,562.3 


1.78 


N 


5,958.8 


6,202.4 


7,625.3 


10,574.0 


439.0 


77,073.0 


4,508.2 


2,956.1 


3,548.7 


1.77 


D 


6,038.0 


6,442.7 


8,030.0 


10,845.2 


382.7 


7 7,227.9 


4,642.6 


2,953.5 


3,631.8 


1.80 


1974 J 


6,312.9 


6,562.1 


8,279.2 


11,205.0 


415.4 


7 7,620.4 


4,893.9 


3,019.9 


3,706.6 


1.77 


F 


6,418.1 


6,684.6 


8,545.7 


11,508.3 


433.1 


7 7,947.4 


5,089.1 


3,062.4 


3,789.9 


1.79 


M 


6,440.3 


6,680.5 


8,785.9 


11,835.8 


434.7 


72,270.5 


5,289.2 


3,115.3 


3,866.0 


1.84 


A 


6,431.6 


6,603.4 


8,957.7 


12,122.9 


429.9 


72,552.8 


5,422.0 


3,178.2 


3,952.6 


1.88 


M 


6,660.6 


6,933.0 


9,230.1 


12,401.0 


431.2 


72,832.2 


5,615.9 


3,229.5 


3,986.8 


1.86 


J 


6,621.9 


6,953.9 


9,562.1 


12,756.5 


441.2 


73,797.7 


5,780.6 


3,307.5 


4,109.6 


1.93 


J 


6,778.9 


7,032.4 


9,815.6 


13,038.8 


457.1 


73,495.9 


5, 963. 


3,385.0 


4,147.9 


1.92 


A 


6,835.3 


7,152.5 


10,132.8 


13,316.0 


465.1 


73,787. J 


6,163.2 


3,429.3 


4,188.6 


1.95 


S 


6,881.2 


7,046.7 


10,298.3 


13,648.6 


481.6 


74,730.2 


6,338.1 


3,496.9 


4,295.2 


1.98 





6,978.5 


7,019.1 


10,338.9 


13,909.4 


494.5 


74.403.9 


6,408.7 


3,551.4 


4,443.8 


1.99 


N 


7,024.8 


7,078.0 


10,392.1 


14,232.9 


537.2 


74, 770. 7 


6,542.8 


3,609.5 


4,617.8 


2.03 


D 


7,017.3 


7,031.2 


10,406.0 


14,732.7 


599.2 


75,337.9 


6,690.1 


3,786.0 


4,855.8 


2.10 


1975 J 


6,828.7 


6,845.0 


10,422.8 


14,941.7 


604.6 


75, 546. 3 


6,802.9 


3,767.5 


4, 975. 9 


2.18 


F 


6,925.0 


6,808.5 


10,306.3 


14,893.3 


597.8 


75,497. 7 


6,732.7 


3,758.2 


5,000.2 


2.15 


Mr 


6,769.0 


6,669.3 


10,206.6 


15,096.3 


637.5 


75,733.8 


6,858.4 


3,780.1 


5,095.3 


2.23 


A P 


6,889.2 


6,695.3 


10,012.7 


15,187.2 


648.1 


75,835.3 


6,818.4 


3,840.6 


5,176.3 


2.20 



"Monthly shipments represent an estimated projection of the latest available Census of Manufacturers values except for those industries whose long-term 
contracts result in large intermittent shipments; for these a monthly estimate of work put in place has been substituted. 2 Total new orders received during the period 
at estimated selling value, net of cancellations, regardless of whether the orders will be filled from stock or as a result of activity during the same month. 'Total 

manufacturing inventory owned by manufacturers including warehouse stocks. Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), 

Statistics Canada. 



63 



SECTION 6 






















July, 1975 


TABLE 2 




























Table 


2: manufacturing shipments 1 by industry based on 


the 1970 


standard indust 


ial class 


fication (m 


1 1 ion dollars) 




annua 
a vera 


1 

3e 


total 


non- 




foods and 


tobacco 








knitting 






and month 


shipments 


durable 


durable 


beverages 


products 


rubber 


leather 


textile 


mills 


clothing 


wood 


CANSIM 


310000 


310021 


310022 


31 0001 


310002 


310003 


310004 


310005 


310006 


310007 


310008 


S. A. 




310030 


310051 


310052 


310031 


310032 


310033 


310034 


310035 


310036 


310037 


310038 


1973 




5,087.9 


2,881.9 


2,593.8 


1 , 032 . 5 


54.2 


123.0 


38.8 


128.8 


43.4 


144.7 


319.1 


1974 




6,690.9 


3,652.6 


3,038.3 


1,226.0 


61.6 

unad 


138.9 

usted for 


44.8 

seasonal variation 


210.6 


48.3 


163.4 


288.5 


1973 


M 


5, 509. 6 


2,804.0 


2,705.6 


971.5 


96.3 


128.4 


40.9 


185.9 


42.4 


151.0 


327.4 




A 


5,264.3 


2,687.2 


2,577.1 


917.8 


45.0 


125.8 


33.7 


178.6 


37.6 


129.7 


329.2 




M 


5,657.8 


2,888.8 


2,762.9 


1,028.8 


54.6 


127.4 


35.3 


190.4 


38.6 


120.4 


359.8 




J 


5,659. 7 


2,931.4 


2,727.6 


1,050.8 


59.4 


125.5 


34.5 


188.6 


42.3 


135.2 


347.7 




J 


5, 085. 


2,764.6 


2,320.3 


1,037.9 


42.9 


108.3 


31.1 


146.0 


43.0 


139.2 


309.4 




A 


5, 778.8 


2,937.7 


2,241.0 


1,135.1 


45.2 


108.5 


47.5 


164.2 


48.1 


173.8 


295.4 




S 


5,770.4 


3,015.2 


2,695.1 


1,115.5 


57.4 


133.3 


46.7 


177.0 


47.4 


170.1 


316.0 







6,273.8 


3,259.1 


3,014.7 


1,170.1 


44.0 


140.6 


50.0 


206.0 


51.7 


176.5 


348.3 




N 


6,220.0 


3,307.9 


2,912.0 


1,183.5 


52.8 


136.8 


44.1 


218.0 


53.1 


161.7 


354.1 




D 


5,587.3 


3,070.8 


2,516.4 


1,098.2 


72.7 


124.2 


32.0 


191.8 


39.3 


117.3 


283.5 


1974 


J 


5,946.4 


3,171.6 


2,774.8 


1,063.1 


38.7 


128.0 


41.2 


207.2 


50.0 


147.3 


294.4 




F 


6, 028. J 


3,261.2 


2,766.9 


1,080.3 


52.0 


139.3 


45.5 


212.4 


52.0 


165.2 


296.1 




M 


6,546.0 


3,505.0 


3,040.9 


1,124.5 


74.5 


149.5 


46.9 


231.1 


52.3 


176.3 


333.0 




A 


6,578.0 


3,532.7 


3,045.3 


1, 140.5 


47.2 


150.3 


41.9 


227.9 


45.1 


156.6 


338.9 




M 


7,082.9 


3,761.3 


3,321.5 


1,229.0 


108.8 


146.0 


43.8 


228.3 


46.6 


146.0 


356.4 




J 


6, 840. 7 


3,645.8 


3,194.2 


1,206.4 


64.8 


135.8 


40.7 


225.4 


45.7 


133.6 


321.9 




J 


6,397.9 


3,591.2 


2,806.7 


1,225.5 


52.5 


129.1 


40.9 


176.5 


46.1 


165.4 


270.7 




A 


6,473.0 


3,742.9 


2,730.1 


1,291.1 


53.3 


122.1 


52.5 


194.7 


52.2 


191.7 


277.8 




S 


7,063.3 


3,877.9 


3,185.4 


1,335.7 


70.6 


142.5 


49.8 


212.0 


50.3 


189.6 


267.3 







7,524.7 


4,115.7 


3,408.9 


1,377.5 


46.2 


153.0 


55.1 


231.8 


51.3 


191.8 


264.2 




N 


7, 228. 3 


3,946.7 


3,281.6 


1,362.8 


67.4 


137.7 


45.0 


198.4 


50.0 


168.1 


241.8 




D 


6,582. 7 


3,678.9 


2,903.1 


1,275.8 


63.1 


133.8 


34.6 


181.9 


38.5 


129.8 


199.0 


1975 


J 


6,403.8 


3,567.6 


2,836.2 


1,173.0 


53.1 


131.8 


43.3 


175.8 


41.3 


158.9 


232.7 




F 


6, 505. 7 


3,614.8 


2,890.3 


1,203.9 


66.2 


134.0 


46.7 


182.8 


45.1 


177.3 


225.9 




Mr 


6,902.8 


3,724.8 


3,178.0 


1,237.0 


81.1 


148.8 


46.7 


191.8 


45.3 


175.2 


231.8 




A P 


7, 700. 7 


3,832.3 


3,268.4 


1,297.2 


63.3 


158.7 


47.0 


201.6 


44.0 


161.0 


279.5 



M.C.D. 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 M 


5,284.7 


2,736.5 


2,548.2 


991.5 


81.0 


118.3 


38.1 


172.0 


41.2 


137.3 


313.4 


A 


5,242.6 


2,718.0 


2,524.6 


966.0 


36.5 


119.9 


38.4 


171.4 


41.3 


136.1 


318.5 


M 


5,276.9 


2,765.5 


2,511.4 


982.8 


49.1 


118.9 


39.4 


178.6 


42.3 


141.2 


316.1 


J 


5,367.3 


2,861.7 


2,505.6 1 


004.3 


54.5 


119.3 


39.0 


177.6 


44.1 


163.7 


322.4 


J 


5,543.7 


2,929.4 


2,614.3 1 


039.5 


50.6 


123.5 


38.9 


182.9 


44.0 


149.5 


322.7 


A 


5,347.7 


2,864.4 


2,476.7 1 


065.7 


50.3 


122.1 


36.3 


179.2 


41.8 


140.8 


285.0 


S 


5,602.5 


2,948.6 


2,653.9 1 


081.2 


59.3 


125.4 


39.7 


177.2 


44.1 


148.4 


314.7 





5,829.8 


3,059.1 


2,770.7 1 


109.5 


55.9 


126.6 


41.2 


192.4 


45.9 


147.7 


330.5 


N 


5,958.8 


3,162.7 


2,796.1 1 


125.5 


51.8 


132.4 


40.4 


212.4 


48.1 


150.3 


349.3 


D 


6, 038. 


3,258.9 


2,779.1 1 


138.3 


59.4 


137.6 


41.6 


204.3 


48.1 


157.6 


336.2 


1974 J 


6,372.9 


3,379.2 


2,933.7 1 


174.8 


53.8 


142.3 


45.4 


206.2 


53.2 


161.7 


333.6 


F 


6,478. I 


3,475.9 


2,942.2 1 


195.1 


58.0 


142.7 


44.8 


213.7 


52.0 


158.7 


323.0 


M 


6,440.3 


3,499.4 


2,940.9 1 


166.4 


63.1 


143.9 


45.5 


217.0 


51.3 


165.3 


327.5 


A 


6,431.6 


3,508.2 


2,923.4 1 


181.9 


38.2 


138.8 


46.2 


217.5 


49.4 


163.1 


318.9 


M 


6,660.6 


3,616.8 


3,043.8 1 


177.7 


96.6 


140.2 


49.3 


213.4 


51.0 


170.9 


316.7 


J 


6,627.9 


3,617.4 


3,004.5 1 


169.8 


60.8 


130.0 


46.8 


214.3 


47.7 


162.8 


301.1 


J 


6, 778. 9 


3,733.8 


3,045.1 1 


209.7 


61.0 


142.1 


49.4 


218.4 


46.4 


174.3 


279.6 


A 


6,835.3 


3,715.5 


3,119.8 1 


229.4 


61.3 


137.2 


41.1 


216.2 


47.0 


159.2 


271.4 


S 


6,887.2 


3,777.8 


3,103.4 1 


282.4 


69.4 


134.8 


42.0 


209.2 


46.3 


160.4 


266.2 





6, 978. 5 


3,850.7 


3,127.8 1 


296.9 


60.0 


136.6 


44.5 


215.7 


45.1 


160.5 


246.3 


N 


7,024.8 


3,842.6 


3,182.2 1 


316.2 


66.1 


133.4 


42.6 


196.7 


46.4 


161.2 


244.1 


D 


7,077.3 


3,848.0 


3,169.3 1 


307.3 


52.4 


149.2 


43.9 


192.2 


46.2 


171.0 


230.3 


1975 J 


6,828.7 


3,811.1 


3,017.6 1 


298.0 


73.0 


150.7 


48.4 


174.8 


43.9 


174.8 


268.3 


F 


6, 925. 


3,856.1 


3,068.9 1 


331.5 


73.7 


137.2 


46.0 


183.9 


45.0 


170.8 


246.2 


Mr 


6, 769. 


3,721.3 


3,047.7 1 


284.8 


67.1 


138.2 


45.4 


179.3 


44.7 


161.7 


227.5 


A P 


6,889.2 


3,795.8 


3,093.4 1 


338.0 


51.6 


146.7 


51.1 


192.5 


47.1 


169.7 


261.5 



64 



July, 


1975 
























SECTION 6 


























TABLE 2 - Concl. 




Table 2: manufacturing 


shipments' 


by indust 


ry based on 1 


■he 1970 sta 


ndard indu 


strial classification 1 


million dollars) — concl 


uded 


annuo 


1 






printing 




metal 
fabricating 








non- 








avera 


ge 


furniture 


paper 


publishing 




(ex. machy 




trans- 




metal lie 


petroleum 


chemical 




and month 


and 


& allied 


& allied 


primary 


& transp. 




portation 


electrical 


mineral 


and coal 


& chemical 


misc. 






fixtures 


industries 


industries 


metal 


equip.) 


machinery 


equipment 


products 


products 


products 


products 


mfgrg. 


CANSIM 


310009 


310010 


310011 


310012 


310013 


310014 


310015 


310016 


310017 


310018 


31 001 9 


310020 


S. A. 




310039 


310040 


310041 


310042 


31 0043 


310044 


310045 


310046 


310047 


310048 


310049 


310050 


1973 




93.8 


432.2 


173.1 


418.9 


364.2 


205.8 


739.7 


290.5 


161.4 


246.8 


290.0 


119.8 


1974 




112.0 


621.5 


204.2 


545.2 


452.3 

unadju ste 


264.7 

d for seasona 


824.5 

1 variation 


359.3 


191.5 


408.6 


378.1 


145.8 


1973 


M 


95.2 


410.9 


172.9 


434.7 


367.5 


231.2 


818.1 


292.1 


139.0 


217.7 


272.5 


113.1 




A 


88.5 


414.7 


174.4 


406.8 


339.7 


225.7 


770.3 


271.0 


145.6 


221.9 


295.7 


111.6 




M 


96.7 


450.7 


179.0 


439.8 


367.8 


217.1 


852.9 


253.9 


174.6 


230.9 


318.6 


113.6 




J 


96.9 


459.4 


173.5 


422.6 


379.2 


216.1 


825.8 


254.0 


184.9 


227.7 


316.1 


117.8 




J 


76.0 


431.4 


153.6 


376.3 


358.2 


193.6 


578.7 


255.1 


172.5 


244.0 


276.6 


110.1 




A 


87.3 


394.7 


166.3 


390.6 


358.1 


172.3 


476.1 


273.0 


187.9 


257.2 


276.3 


120.3 




S 


98.0 


395.8 


184.3 


434.8 


384.0 


194.3 


741.4 


337.8 


188.4 


257.3 


295.2 


134.6 







109.3 


477.6 


200.3 


476.7 


402.3 


222.0 


899.4 


358.8 


197.4 


270.8 


323.6 


147.3 




N 


109.9 


519.4 


200.0 


473.5 


404.0 


230.2 


816.4 


349.6 


174.1 


276.9 


313.9 


147.1 




D 


98.2 


492.4 


173.5 


423.3 


387.4 


211.0 


641.8 


331.7 


139.2 


315.6 


293.2 


120.1 


1974 


J 


100.6 


539.3 


175.5 


515.5 


384.7 


232.1 


815.2 


292.9 


139.1 


335.4 


319.8 


125.6 




F 


109.0 


543.9 


174.1 


483.4 


405.2 


240.7 


776.0 


307.6 


148.5 


334.5 


325.4 


136.0 




M 


115.1 


591.6 


197.6 


535.9 


442.4 


277.3 


811.8 


359.2 


165.8 


362.1 


355.9 


142.3 




A 


112.4 


618.4 


203.6 


542.6 


431.4 


278.0 


819.0 


347.2 


175.4 


381.5 


378.0 


141.1 




M 


122.9 


629.3 


213.8 


603.0 


477.4 


291.0 


905.2 


356.2 


209.1 


402.8 


413.8 


152.5 




J 


113.6 


613.7 


205.3 


587.6 


471.9 


280.2 


818.6 


386.2 


213.7 


428.2 


398.3 


147.6 




J 


99.2 


621.6 


188.7 


531.9 


449.4 


254.2 


638.7 


345.6 


216.7 


444.8 


368.8 


130.7 




A 


108.6 


660.0 


198.5 


508.6 


451.2 


209.3 


616.5 


340.5 


217.3 


408.6 


370.6 


147.1 




S 


118.1 


660.7 


214.4 


574.0 


486.0 


257.8 


866.1 


396.1 


219.5 


399.5 


395.2 


157.1 







125.2 


706.2 


238.9 


575.6 


504.9 


275.7 1 


,009.9 


422.7 


230.3 


461 . 4 


429.5 


172.3 




N 


118.6 


654.9 


231.0 


564.7 


475.1 


289.1 


998.5 


394.1 


199.2 


459.1 


408.4 


163.4 




D 


101.1 


618.5 


209.5 


519.3 


447.9 


290.7 


818.7 


362.8 


163.2 


485.9 


373.1 


133.8 


1975 


J 


96.9 


631.3 


201.9 


538.3 


446.4 


283.4 


746.7 


335.8 


156.0 


435.5 


392.5 


129.0 




F 


105.7 


599.3 


202.9 


509.2 


451.7 


306.6 


780.4 


355.8 


154.9 


435.4 


383.5 


137.8 




M r 


107.8 


611.5 


220.1 


538.3 


477.0 


331.1 


925.6 


402.4 


163.9 


432.0 


393.8 


141.5 




A P 


107.6 


616.2 


231.0 


528.5 


481.7 


347.8 


967.1 


370.7 


185.4 


458.0 


407.7 


146.6 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 M 


92.2 


395.7 


166.7 


402.0 


355.0 


203.3 


736.5 


287.8 


158.0 


213.7 


267.6 


113.4 


A 


90.1 


412.6 


168.6 


399.7 


351.4 


207.5 


722.4 


278.1 


156.9 


234.0 


278.2 


115.0 


M 


90.1 


423.6 


168.8 


397.9 


347.4 


195.6 


738.4 


269.2 


156.7 


231.0 


274.7 


115.1 


J 


94.2 


447.3 


170.8 


391.0 


354.8 


197.6 


740.7 


246.8 


158.1 


237.7 


286.0 


117.4 


J 


91.1 


463.2 


172.5 


406.3 


371.9 


205.3 


769.5 


289.7 


157.8 


242.3 


300.5 


122.0 


A 


88.0 


398.0 


174.0 


422.5 


362.1 


212.9 


650.2 


294.9 


161.1 


254.9 


287.2 


114.1 


S 


92.8 


406.0 


176.2 


436.8 


366.5 


207.7 


767.3 


300.9 


167.2 


273.7 


296.6 


120.8 


O 


97.0 


457.0 


178.9 


475.6 


374.5 


227.4 


790.3 


309.2 


166.2 


270.7 


307.9 


125.4 


N 


100.4 


497.2 


185.8 


460.6 


389.8 


229.7 


775.6 


322.7 


168.0 


270.0 


320.6 


128.2 


D 


104.2 


516.5 


184.3 


470.1 


415.4 


211.9 


739.2 


324.8 


177.3 


304.9 


332.5 


133.8 


1974 J 


108.7 


552.2 


190.6 


520.7 


423.0 


250.9 


791.5 


323.7 


181.6 


309.2 


343.3 


146.5 


F 


119.2 


573.8 


193.8 


504.4 


442.3 


246.2 


775.2 


332.7 


199.2 


343.3 


348.7 


151.3 


M 


115.3 


586.0 


192.9 


515.1 


441.7 


247.9 


745.2 


355.9 


192.3 


366.4 


356.7 


144.9 


A 


111.8 


596.3 


194.5 


521.7 


432.8 


249.6 


748.0 


355.4 


185.2 


387.3 


349.6 


145.4 


M 


115.3 


596.9 


203.0 


551.8 


456.9 


265.2 


775.3 


375.3 


187.3 


406.5 


356.9 


154.4 


J 


111.2 


608.3 


203.2 


549.4 


449.0 


257.6 


771.2 


378.7 


186.3 


458.3 


368.3 


147.1 


J 


115.4 


656.1 


208.0 


561.0 


451.6 


268.9 


794.4 


381.3 


192.9 


434.9 


390.2 


143.3 


A 


112.0 


671.2 


211.3 


556.5 


464.9 


261.4 


886.5 


375.8 


191.3 


404.3 


394.2 


143.1 


S 


111.1 


672.1 


205.2 


571.3 


458.4 


273.7 


882.6 


349.7 


190.4 


425.5 


391.0 


139.5 


O 


110.1 


669.7 


211.8 


564.9 


466.9 


278.1 


899.0 


367.9 


194.6 


456.5 


408.7 


144.7 


N 


110.9 


639.8 


216.0 


562.8 


469.0 


296.8 


938.1 


363.2 


197.3 


453.8 


424.1 


146.3 


D 


106.4 


638.9 


220.1 


571.8 


473.3 


286.6 


939.3 


357.5 


204.1 


463.2 


416.2 


147.4 


1975 J 


105.7 


651.0 


221.0 


551.2 


497.2 


310.2 


713.3 


368.7 


203.0 


405.5 


420.1 


149.9 


F 


115.4 


632.5 


226.0 


531.4 


492.7 


313.1 


777.3 


384.9 


207.9 


445.8 


410.6 


153.1 


Mr 


106.1 


606.2 


215.9 


511.8 


468.8 


294.5 


854.5 


395.5 


189.0 


439.6 


394.0 


144.4 


A P 


106.3 


591.6 


217.2 


507.8 


482.1 


312.6 


852.2 


376.1 


194.8 


465.1 


375.6 


149.6 



'Monthly shipments represent an estimated projection of the latest available Census of Manufactures values except for those industries whose long term 
contracts result in large intermittent shipments; for these a monthly estimate of work put in place has been estimated. Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in 
Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 



65 



SECTION 6 
TABLE 3 



July, 1975 





Table 


3: manufacturing inventories' by indi 


stry based 


on the 1970 


standard ir 


dustrial class 


ideation (m 


II 


ion dollars) 




annual 
average 
and month 


total 

inventories 

owned 


non- 
durables 


durables 


foods and 
beverages 


tobacco 
products 


rubber 


leather 


textile 


knitting 
mills 




clothing 


wood 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


310336 
310359 


310357 
310380 


310358 
310381 


310337 
310360 


310338 
310361 


310339 
31 0362 


310340 
310363 


310341 
310364 


31 0342 
310365 




310343 
310366 


310344 
310367 



1973 
1974 



9,121.3 4,539.1 
12,885.9 6,551.0 



4,582.1 
6,334.7 



1,367.4 
1,940.6 



224.6 
275.1 



272.6 
327.7 



432.6 
621.8 



394.9 
499.0 



107.9 
132.8 



327.6 
390.6 



484.5 
579.2 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 



1974 



1975 



M.C.D. 



9, 508. 3 

9, 545. 9 

9, 555. 7 

9, 796. 5 

9, 797. 7 

70,082.3 

70, 779.6 

10,320.3 

10,497. 1 

10,797.2 

11,260.2 
11,619.0 
11,972.7 
12,213.2 
12,386.3 
12,716.8 
12,921.9 
13,318.2 
73,595.5 
73,834.5 
74, 729.8 
14,662.9 



4,727.5 
4,739.1 
4,771.4 
4,905.8 
4,900.0 
4,993.4 
5,038.6 
5,148.6 
5,216.7 
5,346.9 

5,667.7 
5,866.2 
6,075.8 
6,198.4 
6,236.5 
6,451.4 
6,633.0 
6,769.9 
6,946.9 
7,052.0 
7,217.8 
7,497.3 



J 74,998.6 7,659.2 

F 75,000.0 7,574.1 

Mr 75,257.4 7,765.0 

A P 75,282.4 7,728.9 



4,780.7 
4,806.7 
4,784.2 
4,890.6 
4,897.7 
5,088.8 
5,141.0 
5,171.6 
5,280.3 
5,450.3 

5,592.4 
5,752.8 
5,896.8 
6,014.8 
6,149.7 
6,265.4 
6,288.9 
6,548.2 
6,648.6 
6,782.4 
6,911.9 
7,165.5 

7,339.4 
7,426.0 
7,486.4 
7,553.5 



1,366.4 
1,369.3 
1,387.5 
1,425.2 
1,432.3 
1,495.4 
1,564.8 
1,641.6 
1,683.5 
1,675.1 

1,737.9 
1,773.4 
1,770.3 
1,807.9 
1,829.1 
1,856.2 
1,911.7 
1,949.7 
2,061.2 
2, 165.4 
2,212.4 
2,212.0 

2,200.8 
2,145.5 
2,136.8 
2,160.3 



265.8 
255.4 
190.1 
231.9 
212.0 
196.0 
185.4 
192.2 
219.1 
218.4 

269.1 
293.2 
324.8 
328.8 
272.1 
276.2 
261.9 
253.8 
226.8 
230.8 
261.6 
301.9 

305.9 
309.0 
348.3 
346.9 



272.0 
274.0 
278.4 
276.1 
272.1 
275.6 
276.6 
266.7 
266.5 
283.7 

288.5 



301 

309 

313 

315 

325 

333 

337.8 

333.1 

339.6 

352.1 

383.5 



415.8 
422.6 
427.5 
426.7 



95.9 

97.4 

103.0 

105.7 

105.3 

102.1 

95.4 

95.6 

96.6 

101.3 

105.1 
105.2 
105.5 
111.6 
119.6 
124.9 
124.9 
125.1 
119.0 
120.6 
119.3 
128.5 

126.5 
119.5 
120.6 
126.7 



adjusted for seasonal variotion 



374.7 
381.4 
392.6 
395.6 
395.9 
417.7 
403.7 
403.9 
409.0 
417.6 

434.9 
455.0 
466.7 
469.7 
491.4 
495.7 
511.3 
524.1 
530.8 
528.7 
530.4 
549.8 

550.9 
540.3 
523.2 
531.4 



99.0 
104.2 
109.3 
112.9 
113.0 
112.2 
112.5 
112.1 
112.1 
118.2 

124.9 
126.9 
133.6 
137.7 
138.2 
137.2 
134.3 
139.0 
138.0 
129.0 
129.2 
126.1 

125.8 
120.8 
125.9 
128.2 



310.1 
314.6 



338 

359 

352 

341 

329 

322.2 

326.1 

329.8 



358.6 
366.9 
367.5 
386.4 
406.7 
433.7 
413.0 
392.5 
391.8 
386.8 
379.5 
403.8 

420.2 
402.5 
382.4 
379.3 



479.3 
464.2 
460.8 
459.5 
467.0 
500.4 
513.9 
518.2 
509.6 
528.1 

572.7 
593.3 
600.3 
587.1 
583.4 
581.6 
587.5 
597.2 
582.7 
556.8 
549.7 
558.3 

573.1 
586.8 
621.0 
578.9 



1973 M 


9, 384. 7 


4,675.3 


4,709.4 


1,393.7 


218.4 


265.2 


97.2 


372.9 


100.0 


312.4 


439.7 


A 


9, 460. 4 


4,726.0 


4,734.4 


1,410.1 


216.0 


263.6 


97.2 


376.7 


103.7 


31 J. 2 


446.4 


M 


9,54 7.6 


4,787.1 


4,754.5 


1,441.3 


173.9 


265.5 


99.1 


384.4 


104.9 


322.4 


464.2 


J 


9,872.5 


4,915.4 


4,897.1 


1,488.5 


226.0 


268.2 


98.8 


393.3 


106.9 


329.4 


480.8 


J 


9, 907. 8 


4,920.3 


4,987.5 


1,480.0 


225.6 


267.2 


100.6 


397.0 


108.4 


332.0 


492.0 


A 


10,093.2 


4,994.9 


5,098.3 


1,504.3 


221.8 


272.7 


102.0 


409.5 


111.6 


341.1 


513.2 


S 


10,235. 1 


5,051.9 


5,183.2 


1,528.7 


225.9 


284.9 


100.9 


403.0 


112.9 


341.0 


531.3 





10,390.7 


5,158.9 


5,231.8 


1,563.0 


236.4 


278.5 


101.7 


408.8 


114.3 


341.2 


540.9 


N 


10,574.0 


5,242.8 


5,331.2 


1,602.1 


246.5 


283.4 


101.0 


420.5 


116.3 


349.3 


532.9 


D 


10,845.2 


5,382.1 


5,463.1 


1,627.9 


238.9 


290.5 


102.2 


427.7 


120.6 


344.8 


535.3 


1974 J 


11,205.0 


5,637.1 


5,567.9 


1,706.7 


251.2 


292.2 


103.0 


437.2 


128.7 


361.9 


547.9 


F 


11,508.3 


5,813.4 


5,694.9 


1,778.0 


250.7 


299.2 


103.4 


451.0 


130.2 


364.5 


548.6 


M 


11.835.8 


6,013.6 


5,822.2 


1,806.5 


267.1 


303.2 


106.7 


464.6 


134.9 


369.9 


554.8 


A 


12, 122.9 


6,183.8 


5,939.1 


1,861.9 


278.0 


304.3 


111.4 


465.2 


136.9 


384.1 


565.9 


M 


12,401.0 


6,276.1 


6,124.9 


1 , 902 . 4 


250.4 


303.4 


115.5 


482.0 


132.9 


386.2 


587.5 


J 


12, 756. 5 


6,479.4 


6,277.1 


1,940.6 


267.9 


317.5 


117.2 


492.9 


130.0 


395.7 


605.5 


J 


73, 038. 8 


6,658.2 


6,380.6 


1,973.7 


277.0 


326.4 


119.2 


511.9 


128.6 


388.9 


614.2 


A 


73,376.0 


6,769.4 


6,546.6 


1,964.2 


287.0 


334.1 


124.9 


513.1 


138.6 


392.4 


610.3 


S 


73,648.6 


6,952.6 


6,696.0 


2,018.2 


276.4 


341.1 


126.0 


529.8 


138.5 


406.4 


600.3 





73, 909. 4 


7,054.7 


6,854.7 


2,066.0 


283.3 


352.9 


128.0 


535.3 


131.7 


411.5 


580.9 


N 


14,232.9 


7,254.6 


6,978.3 


2,109.3 


294.8 


372.7 


124.7 


546.5 


134.3 


407.9 


576.6 


D 


14, 732. 7 


7,553.9 


7,178.8 


2,151.4 


331.2 


392.0 


129.8 


565.0 


128.7 


422.2 


568.9 


1975 J 


14,941.7 


7,621.7 


7,320.0 


2,159.7 


286.3 


421.4 


124.2 


553.9 


129.9 


423.8 


549.6 


F 


14, 893. 3 


7,517.1 


7,376.2 


2,151.2 


266.1 


419.9 


117.8 


535.6 


124.0 


400.1 


546.5 


Mr. 


15,096.3 


7,686.4 


7,409.9 


2,180.8 


287.4 


418.5 


122.5 


520.4 


127.1 


385.1 


576.4 


A P 


15,187.2 


7,723.4 


7,463.8 


2,224.5 


294.5 


411.8 


126.5 


525.2 


127.4 


377.0 


558.4 



66 



July 


1975 
























SECTION 6 


























TABLE 3 - Concl. 




T 


able 3: manufacturing 


inventories 


by indust 


ry based on 


the 1970 standard industrial classification 


million doll 


]rs) — cone 


luded 


annua 


1 










metal 
fabricatin 


3 














avera 


9 e 






printing, 




(ex. 








non- 








and month 


furniture 


paper 


publishing 




machy. 




trans- 




metal lie 


petroleum 


chemical 








and 


& allied 


& allied 


primary 


& transp. 




portation 


electrical 


mineral 


and coal 


& chemica 


misc. 






fixtures 


industries 


industries 


metal 


equip. ) 


machinery 


equipment 


products 


products 


products 


products 


mfgrg. 


CANSIM 


310345 


310346 


310347 


310164 


310349 


310350 


310351 


310352 


310353 


310354 


31 0355 


310356 


S. A. 




310368 


310369 


310370 


310187 


310372 


310373 


310374 


310375 


310376 


310377 


310378 


310379 


1973 




188.1 


555.0 


143.7 


818.6 


759.0 


646.3 


1,008.0 


824.9 


238.2 


374.5 


544.0 


347.4 


1974 




236.4 


785.7 


187.9 1 


,016.1 


1,038.6 

unadjuste 


84 0.7 

d for seasona 


1,231.3 
variation 


,091.1 


302.9 


703.8 


714.5 


475.2 


1973 


M 


178.6 


569.4 


136.5 


780.3 


716.2 


631.0 


974.7 


777.4 


243.1 


350.1 


558.9 


328.2 




A 


185.3 


576.4 


134.6 


792.9 


721.8 


619.8 


983.0 


795.1 


244.4 


343.9 


549.8 


337.4 




M 


188.7 


587.9 


137.5 


776.6 


737.5 


625.8 


947.7 


803.7 


243.2 


351.8 


546.4 


347.8 




J 


191.1 


591.8 


147.5 


781.6 


747.0 


626.8 


1 , 001 . 8 


840.7 


241.9 


353.5 


547.3 


358.4 




J 


192.1 


605.4 


151.7 


817.6 


758.3 


621.9 


952.3 


848.5 


239.9 


360.6 


542.1 


357.1 




A 


194.1 


612.2 


151.1 


838.3 


767.9 


640.4 


1,056.5 


855.9 


235.2 


382.5 


543.6 


363.2 




S 


195.0 


616.6 


151.5 


848.7 


778.8 


661.8 


1,049.8 


851.4 


241.4 


399.9 


537.1 


365.3 







194.7 


638.3 


152.1 


848.6 


796.6 


676.6 


1,047.3 


858.3 


231.2 


427.1 


534.4 


361.9 




N 


198.9 


629.6 


150.3 


846.4 


820.4 


704.4 


1,091.7 


872.2 


236.8 


413.9 


544.2 


365.1 




D 


204.3 


661.6 


149.8 


876.1 


856.2 


720.0 


1, 124.9 


900.0 


240.9 


455.3 


560.0 


375.5 


1974 


J 


207.5 


678.9 


154.7 


876.1 


903.5 


729.4 


1,132.7 


916.2 


254.9 


524.0 


588.3 


402.2 




F 


213.8 


685.9 


159.4 


877.8 


921.9 


752.0 


1,168.4 


952.6 


273.9 


573.0 


602.4 


423.2 




M 


221.8 


713.1 


165.6 


892.5 


951.9 


767.3 


1,186.4 


990.9 


286.9 


646.4 


630.8 


441.8 




A 


230.4 


691.3 


174.1 


947.7 


976.4 


782.8 


1,170.9 


,020.7 


300.4 


665.6 


651.3 


459.7 




M 


238.9 


698.3 


183.0 


975.1 


994.2 


805.6 


1,177.3 


,068.9 


308.0 


637.3 


670.8 


473.9 




J 


244.6 


739.5 


189.5 1 


,016.5 


1,038.1 


807.2 


1,153.8 


,116.1 


309.2 


699.7 


695.0 


477.8 




J 


241.5 


788.3 


200.8 1 


,023.0 


1,054.2 


814.2 


1,151.2 


,111.4 


307.6 


742.9 


712.8 


497.6 




A 


242.8 


817.1 


204.5 1 


,059.2 


1,064.8 


861.3 


1,235.5 


,179.6 


309.3 


771.2 


746.9 


507.6 




S 


244.2 


851.2 


208.8 1 


,074.2 


1,108.0 


890.7 


1,280.7 


,156.1 


313.9 


817.8 


766.3 


501.6 







250.4 


881.3 


201.2 1 


,114.4 


1,130.3 


916.1 


1,338.0 


,164.2 


314.1 


783.2 


786.0 


498.8 




N 


247.5 


919.5 


204.8 1 


,150.5 


1,131.9 


948.1 


1,380.6 


,179.9 


325.7 


765.8 


839.5 


503.0 




D 


252.9 


964.5 


208.8 1 


,186.6 


1,187.7 


1,013.2 


1,400.5 


,236.5 


331.3 


818.8 


883.6 


515.3 


1975 


J 


253.0 1 


,017.2 


213.0 1 


,257.1 


1,244.7 


1,028.3 


1,403.5 


,219.0 


362.7 


826.9 


920.8 


535.5 




F 


255.1 1 


,035.3 


216.6 1 


,256.0 


1,265.5 


1,058.4 


1,396.6 


,235.1 


375.5 


783.2 


945.9 


532.8 




Mr 


253.6 1 


,087.3 


221.3 1 


,260.8 


1,292.0 


1,086.9 


1,370.6 


,216.0 


388.0 


892.3 


968.2 


531.4 




A P 


250.1 1 


,068.7 


223.7 1 


,322.4 


1,292.6 


1,099.5 


1,399.0 


,220.0 


394.3 


831.4 


978.7 


527.0 



adjusted for seasonol variation 



1973 M 


176.7 


569.5 


136.9 


807.6 


713.9 


618.3 


950.2 


770.2 


232.8 


344.3 


539.0 


325.8 


A 


180.3 


603.3 


135.1 


808.6 


708.9 


611.0 


968.9 


778.0 


232.3 


340.1 


536.6 


330.4 


M 


185.9 


623.7 


133.5 


793.7 


726.0 


618.1 


956.6 


779.1 


230.9 


359.2 


543.2 


336.0 


J 


188.1 


610.3 


142.4 


798.7 


735.4 


636.6 


1,014.7 


807.6 


235.2 


357.1 


551.7 


342.8 


J 


190.6 


609.5 


144.8 


816.4 


752.6 


642.4 


1,020.3 


833.5 


239.7 


359.6 


548.5 


347.1 


A 


195.1 


603.7 


146.0 


824.3 


765.0 


653.4 


1,063.5 


845.9 


237.9 


376.3 


549.9 


356.0 


5 


196.8 


600.9 


150.0 


842.2 


782.3 


676.3 


1,047.3 


860.0 


247.0 


386.8 


550.0 


366.9 





198.7 


615.0 


155.7 


829.1 


805.6 


683.8 


1 , 052 . 8 


878.0 


242.9 


420.7 


551.8 


371.8 


N 


202.2 


606.5 


155.0 


837.4 


836.1 


699.0 


1,076.0 


899.8 


247.8 


424.3 


554.9 


383.0 


D 


206.2 


650.0 


157.3 


848.1 


871.9 


707.0 


1,113.7 


932.0 


248.9 


475.4 


558.7 


388.1 


1974 J 


209.3 


672.4 


160.7 


863.0 


908.9 


724.4 


1,117.7 


938.4 


258.3 


527.7 


580.5 


414.9 


F 


214.7 


687.4 


160.1 


890.8 


925.1 


735.2 


1,151.1 


958.6 


270.8 


569.8 


589.7 


429.4 


M 


220.2 


712.6 


166.3 


925.7 


949.8 


752.2 


1,158.6 


984.5 


276.4 


634.3 


609.5 


438.0 


A 


224.4 


727.6 


175.0 


966.7 


960.6 


774.2 


1,155.3 


,003.7 


288.3 


653.1 


635.8 


450.5 


M 


235.4 


749.2 


177.9 


998.4 


981.6 


796.3 


1,189.0 


,041.2 


295.5 


651.3 


667.3 


457.6 


J 


240.6 


767.1 


183.4 


1,039.4 


1,022.5 


821.6 


1,170.5 


,074.2 


302.8 


709.3 


700.4 


457.4 


J 


239.3 


794.6 


191.6 


1,020.4 


1,045.7 


841.0 


1,222.4 


,090.6 


307.0 


741.4 


721.0 


483.9 


A 


244.0 


808.0 


197.7 


1,039.3 


1,060.6 


877.8 


1,241.1 


,161.6 


311.9 


758.1 


753.6 


497.7 


S 


246.6 


826.9 


207.0 


1,064.1 


1,112.2 


908.8 


1,277.1 


,167.7 


319.2 


795.0 


783.2 


504.1 





255.8 


845.1 


205.7 


1,087.2 


1,142.1 


926.6 


1,344.4 


,190.1 


327.6 


771.3 


811.1 


512.8 


N 


252.0 


883.0 


211.3 


1,138.2 


1,154.7 


941.7 


1,358.6 


,217.7 


338.8 


786.3 


855.5 


528.3 


D 


255.9 


942.9 


218.7 


1,150.1 


1,206.7 


992.2 


1 , 382 . 5 


,281.6 


340.9 


856.3 


882.7 


533.0 


1975 J 


256.2 


1,006.5 


221.4 


1,239.8 


1,251.7 


1,020.2 


1,384.5 


,250.3 


367.7 


832.8 


909.0 


552.8 


F 


256.2 


1,037.7 


217.7 


1,277.1 


1,271.5 


1,035.0 


1,374.0 


,243.9 


372.0 


779.8 


926.6 


540.6 


Mr 


250.7 


1,084.6 


222.6 


1,309.9 


1,290.1 


1,067.0 


1,333.5 


,207.6 


374.7 


874.8 


935.9 


526.7 


Ap 


242.5 


1,122.6 


225.0 


1,350.0 


1,273.0 


1,087.3 


1,376.9 


,196.8 


378.9 


817.6 


955.3 


516.0 



'Total inventories owned by manufacturers including warehouse stocks. 
Statistics Canada. 



Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31*001), 



67 



SECTION 6 
TABLE 4 



July, 1975 



Table 4: estimated value of shipments and unfilled orders in manufacturing industries, by economic use classification, based on the 1970 

standard industrial classification (million dollars) 











shipments 












unfilled orders at en 


d of month 






annual 
average 
and month 


consumer goods 


machinery 
and equip- 
ment 


con- 
struction 
materials 
and 

compo- 
nents 


other 
inter- 
mediate 
goods and 
supplies 


export- 
based 
industries 


supplemen 
tary clas- 
sification 
auto- 
motive 
products 


consumer goods 


machi- 
nery and 
equip- 
ment 


con- 
struction 
materials 
and com- 
ponents 


other 
inter- 
mediate 
goods 
and 
supplies 


export- 
based 
indus- 
tries 


supplemen- 
tary clas- 
sification: 




non- 
durable 


durable 


non- 
durable 


durable 


motive 
products 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


310397 
310462 


310398 
310463 


310399 

310464 


310400 
310465 


310401 
310466 


310402 
310467 


310403 
310468 


310413 
310478 


310414 
310479 


310415 
310480 


310416 
310481 


310417 
310482 


310418 
310483 


310419 
310484 



1973 




1,476.3 


272.7 


483.1 


524.9 


1,587.2 


1,131.2 


899.7 


295.7 


211.1 


3,070.1 


1,072.2 


1,477.7 


462.2 


273.9 


1974 




1,833.5 


321.3 


608.5 


635.4 


1,948.2 


1,343.6 1 
unad 


,116.5 

usted for 


327.0 

seasonal 


277.5 

variation 


4,690.3 


1,719.0 


2,010.0 


533.3 


365.3 


1973 


M 


1,419.7 


257.4 


512.8 


498.8 


1,640.9 


1,179.8 


952.2 


264.4 


224.1 


2,726.3 


968.5 


1,346.1 


425.2 


222.2 




A 


1,335.6 


249.2 


481.9 


498.4 


1,530.5 


1,168.6 


918.8 


299.3 


222.4 


2,762.9 


996.5 


1,368.8 


427.3 


236.5 




M 


1,434.5 


266.6 


468.8 


540.1 


1,679.6 


1,261.9 


999.8 


304.4 


214.7 


2,825.5 


1,035.4 


1,432.4 


413.4 


243.3 




J 


1,474.7 


275.5 


456.8 


556.8 


1,650.3 


1,244.8 


965.5 


312.9 


207.9 


2,760.3 


1,054.7 


1,433.7 


417.8 


246.6 




J 


1,462.8 


250.2 


420.4 


52 9.5 


1,423.1 


998.8 


731.9 


315.3 


197.3 


3,028.2 


1,099.1 


1,486.8 


455.2 


258.9 




A 


1,594.8 


257.0 


449.4 


539.8 


1,480.0 


857.6 


644.9 


303.0 


201.1 


3,181.2 


1,130.4 


1,540.2 


464.4 


284.6 




S 


1,596.5 


302.7 


505.9 


571.4 


1,617.5 


1,116.1 


912.9 


281.7 


219.1 


3,321.3 


1,153.9 


1,567.0 


496.6 


295.4 







1,671.5 


339.3 


534.5 


607.0 


1,771.7 


1,349.5 1 


,077.9 


306.1 


220.5 


3,470.7 


1,167.5 


1,596.5 


560.7 


339.8 




N 


1,660.0 


336.4 


551.1 


579.0 


1,801.6 


1,291.6 1 


,000.4 


312.6 


219.0 


3,545.8 


1,178.0 


1,686.0 


568.9 


363.3 




D 


1,550.3 


285.2 


561.0 


526.7 


1,601.6 


1,062.2 


834.5 


309.5 


226.5 


3,784.0 


1,287.2 


1,764.7 


583.5 


386.7 


1974 


J 


1,570.2 


267.7 


502.0 


521.9 


1,783.6 


1,300.7 1 


, 070. 


312.6 


269.7 


3,881.8 


1,369.3 


1,873.2 


581.4 


384.8 




F 


1,628.3 


295.8 


534.2 


543.6 


1,772.9 


1,253.1 1 


,025.6 


300.4 


309.5 


4,046.7 


1,429.6 


1 , 943. 9 


570.1 


368.1 




M 


1,744.0 


331.9 


606.7 


604.7 


1,910.5 


1,348.0 1 


,066.0 


323.5 


306.8 


4,169.1 


1,518.5 


1,975.2 


592.1 


378.5 




A 


1,715.8 


326.2 


605.4 


608.5 


1,936.0 


1,385.8 1 


,095.4 


333.0 


2 96.1 


4,280.3 


1,568.6 


1,984.8 


586.1 


383.7 




M 


1,829.7 


341.6 


628.2 


698.7 


2,100.3 


1,484.0 1 


,186.5 


345.5 


285.9 


4,424.6 


1,656.8 


2,035.4 


558.7 


376.9 




J 


1,822.4 


330.2 


648.1 


686.1 


1,981.0 


1,372.0 1 


,107.0 


367.8 


273.2 


4,562.7 


1,778.6 


2,023.8 


551.5 


364.1 




J 


1,865.9 


298.8 


557.3 


658.6 


1,819.9 


1 , 1 97. 1 


972.8 


347.3 


278.3 


4,798.6 


1,831.4 


2,040.9 


533.5 


360.1 




A 


1,920.4 


310.7 


547.2 


659.6 


1,851.2 


1,183.8 


920.2 


321.2 


275.7 


5,048.6 


1,867.4 


2,092.7 


525.7 


390.6 




S 


1,951.4 


347.7 


628.2 


680.6 


2,078.1 


1,377.1 1 


,145.1 


324.8 


276.7 


5,196.0 


1,891.1 


2,036.3 


484.1 


362.4 







2,057.1 


375.8 


664.9 


716.7 


2,210.3 


1,499.6 1 


,350.3 


314.6 


269.1 


5,250.3 


1,921.1 


2,032.1 


466.0 


325.0 




N 


2,003.9 


347.7 


676.4 


665.0 


2,063.9 


1,471.1 1 


,315.4 


307.5 


256.3 


5,229.3 


1,910.3 


2,052.4 


485.6 


347.6 




D 


1,893.1 


281.9 


703.2 


581.2 


1,871.1 


1,251.2 1 


,143.7 


325.5 


232.3 


5,396.2 


1,885.8 


2,029.9 


465.1 


341.0 


1975 


J 


1,774.0 


270.2 


627.6 


575.7 


1,932.5 


1,223.7 1 


,055.3 


336.2 


244.1 


5,433.9 


1,954.4 


1,977.3 


495.1 


305.7 




F 


1,857.8 


284.8 


663.8 


588.6 


1,873.7 


1,236.3 1 


,087.1 


316.6 


239.8 


5,474.9 


1,922.4 


1,959.5 


443.7 


292.6 




Mr 


1,900.2 


293.8 


735.9 


622.3 


1,980.0 


1,370.6 1 


,219.2 


317.9 


212.8 


5,439.9 


1,929.5 


1,922.8 


479.0 


275.9 




A P 


1,945.0 


298.3 


729.7 


- 


- 


1,444.4 1 


,287.3 


329.5 


197.0 


5,344.9 


1,895.4 


1,861.5 


462.4 


251.7 
















adju 


sted for seasonal \ 


oriation 












M. C. 


D. 


2 


4 


4 


4 


2 


3 i 




4 


3 


1 


2 


3 


5 


3 


1973 


M 


1,392.0 


264.5 


477.5 


511.0 


1,532.0 


1,087.0 


865.5 


280.7 


202.4 


2,722.1 


966.2 


1,310.1 


393.9 


216.0 




A 


1,403.9 


264.8 


475.8 


515.2 


1,496.9 


1,088.4 


863.9 


289.7 


209.4 


2,771.9 


978.7 


1,341.5 


418.9 


232.2 




M 


1,417.9 


271.8 


455.9 


495.7 


1,515.5 


1,114.7 


889.4 


283.3 


206.9 


2,845.9 


1,015.3 


1,400.1 


427.7 


253.6 




J 


1,465.9 


268.5 


426.8 


502.9 


1,547.4 


1,147.2 


899.4 


277.6 


209.5 


2,801.6 


1,034.0 


1,436.4 


441.7 


278.4 




J 


1,484.7 


273.9 


474.8 


52 9.8 


1,594.0 


1,182.8 


911.6 


292.9 


206.0 


3,051.5 


1,068.4 


1,484.5 


475.0 


269.9 




A 


1,490.0 


253.2 


502.6 


519.7 


1,593.0 


1,031.6 


821.5 


305.3 


199.7 


3,183.0 


1,102.4 


1,543.3 


493.5 


287.1 




S 


1,538.8 


270.7 


492.9 


534.1 


1,625.1 


1,176.1 


958.2 


310.2 


215.0 


3,276.9 


1,154.9 


1,602.7 


527.5 


299.4 







1,569.7 


276.2 


512.8 


544.7 


1,690.7 


1,239.7 


975.9 


329.1 


225.1 


3,437.3 


1,185.9 


1,644.7 


565.7 


344.8 




N 


1,593.0 


291.7 


531.6 


553.4 


1,757.7 


1,234.7 


963.2 


313.8 


229.7 


3,577.1 


1,205.6 


1,740.1 


546.4 


352.6 




D 


1,647.7 


305.5 


523.3 


598.7 


1,771.8 


1,201.3 


954.2 


312.6 


253.0 


3,749.8 


1,339.7 


1,800.8 


559.2 


361.5 


1974 


J 


1,693.8 


317.1 


556.6 


612.4 


1,814.0 


1,305.9 1 


,006.8 


318.2 


280.6 


3,859.5 


1,398.2 


1,850.1 


556.3 


364.5 




F 


1,730.9 


337.9 


561.9 


631.8 


1,844.7 


1,273.6 1 


,006.6 


315.1 


300.9 


4,027.1 


1,456.8 


1,905.0 


555.4 


360.4 




M 


1,745.5 


350.9 


573.9 


638.7 


1,839.8 


1,275.7 


999.3 


344.8 


276.0 


4,164.8 


1,513.7 


1,924.9 


549.8 


368.0 




A 


1,767.1 


340.9 


593.6 


613.3 


1,850.9 


1,265.5 1 


,007.7 


322.6 


278.4 


4,296.1 


1,543.3 


1,946.4 


573.4 


376.2 




M 


1,820.7 


344.0 


608.0 


652.1 


1,916.9 


1,312.6 1 


,053.0 


322.8 


275.8 


4,462.6 


1,621.9 


1 , 984. 7 


576.1 


389.0 




J 


1,834.8 


329.1 


610.9 


624.4 


1,885.1 


1,297.7 1 


,069.4 


327.3 


275.9 


4,635.3 


1,740.0 


2,024.7 


583.2 


406.3 




J 


1,859.0 


321.8 


617.5 


640.8 


1,987.4 


1,367.5 1 


,148.5 


322.7 


291.3 


4,835.6 


1,776.3 


2,038.3 


556.7 


377.6 




A 


1,812.0 


306.8 


617.6 


643.6 


2,030.9 


1,473.0 1 


,216.6 


323.6 


274.8 


5,050.4 


1,822.5 


2,097.9 


559.0 


394.7 




S 


1,874.8 


306.7 


612.1 


631.1 


2,064.2 


1,409.3 1 


,173.0 


356.1 


271.8 


5,133.6 


1,893.3 


2,083.4 


516.0 


370.5 




O 


1,918.6 


308.1 


636.9 


639.8 


2,081.7 


1,381.7 1 


,229.5 


336.9 


274.7 


5,199.2 


1,952.1 


2,095.2 


470.8 


329.9 




N 


1,945.9 


305.9 


656.6 


648.4 


2,058.2 


1,431.8 1 


,279.0 


308.6 


268.6 


5,274.9 


1,958.0 


2,117.0 


466.8 


337.3 




D 


1,992.9 


302.9 


660.9 


653.3 


2,039.9 


1,393.4 1 


,303.3 


328.5 


259.4 


5,341.4 


1,966.5 


2,073.2 


445.6 


319.3 


1975 


J 


1,926.9 


317.0 


692.4 


685.7 


1,985.7 


1,226.4 


984.5 


342.7 


253.9 


5,402.6 


1,997.8 


1,955.0 


473.9 


289.8 




F 


1,974.4 


324.8 


697.1 


683.9 


1,950.0 


1,258.1 1 


,063.7 


332.7 


232.7 


5,446.0 


1 , 961 . 1 


1,921.9 


431.8 


286.3 




Mr 


1,898.8 


305.5 


692.2 


645.0 


1,890.7 


1,286.9 1 


,128.9 


339.5 


191.2 


5,435.5 


1,922.6 


1,875.0 


445.2 


268.2 




A P 


— 


" 


710.7 


656.7 


1,933.3 


1,311.4 1 


,167.9 


319.4 


185.2 


5,365.8 


1,866.3 


1,826.1 


451.9 


246.5 



Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 



July, 1975 SECTION 6 

TABLE 5 

Table 5: estimated value of inventories owned and raw materials in manufacturing industries, by economic use classification 
based on the 1970 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 









inventories owned 










inventories held: 
raw materials 








consumer goods 


machin- 
ery and 
equip- 
ment 


other 
con- inter- 
struction mediate 
materials goods 
and com- and 
ponents supplies 


export- 
based 
indus- 
tries 


. 


annual 
average 
and month 


consumer goods 


machin- 
ery and 
equipment 


con- 
struction 
materials 
and com- 
ponents 


other 
inter- 
mediate 
goods and 
supplies 


export- 
based 
industries 


supple- 
men- 
tary clas- 
sification: 
automotive 
products 


men- 

tary clas- 
sification: 




non- 
durable 


durable 


non- 
durable 


durable 


motive 
products 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


310456 
310521 


310446 
310511 


310457 
310522 


310458 
310523 


310449 
310514 


310459 
310524 


310460 
310525 


310421 
310486 


310422 
310487 


310423 
310488 


310424 310425 
310489 310490 


310426 
310491 


3 1 0427 
310492 



1973 2,153.2 719.6 1,402.8 1,035.9 2,800.2 1,777.3 1,120.2 958.1 330.2 550.0 479.2 1,221.9 615.3 363.8 

1974 2,969.0 923.1 1,820.8 1,401.9 3,655.4 2,117.3 1,597.8 1,352.1467.2 774.8 705.0 1,759.3 791.8 573.1 

unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1973 M 2,042.5 692.6 1,350.7 997.8 2,723.9 1,700.7 1,069.3 903.5 295.7 512.3 449.9 1,133.6 591.6 332.2 
A 2,051.8 705.9 1,342.6 1,013.3 2,752.5 1,679.8 1,078.7 907.4 302.8 522.9 451.9 1,162.8 559.8 335.4 
M 2,114.5 721.1 1,352.3 997.3 2,705.2 1,665.1 1,070.2 947.7 313.9 531.3 444.3 1,175.1 569.6 349.5 
J 2,181.7 731.2 1,397.8 1,027.9 2,767.0 1,690.7 1,100.0 974.8 322.5 546.0 462.7 1,200.8 576.4 361.2 
J 2,157.2 733.8 1,402.5 1,041.0 2,768.0 1,695.1 1,060.6 977.0 339.1 555.1 484.9 1,217.7 617.0 349.6 
A 2,168.4 757.6 1,431.0 1,054.1 2,816.8 1,854.4 1,178.5 977.4 356.8 567.0 483.8 1,230.9 624.0 381.1 
S 2,214.0 742.0 1,451.9 1,060.6 2,826.5 1,884.7 1,176.9 965.6 349.8 568.4 495.5 1,246.3 639.3 367.7 
O 2,287.0 738.5 1,474.6 1,077.7 2,841.3 1,901.2 1,176.5 1,004.7 355.8 579.5 508.8 1,272.5 642.8 396.0 
N 2,310.4 754.4 1,490.3 1,103.6 2,909.5 1,929.1 1,213.3 1,025.3 368.6 589.7 520.7 1,328.2 667.6 412.6 
D 2,380.1 770.1 1,550.2 1,138.1 3,015.7 1,943.4 1,262.5 1,072.6 386.1 620.4 557.7 1,392.9 690.2 441.2 

1974 J 2,536.2 808.9 1,562.9 1,202.7 3,195.3 1,954.7 1,332.0 1,156.9 400.9 628.5 591.8 1,467.1 690.0 474.6 
F 2,651.7 856.1 1,621.8 1,241.9 3,256.1 1,992.4 1,405.7 1,225.3 424.9 650.2 618.6 1,481.6 697.9 507.2 
M 2,781.9 882.9 1,670.3 1,296.6 3,311.4 2,030.7 1,494.7 1,296.7 441.9 681.0 640.6 1,485.1 706.9 545.3 
A 2,882.2 904.4 1,702.6 1,349.6 3,381.0 1,995.2 1,504.7 1,324.3 450.6 708.4 665.1 1,535.8 692.9 542.4 
M 2,907.5 929.3 1,763.8 1,358.5 3,426.0 2,002.8 1,486.2 1,324.2 467.6 744.2 668.6 1,631.1 714.4 525.6 
J 3,034.5 944.0 1,808.4 1,426.5 3,520.7 1,984.6 1,518.6 1,370.1478.8 756.4 701.1 1,687.9 721.8 536.1 
J 3,045.4 949.1 1,825.5 1,427.9 3,633.4 2,042.4 1,563.4 1,415.6 495.4 786.3 723.4 1,813.2 777.2 583.4 
A 3,074.8 953.4 1,879.2 1,486.5 3,765.2 2,160.5 1,680.5 1,407.8 500.8 817.5 786.1 1,869.0 812.3 596.9 
S 3,141.9 946.1 1,933.6 1,474.7 3,858.6 2,242.4 1,756.0 1,406.8 496.1 851.7 756.4 1,942.9 875.0 632.1 
3,151.2 955.1 1,966.4 1,501.7 3,964.1 2,298.0 1,769.2 1,398.1 489.4 864.4 766.2 2,002.4 894.8614.7 
N 3,158.2 965.4 2,009.2 1,504.7 4,163.3 2,331.1 1,786.2 1,411.4 483.9 887.0 759.2 2,052.2 932.3 619.7 
D 3,262.8 982.1 2,105.7 1,551.9 4,389.7 2,372.3 1,876.7 1,487.8476.4 922.2 782.5 2,142.9 985.6699.7 

1975 J 3,316.2 980.1 2,090.5 1,615.6 4,529.9 2,468.2 1,907.6 1,488.6 461.7 943.6 818.2 2,141.4 1,010.2 679.0 
F 3,250.4 984.1 2,135.3 1,643.8 4,493.8 2,495.7 1,860.0 1,428.2 453.5 953.5 821.5 2,076.7 1,007.1 620.9 
Mr 3,390. 8 956.5 2,190.0 1,665.9 4,480.3 2,570.5 1,926.7 1,519.8 439.1 962.4 816.3 2,079.2 1,009.6 677.4 
A P 3,373.4 - 2,223.4 1,680.9 4,508.0 2,538.0 1,873.2 1,487.6 429.5 970.2 818.7 2,044.8 991.3 621.1 

adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 12 11 12 22212 222 



1973 M 


2,035.7 


679.4 


1,334.2 


976.3 


2,703.3 


1,684.8 


1,048.5 


896.1 


293.9 


511.2 


446.5 


1 


,166.7 


602.5 


330.6 


A 


2,023.8 


682.0 


1,330.2 


982.4 


2,728.7 


1,713.2 


1,063.7 


886.2 


301.7 


520.2 


448.4 


1 


,194.2 


599.2 


333.0 


M 


2,090.9 


694.4 


1,339.5 


979.7 


2,717.4 


1,737.3 


1,082.6 


932.6 


311.3 


526.9 


446.8 


1 


,198.5 


613.0 


345.6 


J 


2,124.3 


704.0 


1,378.7 


1,004.8 


2,809.6 


1,772.6 


1,134.4 


950.3 


320.1 


545.4 


460.2 


1 


,230.0 


619.5 


376.8 


J 


2,142.5 


721.6 


1,404.2 


1,035.7 


2,801.3 


1,803.6 


1,110.6 


951.6 


333.0 


552.4 


479.8 


1 


,210.6 


637.8 


353.3 


A 


2,185.9 


756.7 


1,433.5 


1,055.9 


2,834.1 


1,837.7 


1,149.9 


979.1 


352.3 


562.9 


482.8 


1 


,222.6 


622.4 


371.2 


S 


2,233.9 


758.7 


1,455.8 


1,077.0 


2,870.6 


1,839.6 


1,154.4 


994.5 


351.9 


569.8 


501.5 


1 


,235.3 


616.0 


362.6 


O 


2,300.2 


766.7 


1,484.8 


1,099.1 


2,894.8 


1,833.0 


1,171.2 


1,030.3 


360.0 


585.2 


515.4 


1 


,259.3 


607.7 


396.1 


N 


2,350.6 


787.6 


1,500.7 


1,142.4 


2,933.6 


1,876.8 


1,224.5 


1,070.9 


378.7 


599.2 


533.4 


1 


,314.8 


628.7 


419.0 


D 


2,431.5 


790.2 


1,577.5 


1,168.8 


2,958.5 


1,902.2 


1,273.1 


1,092.7 


389.8 


620.3 


557.5 


1 


,335.2 


647.8 


440.6 


1974 J 


2,562.5 


822.4 


1,576.8 


1,210.3 


3,126.1 


1,916.7 


1,328.7 


1,165.8 


404.6 


631.0 


585.7 


1 


,442.9 


672.1 


476.9 


F 


2,635.9 


853.9 


1,620.3 


1,234.5 


3,178.9 


1,960.6 


1,388.4 


1,199.6 


422.2 


649.1 


611.7 


1 


,490.7 


695.7 


505.6 


M 


2,769.2 


867.8 


1,651.5 


1,272.2 


3,306.3 


2,014.1 


1,465.4 


1,284.7 


439.2 


679.1 


635.6 


1 


,529.4 


720.1 


541.3 


A 


2,838.3 


877.9 


1,690.0 


1,312.2 


3,364.7 


2,038.0 


1,482.8 


1,292.0 


448.9 


704.5 


659.8 


1 


,576.5 


741.0 


537.3 


M 


2,872.3 


899.8 


1,748.3 


1,340.6 


3,449.8 


2,091.2 


1,500.9 


1,301.7 


463.7 


737.4 


674.2 


1 


,660.7 


767.7 


518.8 


J 


2,950.4 


913.9 


1,786.1 


1,397.2 


3,577.7 


2,082.4 


1,561.9 


1,334.2 


475.0 


755.6 


697.8 


1 


,727.0 


774.6 


560.8 


J 


3,022.7 


933.6 


1,825.8 


1,419.2 


3,669.1 


2,169.9 


1,625.4 


1,378.6 


486.3 


782.0 


715.7 


1 


,799.5 


803.0 


588.9 


A 


3,101.1 


950.9 


1,881.7 


1,485.8 


3,779.4 


2,143.3 


1,638.2 


1,410.8 


494.5 


812.3 


784.7 


1 


,856.7 


810.4 


580.6 


S 


3,175.1 


966.1 


1,938.3 


1,494.3 


3,903.3 


2,189.1 


1,725.5 


1,451.9 


500.1 


853.8 


764.7 


1 


,927.8 


844.3 


624.6 





3,172.3 


990.8 


1 , 982 . 6 


1,527.7 


4,023.2 


2,215.3 


1,763.0 


1,435.3 


495.8 


874.0 


775.8 


1 


,984.3 


847.0 


615.8 


N 


3,219.7 1 


,008.1 


2,024.3 


1,557.3 


4,196.9 


2,263.1 


1,809.6 


1,477.1 


497.1 


902.4 


777.9 


2 


, 035. 1 


879.7 


630.3 


D 


3,337.2 


992.9 


2,140.6 


1,593.3 


4,306.9 


2,315.8 


1,901.7 


1,516.7 


481.2 


922.4 


783.5 


2 


, 058. 9 


925.9 


699.9 


1975 J 


3,351.3 


997.1 


2,105.8 


1,625.8 


4,433.2 


2,419.7 


1,905.5 


1,499.7 


466.1 


947.2 


809.6 


2 


,106.0 


983.7 


682.2 


F 


3,232.7 


981.9 


2,127.6 


1,636.3 


4,388.0 


2,460.9 


1,837.9 


1,397.2 


450.5 


951.6 


812.2 


2 


, 088. 


1,004.3 


619.1 


Mr 


3,374.2 


938.6 


2,161.2 


1,634.7 


4,445.4 


2,556.5 


1,887.1 


1,504.9 


430.3 


960.8 


809.9 


2 


,112.2 


1,040.7 


671.7 


A P 


3,320.7 




2,202.6 


1,634.1 


4,479.9 


2,601.4 


1,844.4 


1,450.6 


427.9 


964.6 


812.0 


2 


,098.6 


1,059.5 


614.5 



Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 



69 



SECTION 6 
TABLE 6 



July, 1975 



Table 6: estimated value of goods in process and finished products in manufacturing industries, by economic use classification, 
based on the 1970 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 















inventories 


held 


















goods in pro 


:ess 










finished products 






annual 
average 
and month 


consumer goods 

non- 
durable durable 


con- 
struction 
machin- materials 
ery and and corn- 
equipment ponents 


other 
inter- 
mediate 
goods and 
supplies 


export- 
based 
industries 


supplemen 
tary clas- 
sification: 
auto- 
motive 
products 


consumer goods 

non- 
durable durable 


machin- 
ery and 
equip- 
ments 


other 
con- inter- 
struction mediate 
materials goods 
and com- and 
ponents supplies 


export- 
based 
indus- 
tries 


supplemen- 
tary clas- 
sification: 
auto- 
motive 
products 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


310429 
310494 


310430 
310495 


310431 310432 
310496 310497 


310433 
310498 


310434 
310499 


310435 
310500 


310437 
310502 


310438 
310503 


310439 
310504 


310440 310441 
310505 310506 


31 0442 
310507 


310443 
310508 



1973 




242.3 


116.5 


866.9 


343.5 


541.8 


643.1 


314.1 


952.7 


272.8 


285.9 


316.7 


1,036.4 


518.8 


442.1 


1974 




309.0 


146.4 


1,020.7 


480.6 


668.5 


721.7 


384.7 


1,307.8 


309.4 


346.6 


363.2 


1,227.5 


603.7 


639.8 
















unc 


djusted for 


seasonal variation 












1973 


M 


243.2 


113.8 


836.6 


311.2 


512.2 


645.8 


306.5 


895.7 


283.0 


289.3 


326.5 


1 , 078. 


463.3 


430.4 




A 


236.1 


113.0 


821.9 


327.3 


519.0 


630.7 


305.9 


908.2 


290.0 


281.5 


329.6 


1,070.6 


489.1 


437.2 




M 


243.9 


111.1 


833.9 


334.5 


528.6 


609.0 


290.7 


922.9 


296.0 


283.6 


318.0 


1,001.4 


486.3 


429.9 




J 


247.6 


113.0 


875.4 


341.4 


532.3 


617.1 


302.9 


959.2 


295.5 


285.0 


326.9 


1,033.8 


497.1 


435.9 




J 


238.3 


115.3 


877.5 


352.5 


536.5 


593.8 


273.6 


941.8 


279.3 


283.7 


313.1 


1,013.8 


484.2 


437.3 




A 


233.7 


122.7 


911.3 


370.9 


567.9 


662.1 


347.0 


957.2 


278.1 


279.7 


317.7 


1,017.9 


568.2 


450.3 




S 


240.0 


124.1 


921.9 


365.7 


574.6 


654.4 


333.3 


1 , 008. 3 


268.0 


276.3 


311.8 


1,005.5 


590.8 


475.8 







248.0 


123.2 


928.0 


383.4 


566.0 


647.3 


311.8 


1,034.2 


259.4 


284.9 


309.7 


1,002.7 


610.9 


468.5 




N 


252.6 


123.1 


950.5 


396.6 


567.6 


687.9 


346.7 


1,032.3 


262.6 


293.7 


307.8 


1,013.6 


573.5 


453.9 




D 


257.2 


122.7 


876.2 


356.7 


581.5 


698.3 


351.3 


1 , 050. 1 


261.3 


311.6 


318.7 


1,041.2 


554.8 


469.8 


1974 


J 


277.0 


130.3 


901.9 


393.9 


606.6 


689.6 


333.4 


1,102.2 


277.6 


306.1 


328.3 


1,121.5 


575.1 


523.9 




F 


281.3 


138.1 


931.6 


409.9 


609.6 


696.5 


339.6 


1,144.9 


293.1 


321.7 


336.2 


1,164.9 


597.9 


558.8 




M 


291.4 


140.9 


953.3 


435.7 


626.5 


711.5 


352.9 


1,193.7 


300.0 


328.1 


350.7 


1,199.8 


612.2 


596.5 




A 


309.4 


145.4 


946.7 


463.0 


643.9 


698.1 


358.6 


1,248.5 


308.3 


324.9 


365.3 


1,201.2 


604.1 


603.6 




M 


317.3 


144.3 


968.1 


472.8 


634.9 


700.2 


367.7 


1,265.9 


317.3 


341.8 


356.6 


1,159.9 


588.1 


592.8 




J 


321.9 


145.4 


998.2 


500.2 


653.7 


688.3 


354.4 


1,342.4 


319.7 


353.3 


369.5 


1,179.0 


574.3 


627.9 




J 


314.0 


149.1 


1,018.2 


496.9 


663.7 


684.5 


351.2 


1,315.6 


304.4 


340.9 


358.0 


1,156.5 


580.5 


628.7 




A 


313.7 


151.5 


1,048.4 


499.2 


695.8 


735.2 


401.4 


1,353.3 


301.1 


344.3 


357.5 


1,200.3 


612.9 


682.1 




S 


320.0 


154.1 


1,070.7 


511.1 


707.2 


755.6 


424.9 


1,415.0 


295.8 


364.9 


364.7 


1,208.5 


611.6 


698.9 







320.5 


150.8 


1,098.7 


528.3 


706.1 


760.3 


432.0 


1,432.5 


314.8 


361.9 


373.8 


1,255.5 


642.8 


722.4 




N 


317.4 


151.6 


1,136.0 


534.4 


727.1 


769.6 


449. 1 


1,429.2 


329.8 


374.7 


389.7 


1,383.8 


629.1 


717.3 




D 


324.7 


154.8 


1,176.6 


521.8 


747.4 


770.8 


451.5 


1,450.2 


350.8 


397.0 


407.8 


1,499.3 


615.8 


725.3 


1975 


J 


334.9 


156.4 


1,142.4 


524.0 


781.5 


792.2 


453.3 


1,492.7 


362.0 


420.4 


420.5 


1,607.0 


665.8 


775.4 




F 


346.1 


155.7 


1,159.4 


537.8 


772.9 


778.6 


440.2 


1,476.1 


375.0 


436.7 


430.1 


1,644.2 


710.0 


798.9 




Mr 


348.5 


152.1 


1,236.7 


541.1 


753.2 


794.2 


426.1 


1,512.1 


367.6 


459.6 


459.0 


1,676.5 


754.8 


823.2 




Ap 


351.7 


156.6 


1,254.5 


548.4 


782.2 


779.0 


430.9 


1,534.0 


375.8 


481.9 


464.2 


1,681.0 


767.7 


821.2 



M.C.D. 



adjusted for seasonal variation 
2 3 2 3 



1973 M 


239.6 


113.1 


835.1 


315.6 


523.0 


619.9 


299.7 


900.0 


272.4 


281.6 


308.3 


1,013.6 


462.4 


418.2 


A 


232.1 


111.1 


827.2 


321.2 


517.5 


623.5 


302.1 


905.5 


269.2 


275.2 


308.2 


1,017.0 


490.5 


428.6 


M 


234.8 


111.3 


839.6 


325.5 


539.5 


622.9 


301.5 


923.5 


271.8 


275.0 


304.6 


979.4 


501.4 


435.5 


J 


239.4 


113.3 


867.9 


330.4 


546.9 


637.4 


323.6 


934.6 


270.6 


276.5 


313.5 


1,032.7 


515.7 


434.0 


J 


239.2 


115.1 


880.7 


342.8 


546.8 


645.5 


313.2 


951.7 


273.5 


281.8 


315.8 


1,043.9 


520.3 


444.1 


A 


242.0 


120.8 


898.9 


354.3 


563.3 


675.9 


343.2 


964.8 


283.6 


287.0 


328.3 


1,048.2 


539.4 


435.5 


S 


247.3 


122.6 


904.6 


354.2 


569.0 


660.1 


324.1 


992.1 


284.2 


279.2 


326.6 


1 , 066. 3 


563.5 


467.7 


O 


254.7 


124.0 


909.2 


370.5 


568.5 


651.9 


308.2 


1,015.2 


282.7 


294.0 


328.0 


1,067.0 


573.4 


466.9 


N 


256.7 


125.5 


923.3 


394.2 


562.8 


679.5 


334.1 


1,023.0 


283.4 


300.2 


329.3 


1,056.0 


568.6 


471.4 


D 


263.6 


123.2 


904.0 


397.8 


572.5 


677.1 


333.1 


1,075.2 


277.2 


318.7 


327.1 


1,050.8 


577.3 


499.4 


1974 J 


274.9 


132.5 


922.7 


423.0 


594.0 


666.3 


325.0 


1,121.8 


285.3 


311.1 


328.6 


1,089.2 


578.3 


526.8 


F 


276.2 


138.2 


953.1 


428.5 


587.1 


669.8 


333.7 


1,160.1 


293.5 


318.6 


329.6 


1,101.1 


595.1 


549.1 


M 


286.9 


140.1 


952.0 


442.1 


646.9 


683.1 


345.0 


1,197.6 


288.5 


319.4 


331.3 


1,130.0 


610.9 


579.1 


A 


304.1 


142.8 


953.5 


454.5 


645.5 


691.0 


354.3 


1,242.2 


286.2 


318.0 


341.5 


1,142.7 


606.0 


591.2 


M 


305.0 


144.7 


975.7 


460.5 


652.2 


716.4 


381.2 


1,265.6 


291.4 


331.5 


342.1 


1,136.9 


607.1 


600.9 


J 


310.6 


145.9 


989.3 


483.7 


673.4 


711.7 


376.5 


1,305.6 


293.0 


342.9 


354.7 


1,177.3 


596.1 


624.6 


J 


315.2 


149.0 


1,021.7 


482.6 


677.9 


743.3 


400.1 


1,328.9 


298.3 


338.8 


361.4 


1,191.7 


623.6 


636.4 


A 


325.4 


149.2 


1 , 034 . 2 


476.7 


688.4 


751.1 


397.7 


1,364.9 


307.2 


353.7 


369.4 


1,234.3 


581.8 


659.9 


S 


330.1 


152.2 


1,050.3 


495.9 


696.4 


762.2 


415.0 


1,393.1 


313.8 


368.7 


381.7 


1,279.1 


582.6 


685.9 





329.2 


151.8 


1,077.4 


509.8 


702.5 


765.9 


427.5 


1,407.8 


343.2 


373.5 


395.5 


1,336.4 


602.4 


719.7 


N 


323.3 


154.6 


1 102.8 


530.4 


719.2 


759.5 


432.4 


1,419.3 


356.4 


382.9 


417.1 


1,442.6 


623.9 


746.9 


D 


332.8 


155.4 


1,214.5 


583.5 


735.1 


748.0 


428.9 


1,487.7 


371.8 


405.9 


418.5 


1,512.9 


641.9 


772.9 


1975 J 


332.3 


159.0 


1,169.0 


563.5 


766.5 


765.8 


442.4 


1,519.3 


372.0 


427.4 


420.8 


1,560.7 


670.2 


780.9 


F 


339.8 


155.9 


1,186.9 


563.2 


745.4 


748.8 


432.6 


1,495.7 


375.5 


432.4 


421.9 


1,554.6 


707.8 


786.2 


Mr 


343.0 


151.2 


1,235.2 


549.1 


752.7 


762.6 


416.5 


1,526.3 


357.1 


447.5 


433.7 


1,580.5 


753.2 


798.9 


Ap 


345.6 


153.7 


1,264.0 


538.4 


780.9 


771.6 


425.8 


1,524.5 


348.8 


471.9 


433.9 


1,600.4 


770.3 


804.1 



Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 



70 



July 


1975 




























SECTION 6 
































TABLES 7 and 8 
















Tabl 


2 7: tobacco and b 


everoges 




























tobacco 














be 




















sa 


es" of tobacco products 














produ 












produ 


. 


tobacco pre 


ducts 




dome 


. , 














stocks, ' 
















rocks 








month 




ciga- 
rettes 




cut tobacco 


ciga- 
rettes 




cut to 


Dacco 


ciga- 
rettes 




unmanu- 




leries 


bottled 


leri es 






cigars 


fine cut' 1 


other 3 


cigars 


fine cut 2 


other 1 


cigars 




thousand 


(ethyl) 


spirits 


warehouse 






































mill 


ions 


thousan 


d pounds 


mil 


ions 


thousand pounds 


mi 


lions 


pounds 


gal Ions 


mil 


lion proof 


gallons 


CANSIM 


2 082 


2083 


2089 


2 090 


2091 


2092 


2 093 


2094 


2095 


2096 


2 084 


2 085 


2086 


2 087 


2088 


1973 




56,034 


631.2 


16,727 


1,450 


54,864 


597.4 


16,233 


1,406 


733.2 


15.9 


165.8 


445,119 102.41 


38.75 


375.14 


1974 




59,602 


595.5 


14,628 


1,404 


57,123 


590.5 


14,785 


1,323 


809.5 


103.2 


180.0 


454,524 


99.43 


35.85 


392.57 


1973 


J 


2,518 


36.9 


623 


43 


4,553 


50.5 


1,224 


111 


86.9 


0.8 


- 


48,236 


5.97 


1.47 


378.85 




A 


4,255 


41 4 


1,301 


110 


4,831 


52.7 


1,196 


115 


69.9 


1.3 


- 


43, 190 


6.38 


3.99 


377.92 




S 


4,914 


54.4 


1,201 


105 


4,782 


49. 9 


1,266 


105 


63.5 


0.6 


152.0 


34,769 


7.52 


4.00 


378.37 







5,710 


59.9 


1,601 


88 


4,501 


53.6 


1,376 


121 


73.2 


1.3 


- 


36,060 


9.80 


4.61 


378.50 




N 


5,650 


61.9 


1,755 


154 


5,280 


59.0 


1,388 


116 


44.4 


4.5 


- 


37,738 


11.35 


4.76 


378.95 




D 


3,659 


37.4 


1,156 


133 


5,383 


58.0 


1,533 


102 


60.9 


2.8 


165.8 


32,852 


8.28 


2.75 


383.46 


1974 


J 


5,345 


50.5 


1,608 


113 


3,512 


37.7 


1,114 


104 


42.7 


1.6 


_ 


24,890 


9.60 


2.78 


387.24 




F 


5,125 


50.7 


1 ,495 


73 


3,870 


36.1 


1,161 


92 


43.0 


7.3 


- 


28,175 


9.44 


3.31 


3 91.88 




M 


5,396 


55-3 


1,438 


1 14 


6,191 


44.0 


1,752 


104 


59.0 


2.5 


209.7 


35,450 


10.82 


2. 97 


4 00.75 




A 


5,367 


61.9 


1,341 


125 


2,999 


47.0 


956 


98 


60.4 


6.3 


- 


39,931 


10.58 


2.85 


3 98.98 




M 


5,710 


62.7 


1,329 


133 


4,893 


60.2 


1,268 


123 


63.0 


7.4 


- 


44, 001 


10.02 


3.69 


401.34 




J 


4,879 


43.8 


1 ,130 


145 


5,111 


54.2 


1,199 


117 


90.4 


12.6 


213.0 


43,359 


8.60 


3.81 


403.64 




J 


2, 143 


24. 1 


328 


28 


5,075 


51.4 


1,149 


127 


83.6 


8.7 


- 


50,635 


4.68 


1.95 


403.91 




A 


4,413 


49.2 


1, 189 


108 


5,097 


48.3 


1,079 


125 


76.2 


4.1 


- 


41,288 


5.69 


2.41 


403.78 




S 


5,370 


52.4 


1, 135 


134 


6,133 


50.7 


1,216 


111 


79.2 


23.6 


172. 1 


36, 918 


7.86 


3.02 


405.41 







5,974 


58.2 


1,255 


115 


4,300 


52.1 


1,256 


110 


85.1 


10.2 


- 


36,658 


7.96 


3.35 


404.74 




N 


5,807 


4 9.6 


1,264 


129 


6,279 


61.3 


1,598 


113 


38.3 


8.5 


- 


36,612 


7.17 


3.45 


404.27 




D 


4,073 


37.1 


1, 116 


92 


3,663 


47.5 


1,037 


99 


88.6 


10.4 


180.0 


36,607 


7.01 


2.26 


304.91 


1975 


J 


5,417 


50.0 


1,396 


95 


3,573 


38.2 


1,079 


102 


59.3 


7.2 


_ 


26,099 


9.06 


3. 10 


306.78 




F 


5,038 


49.9 


1, 151 


97 


3,900 


43.1 


1,248 


120 


85.6 


9.7 


- 


30,788 


9.96 


2.71 


411.89 




M 


4,814c 


44.5 


1,350 


82 


4,805 


40.7 


1,311 


92 


74.3 


13.1 




35,934 


10.08 


2.82 


420.70 




A 


5,232 


42.9 


1,441 


111 


5,235 


36.6 


1,424 


78 


62.2 


6.3 




42,469 


9.81 


3.60 


416.63 




M 


5,023 


44.0 


1,367 


111 


4,010 


48.4 


1,133 


106 


51.9 


7.8 




42,469 


9.81 


3.60 


416.63 



'Starting with January 1968, production is manufacturers' production; prior to that date production was indicated by the use of excise duty stamps. ^Intended 
for cigarettes, includes smoking, chewing and twist. includes sales to wholesalers or retailers. s Subject to Excise Tax. 'Includes sales for ships' stores 

and for export. 7 End of period. Sources: Tobacco and Tobacco Products Statistics Quarterly (32-014), Statistics Canada; and Department of National Revenue, 



Table 8: rubber (million pounds) 



year 




imports 


production 




consumption 




'consumpt 


on of natural, 


synthetic & 


reclaimed rubber 


stocks' 


and 




natural and 












tires 




wire 




month 




synthetic 


synthetic 


natural 


synthetic 


reclaimed 


total 


and tubes 


footwear 


and cable 


natural 


CANSIM 


2099 


2100 


2101 


2102 


2103 


2104 


2105 


2106 


2107 


2108 


1973 




150.22 


515.09 


133.27 


410.40 


39.88 


565.25 


380.67 


10.39 


5.41 


12.44 


1974 




165.81 


463.52 


139.28 


413.48 


30.38 


552. 75 


X 


20.08 


5.82 


19.80 


1973 


J 


15.38 


42.76 


11.48 


37.12 


3.75 


52.35 


34.99 


X 


0.52 


11.60 




J 


10.83 


43. 18 


9.22 


26.53 


2.40 


35. 75 


25.62 


0.80 


0.22 


9.37 




A 


11.74 


44. 16 


8.14 


25.83 


2.26 


33.96 


19.55 


1.26 


0.30 


9.79 




S 


13.62 


44.21 


10.63 


33.86 


3.29 


44.49 


28.87 


1.18 


0.46 


10.72 







2.36 


44. 18 


10.99 


38.41 


3.17 


49.40 


34.49 


0.88 


0.39 


11.02 




N 


17.54 


44.20 


12.35 


37.98 


3.66 


50.33 


33.78 


0.69 


0.31 


12.41 




D 


11 .21 


43.67 


10.42 


34.17 


3.47 


44.59 


30.61 


.47 


0.78 


12.44 


1974 


J 


12.64 


43.26 


13.06 


37.83 


2.93 


50.89 


X 


1.76 


0.45 


13.56 




F 


14.80 


35.71 


13.57 


40.02 


3.70 


53.59 


X 


1.50 


0.43 


15.75 




M 


29.20 


42.56 


13.48 


39.58 


2.97 


53.06 


X 


1.40 


0.4 


19.63 




A 


11 .38 


40.53 


11.86 


39.82 


3.06 


57. 68 


X 


1.73 


0.44 


23.54 




M 


13.22 


44.24 


9. 10 


32.81 


2.18 


41.91 


X 


2.07 


0.47 


27.18 




J 


14.74 


37.68 


10.41 


33.88 


2.62 


44.29 


X 


2.16 


0.52 


26.42 




J 


15.42 


39. 05 


8.40 


26.19 


2.52 


34.59 


X 


1.33 


0.33 


28.87 




A 


7.81 


40.00 


9.07 


29.06 


1.97 


38. 13 


X 


1.75 


0.38 


27.70 




S 


9.35 


36.24 


10.70 


32.47 


2.12 


43. 76 


X 


1.60 


0.69 


21.64 







11 .34 


38.00 


11.58 


33.38 


1.67 


44.96 


X 


1.94 


0.60 


20.73 




N 


12.87 


33.25 


14.58 


35.18 


2.57 


49.76 


X 


1.61 


0.63 


19.80 




D 


13.04 


33.00 


13.47 


33.26 


2.07 


46. 73 


X 


1.23 


0.48 


18.76 


1975 


J 


11.68 


33.49 


12. 99 


33.72 


2.02 


46.71 


32.40 


1.23 


0.49 


16.65 




F 


15.36 


33.75 


14.87 


33.36 


2.42 


48.24 


35.54 


0.90 


0.57 


16.90 




M 


14. 12 


23.25 


14.80 


30.76 


2.43 


45.56 


32.48 


0.68 


0.65 


13.92 



'All data has been revised beginning January 1971 to reflect the addition of reclaimed rubber 
Inventories of Rubber (33=003); Trade of Canada, Imports (65.007), Statistics Canoda. 



2 End of period. 



Sources: Consumption, Production and 



71 



SECTION 6 
















July, 1975 


TABLES 9 and 


10 


























Table 9: robber 


products 










nd 








footwear 


(thousand pairs) 
















production 










year c 




boots, 


all rubber 










month 












light and 
heavy 


utility 


shipments 


stocks 


knee, 
storm king, 




overshoes 
and 








lumber- 




















total 


and hip 


men's etc. 


galoshes' 


rubbers 


footwear 


total 


total 


CANSIM 


2125 


2126 


2127 


2128 


2129 


2130 


2131 


2132 


1973 




6,701.4 


657.8 


149.2 


2,962.9 


832.2 


1,235.8 


7, 755.6 


7, 224. 7 


1974 




7,412.8 


900.5 


194.7 


3,557.3 


913.3 


1,312.3 


7,745.8 


1.753.4 


1973 


A 


455.8 


41 .4 


12.3 


269.3 


36.8 


52.6 


994.8 


2, 242. 4 




S 


437. 1 


42.1 


10.2 


234.6 


23.5 


47.3 


949.0 


1, 830. 5 







488.8 


47.0 


10.6 


251.9 


38.4 


51.7 


900.0 


1,419.3 




N 


478. 1 


49.4 


11.0 


185.8 


50.6 


91.7 


734.4 


1, 163. 1 




D 


364.9 


32.6 


7.4 


120.7 


21.0 


126.7 


370.3 


1,224.7 


1974 


J 


574.6 


58.1 


9.2 


231.4 


52.5 


163.5 


414.0 


1,275.8 




F 


781.3 


86.2 


15.0 


355.2 


70.5 


193.0 


450.8 


1,608.3 




M 


746.3 


95.8 


15.0 


270.6 


75.4 


192.8 


490.4 


1, 895. 




A 


707.8 


85.8 


17.0 


352.3 


51.7 


183.9 


594.0 


2, 208. 9 




M 


727.5 


87.3 


2 0.0 


516.0 


57.8 


122.2 


234.5 


2, 307. 1 




J 


595.3 


69.2 


12.0 


383.9 


54.9 


108.1 


694.9 


2, 249. 6 




J 


365.8 


42.5 


7.5 


178.5 


30.8 


58.8 


555.4 


2, 090. 




A 


551. 1 


66.7 


17.0 


257.4 


79.5 


64.8 


846.0 


1, 795. 7 




S 


593.9 


70.5 


19.4 


265.8 


96.6 


56.1 


893.0 


7,496. 7 







706. 1 


82.7 


23.6 


343.2 


124.5 


52.1 


7.073.7 


7, 249. 7 




N 


624.9 


87.7 


26.0 


239.5 


121.1 


71.7 


574.9 


7,307. 7 




D 


438.2 


68.0 


13.0 


163.5 


98.0 


45.3 


384.8 


7,565.0 


1975 


J 


575. 1 


78.5 


20.8 


257.9 


88.5 


62.9 


268. 1 


7,829.6 




F 


568.7 


81.8 


16.3 


260.2 


87.8 


58.9 


370.5 


2, 093. 2 




M 


470.0 


69.3 


14.4 


201.3 


70.8 


60.9 


307.4 


2.261.7 



'Includes plastic footwear. 



Source: The Rubber Association of Canada. 



Table 10: raw hides, skins and finished leather 













raw hides and 


skins 








production of finish 


ed leather 






receipts' 


wettings' 






stocks 5 










cattle leath 


er 




year 
and 










calf 


sheep 










glove 


splits, 




month 




cattle 


cattle 


cattle 


and kip 


and lamb 


horse 








and 


all 


all 






hides 2 


hides 2 


hides 2 


skins 2 


skins 


hides 


all other 


sole' 


upper* 


garment 


types 6 


other 7 












•ooo 






•ooo 








'000 


•ooo 




housands 


doz. 




thousands 


lbs. 




thousand 


square feet 




CANSIM 


2145 


2147 


2149 


2150 


2151 


2153 


2154 


2155 


2156 


2157 


2158 


2159 


1973 




1,846.1 


1,884.1 


220.9 


83.7 


9.8 


14.1 


9.8 


4,015.7 


63, 926.4 


5,095.5 


27,018.9 


2,662.8 


1974 




2,176.4 


2, 127.8 


259.4 


87.9 


9.9 


4.2 


11.1 


5,036.7 


63,289.5 


6,375.7 


12,812.9 


3,749.0' 


1973 


S 


135. 1 


162.0 


191.8 


58.4 


11.1 


12.4 


1.0 


474.6 


5,495.2 


483.2 


2,106.5 


237.2 







176.0 


178.0 


197.7 


86.4 


10.4 


13.0 


2.0 


456.3 


5,991.6 


518.7 


2,480.8 


301.2 




N 


204.9 


193.9 


213.3 


95.6 


10.4 


14.7 


5.1 


388.0 


6,108.1 


331.1 


2,617.0 


335.2 




D 


169.9 


170.5 


220.9 


83.7 


9.8 


14.1 


9.8 


480.7 


5,365.7 


186.3 


2,336.7 


271.8 


1974 


J 


204.3 


175.9 


226.4 


97.5 


9.8 


13.7 


5.3 


431.4 


5,033.4 


367.5 


2,245.2 


220.1 




F 


179.0 


175.3 


248.3 


84.6 


8.0 


16.2 


8.0 


529.9 


5,867.4 


448.8 


2,489.0 


X 




M 


208.4 


185.0 


265.5 


93.3 


9.0 


12.5 


11.7 


421.1 


5,968.4 


427.9 


2,656.3 


306.9 




A 


172.8 


191.6 


263.4 


87.3 


7.6 


14.6 


3.5 


317.9 


5,797.2 


508.4 


2,614.4 


256.1 




M 


197.1 


208.2 


240.8 


80.3 


7.8 


12.7 


X 


371.8 


6,263.1 


550.4 


2,808.0 


394.3 




J 


187.8 


187.0 


226.2 


73.4 


6.8 


10.8 


3.2 


400.3 


5,043.7 


605.6 


2,480.4 


474.2 




J 


123.5 


105.1 


262.5 


79.2 


8.1 


13.7 


3.6 


301.6 


3,737.1 


470.9 


1,904.9 


416.9 




A 


186.5 


195.7 


249.5 


89.3 


8.8 


14.0 


3.4 


388.5 


5, 149.2 


532.7 


2,496.2 


459.0 




S 


193.5 


176.8 


287.3 


96.3 


8.3 


17.9 


3.6 


432.7 


4,707.7 


573.7 


2,175.6 


301.3 




O 


170.2 


169.0 


276.9 


91.4 


8.8 


11.8 


5.0 


497.7 


4,927.5 


696.8 


2,360.2 


391.5 




N 


192.0 


195.4 


283.8 


91.7 


9.9 


11.8 


5.1 


548.1 


5,630.1 


638.9 


2,527.5 


213.2 




D 


161.3 


162.4 


290.9 


90.9 


X 


4.2 


11.1 


395.7 


5,165.3 


554.1 


2,478.4 


315.5 


1975 


J 


206.4 


210.8 


306.5 


100.5 


10.1 


10.4 


9.3 


X 


5,038.0 


688.0 


2,302.8 


X 




F 


134.6 


264.0 


295.7 


108.3 


8.7 


10.9 


9.3 


X 


4,094.1 


494.7 


1,915.2 


296.9 




M 


129.3 


180.5 


431.5 


143.6 


14.9 


17.7 


15.5 


302.7 


5,278.3 


473.9 


2,250.5 


335.6 



'Held by tanners. 2 Domestic-pocker and country plus imported. 'Held by pockers, dealers and tanners. 'Includes transfers to cut stock department 

in "domestic deliveries". 'Includes overweight kip, patent leather and upper coif and kip skins. 'Excludes the types sold by the pound. Includes uphol- 

stery, specialty, luggage, etc. but excludes those sold by the pound. "Annual figure excludes February production. Source: Row Hides, Skins and Finished 

Leather (33-001), Statistics Canada. 



72 



July, 


1975 






Table 


11: footwear' prodi 


ction (thousand pairs 


) 




SECTION 6 
TABLES 11 and 12 












all footwear 2 










year 

and 


men's 


women's 


boys' 


girls' 


infants' 








month 




(size 6 


(size 4 


(under 


(under 


and "little 






athletic 






and up) 


and up) 


size 6) 


size 4) 


children's" 


total 


slippers 


footwear 


CANSIM 


2177 


2178 


2179 


2180 


2181 


2182 


2186 


2191 


1973 




12,863 


27,400 


2,889 


3,237 


4,477 


43,946 


8,461 


3,267 


1974 




15,304 


20,887 


4,404 


3,416 


2,343 


47,830 


7,899 


3,126 


1973 


A 


1,008 


1,601 


211 


271 


343 


3,434 


694 


262 




M 


1,150 


1,880 


282 


281 


444 


4,037 


678 


292 




J 


1,111 


1,761 


272 


347 


403 


3,894 


705 


306 




J 


724 


1,134 


169 


226 


240 


2,493 


563 


170 




A 


1,145 


1,902 


297 


312 


432 


4,088 


906 


292 




S 


1, 121 


1,691 


264 


286 


342 


3,704 


820 


295 







1,251 


1,939 


279 


323 


399 


4,191 


938 


376 




N 


1,186 


1,895 


273 


285 


466 


4,105 


899 


347 




D 


937 


1,358 


204 


177 


333 


3,009 


475 


244 


1974 


J 


1,213 


1,815 


316 


253 


366 


3,963 


477 


423 




F 


1,274 


1,975 


364 


453 


423 


4,489 


593 


480 




M 


1,273 


2,076 


379 


256 


420 


4,404 


621 


453 




A 


1,289 


1,950 


359 


303 


396 


4,297 


661 


505 




M 


1,389 


2,023 


411 


424 


378 


4,625 


580 


728 




J 


1,216 


1,792 


419 


328 


360 


4,115 


671 


537 




J 


1,000 


1,290 


336 


270 


X 


3,136 


542 


X 




A 


1,295 


1,751 


437 


330 


X 


4,197 


884 


X 




S 


1,339 


1,653 


344 


233 


X 


3,225 


836 


X 







1,521 


1,788 


396 


216 


X 


4,431 


934 


X 




N 


1,435 


1,595 


394 


226 


X 


4,073 


739 


X 




D 


1,060 


1,179 


249 


124 


X 


2,875 


361 


X 


1975 


J 


1,212 


1,657 


322 


164 


264 


3,619 


397 


509 




F 


1,224 


1,766 


292 


163 


127 


3,722 


409 


455 




M 


1,088 


1,533 


322 


149 


131 


3,393 


482 


431 



'Excludes rubber footwear. See Table 9, p. 72. 'Includes work and utility boots and shoes, casual and dress boots and shoes, slippers and athletic 

footwear. Source: Footwear Statistics (33-002), Statistics Canada. 

Table 12: primary textiles 














cotton 










woven fabri 


:s and products 








year 

and 

month 




cotton 






man-made 




wollen and worsted 


worsted 




cotton 


fibre con- 


yarn ship- 






products 






net 






net ship- 






















imports 


sumption' 


ments 2 


production 


shipments 


shipments 


stocks 3 


productior 


shipments 


stocks 3 


production 


ments 4 


stocks 3 




th 


ousand pou 


ids 










thousand 


square yard: 










CANSIM 


2193 


7391 


7392 


7393 


7394 


7395 


7396 


7397 


7398 


7399 


7400 


7401 


7402 


1973 




172,506 


211,674 


46,648 


205, 923 


189,049 


44,018 


41,708 


300,114 


327,793 


94,803 


34,987 


34,990 


5,945 


1974 




135,677 


1,398,556 


36,061 


184,303 


123,963 


42,645 


47,511 


333,527 


308,595 


92,376 


31,177 


28,984 


6,711 


1973 


A 


23,756 


17,586 


4, 900 


21, 093 


16,961 


3,377 


69,689 


27,271 


25,739 


103,973 


2,889 


2,904 


5,973 




M 


14,666 


20,458 


3,795 


17,312 


15,733 


3,255 


69,537 


26,215 


29,026 


1 01 , 072 


3,453 


3,660 


5,778 




J 


11, 185 


19,221 


3,605 


17,462 


16,027 


2,828 


62, 123 


23, 858 


30,613 


97,386 


3,362 


3,464 


5,831 




J 


10,016 


10,362 


2,741 


10,408 


9,438 


2,352 


61,100 


17,020 


17,950 


96, 089 


1,738 


2,541 


5,342 




A 


5,657 


15,819 


3,421 


15,730 


13,057 


3,019 


58,344 


21,818 


20,812 


97, 024 


2,576 


2,246 


5,3 93 




S 


20,172 


17,242 


3,804 


15,884 


16,301 


3,141 


55,533 


21, 970 


30,101 


90,327 


2,785 


2,714 


5,467 







17,920 


21, 149 


4,622 


18,655 


16,986 


4,762 


51,184 


27,869 


32,236 


72, 934 


3,090 


2,965 


5,688 




N 


11,555 


17,299 


4, 024 


16,508 


14, 979 


4,525 


48, 181 


29,303 


29,224 


85,946 


2,782 


2,763 


5,716 




D 


15,569 


15,796 


3,437 


13, 113 


20,294 


4,321 


41,708 


24,350 


31, 163 


80,295 


3,403 


3,382 


5,945 


1974 


J 


9,982 


21,442 


4,815 


20,028 


14,030 


4,260 


43,470 


30,257 


26,366 


83,865 


2,824 


2,493 


6,144 




F 


15,394 


40,307 


3,937 


16,641 


12,896 


4,180 


43,091 


28, 999 


31,382 


80,532 


2,601 


2,355 


6,402 




M 


15,516 


60,786 


3,497 


17,760 


11,632 


3,971 


43,389 


31,746 


35,704 


77,229 


2,610 


2,228 


6,684 




A 


13,074 


79,311 


4, 009 


19,285 


12,614 


4,199 


43,594 


33,673 


30,490 


80,639 


2,791 


2,648 


6,832 




M 


16,680 


96,365 


2,697 


14,555 


12,335 


2,746 


44,717 


26,582 


24,488 


82,558 


3,068 


3,109 


6,707 




J 


12,258 


113,001 


2,312 


14, 496 


8, 598 


3,632 


42,323 


25,567 


32,017 


79,028 


3,017 


2,917 


6,795 




J 


5,990 


122,957 


1,649 


10,585 


6,984 


2,626 


43,817 


18,899 


17,278 


80,259 


1,770 


2,118 


6,453 




A 


11,939 


139,441 


2,551 


14,044 


8,884 


3,027 


49,027 


24,380 


14,412 


90,175 


2, 358 


2,145 


6,354 




S 


12,205 


156,077 


2,542 


14,743 


10,539 


3,635 


49,384 


28,096 


23,433 


124,526 


2,543 


2,681 


5,688 







7,259 


175,027 


3,412 


18,412 


10,463 


3,765 


53,587 


33,820 


23,978 


107,321 


3,003 


2,509 


7,073 




N 


8,276 


190,863 


2,819 


13,699 


8,001 


3,324 


56,482 


28,225 


24,330 


111,132 


2,694 


2,174 


7,656 




D 


7, 104 


202,979 


1,821 


1 0, 055 


6,987 


3,280 


57,254 


23,283 


24,717 


111,251 


1,898 


1,607 


7,750 


1975 


J 


9,973 


16,757 


3,013 


14,233 


1 0, 592 


2,854 


60,280 


25,728 


23, 506 


112,585 


1,951 


2,080 


7,585 




F 


10,538 


28,741 


2,586 


9,843 


10,782 


3,257 


59, 924 


24,294 


24,190 


112,258 


2,049 


2,071 


7,562 




M 


9,240 




2,150 


9,446 


8,301 


2,878 


57,825 








2,296 


2,286 


7,551 



'Fibre consumption in the Cotton Textile Industry. 2 Not used by the Cotton Industry but sold to knitters etc.; includes twine. 3 End of period. 4 Exciudes 
shipments of imported and purchased fabrics. Sources: Trade of Canada, Imports (65-007), Statistics Canada and Canadian Textile Institute. 



73 



SECTION 6 
TABLES 13 and 14 



July, 1975 



Table 13: production of sawn lumber 1 (million feet, board measure) 



year 




















and 




















month 




Canada 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


CANSIM 


2267 


2270 


2271 


2272 


2273 


2275 


2276 


2277 


1973 




15,089.7 


195.2 


336.6 


2,274.0 


1,167.8 


181.6 


657.0 


10,277.5 


1974 




13,465.5 


176.4 


341.7 


2,206.9 


1,251.8 


138.6 


673.4 


8,750.1 


1973 


M 


1,309 2 


23.0 


23.6 


204.9 


108.1 


15.3 


19.0 


915.5 




J 


1.289 7 


20. 9 


28.5 


189.1 


102.5 


16.1 


23.0 


909.6 




J 


1,074 7 


19. 


27.6 


147.8 


83.7 


11.8 


25.0 


759.8 




A 


7.284 9 


20.3 


30.9 


201.6 


89.2 


16.6 


25.0 


901.2 




S 


7, 752 5 


16 9 


34.2 


197.9 


93.5 


14. 1 


20.0 


776.0 







1, 343 6 


18.8 


34.6 


232.4 


107.7 


15.6 


2 0.0 


914.4 




N 


1, 243 8 


17.5 


29.9 


224.9. 


108.8 


12.0 


40.0 


810.6 




D 


1. 104 5 


11.8 


26.5 


167.1 


88.0 


12.4 


80.0 


718.6 


1974 


J 


J, 289 8 


11.6 


23.6 


187.9 


100.7 


14.2 


140.0 


811.8 




F 


7,356 8 


1 1 4 


24.5 


186.2 


110.7 


16.7 


155.0 


852.3 




M 


7, 430 9 


13 3 


25.9 


207.6 


116.0 


15.9 


140.0 


912.2 




A 


7,287 9 


12. 3 


25.6 


208.5 


111.8 


14.6 


30.0c 


879.1 




M 


7,277 2 


18 5 


29.3 


211.6 


118.6 


10.2 


13.0c 


876.0 




J 


7. 727 3 


19. 1 


27.3 


187.5 


116.2 


13.0 


18.4 


739.8 




J 


935 9 


18.2 


26.0 


149.1 


106.7 


14.8 


16.0 


605.1 




A 


7,076 8 


18.0 


25.2 


195.2 


108.8 


4.8 


15.0 


709.8 




S 


7,052 5 


16.7 


26.8 


193.9 


110.0 


7.7 


14.0 


683.4 







994 4 


15.7 


30.4 


185.3 


100.5 


10.0 


12.0 


640.5 




N 


842 6 


13.5 


26.8 


161.3 


82.7 


9.1 


17.0 


532.2 




D 


805.4 


8.1 


19.4 


133.2 


69.1 


7.6 


60.0 


507.9 


1975 


J 


874. 5 


5.6 


14.4 


129.3 


74.9 


7.1 


43.0 


540.1 




F 


834. 4 


5.9 


16.5 


135.2 


73.5 


9.4 


86.0 


606.0 




M 


1, 008.4 


6.4 


18.0 


146.2 


80.3 


10.8 


60.0 


686.8 



Excludes Newfoundland, P. E. I. , Manitoba, the Yukon and the Northwest Territories which, together account for less than \% of the total. 
Production, Shipments and Stocks on Hand of Sawmills (35-002), (35-003) monthly. Sawmills and Planing Mills (35-204) annual, Statistics Canada. 



Source: 



Table 14: pulpwood, wood pulp and newsprint (thousand tons) 







pulpwood 

production 

(thousand 




wood pulp prodi 










newsprint sh 




newsprint 


and 






































month 




cunits : ) 


total 


mechanical 


chemical 


exports 3 


production 


total 


domestic 


export 4 


of period 


CANSIM 


2289 


2290 


2291 


2292 


2293 


2294 


2295 


2296 


2297 


2298 


1973 




18,435 


20, 118 7 


7,773.4 


12,007.4 


8,343.6 


8,966. 7 


9,039.2 


857.6 


8,162.8 


180.3 


1974 




21,402 


27,095.9 r 


8,224.9 


12,828. Or 


7,056.5 


9, 548. 


9,596.9 


886.0 


8,711.1 


143.4 


1973 


J 


1,764 


7, 792 6 


681.8 


1,107.5 


577. 1 


809.0 


799.3 


74.6 


724.7 


267.3 




J 


1,584 


(.670 3 


644.2 


963.1 


573.9 


762.5 


770.0 


62.1 


708.0 


259.8 




A 


1,579 


1,499 9 


556.4 


941.4 


917.0 


677.7 


645.7 


67.2 


578.5 


285.8 




S 


1,576 


7,338 4 


487.9 


84 8.8 


781.1 


583.8 


655.4 


68.1 


587.2 


214.2 







2,244 


7,654 2 


630.8 


1,021.0 


527. 1 


704.3 


709.8 


82.3 


617.5 


208.6 




N 


1,803 


1, 738 7 


694.4 


1 , 04 1 . 


1,217.9 


784.4 


814.0 


81.8 


732.2 


179.1 




D 


1,500 


7,699 4 


676.5 


1,019.6 


940.6 


763.6 


762.4 


78.3 


684.1 


180.3 


1974 


J 


1,524 


7, 723.8 


705.8 


1,015.0 


624.8 


874.9 


791.4 


73.4 


718.1 


216.1 




F 


1,496 


7, 707.8 


660.4 


1, 037.9 


568.5 


757.8 


740.5 


64.9 


675.6 


233.4 




M 


1,568 


7, 909 2 


718.9 


1,186.7 


560.2 


834.9 


776.1 


75.4 


700.6 


292.3 




A 


984 


7, 746.9 


692.4 


1,051.3 


576.6 


799.5 


848.2 


72.6 


775.6 


243.6 




M 


1,207 


7, 766, 2 r 


689. Or 


1, 072.9 r 


708.7 


794.2 


820.2 


77.9 


742.3 


217.6 




J 


1,903 


7.879 6 


670.9 


1,146.2 


553.4 


800.2 


775.0 


74.1 


700.9 


242.8 




J 


1, 944 


7,670 6 


672.9 


994.7 


597.9 


802.0 


829.8 


75.9 


754.0 


215.0 




A 


2,186 


7,852.4 


724.5 


1,123.7 


567.1 


824.9 


813.0 


70.3 


742.7 


227.0 




S 


2, 176 


7,653. 6 


650.0 


1,000.6 


576.5 


763.0 


763.6 


65.0 


698.6 


226.3 







2,264 


7,827, 4 


714.5 


1 , 1 02 . 2 


643. 1 


875.5 


849.2 


78.6 


770.6 


192.7 




N 


2,105 


1, 724 3 


655.5 


1,064.8 


579.2 


767.5 


759.7 


79.0 


680.8 


200.5 




D 


2,045 


7, 706 I 


670.1 


1,032.0 


500.5 


773. 7 


830.2 


78.8 


751.3 


143.4 


1975 


J 


1,728 


7, 753,8 


683.0 


1,067.1 


535.7 


823.2 


750.7 


69.4 


681.3 


215.9 




F 


1,799 


7,647.0 


645.7 


998.1 


478.3 


760.0 


710.7 


59.6 


651.0 


265.1 




M 


1,585 


J, 787. 8 


677.9 


1,040.3 


484.4 


823.7 


790.6 


78.0 


712.6 


298.3 




A 


963 


7,547.8 


638.9 


905.8 




770.6 


747.8 


86.0 


661.8 


321.1 




M 




7,666.2 


678.4 


985.0 















MOO cu. It. of solid wood; pulpwood produced for domestic use and excluding exports, but including receipts of purchased roundwood. 'Total pulp produc- 
tion covers "screenings" which are already included in exports. "Screenings" are excluded throughout from mechanical and chemical pulp. 'Customs exports. 
4 Mill shipments destined for export. Sources: Pulpwood and Wood Residue Statistics (25-001), Trade of Canada, Exports (65-004), Statistics Canada; Bulletins 
of Canadian Pulp and Paper Association and Newsprint Association of Canada. 



74 



July, 1975 



SECTION 6 
TABLE 15 



Table 15: primary iron and steel (thousand tons) 



year 
and 

month 



primary production 



steel 



net shipments of steel shapes to consuming industries' 



pig iron 



ferro-alloys total 



ingots incl. 
continuous 
cast 



castings 



automotive agricultural 
and aircraft implement 
industries industry 



buildingcon- 
struction 2 containers 



machinery 
and tool s 



wire, wire 
products and 
fasteners 



CANSIM 



2309 



2310 



2311 



2312 



2313 



2314 



2315 



2316 



2317 



2318 



2319 



1973 




10,510.9 


222.9 


1974 




10,386.3 


273.3 


1973 


J 


886.7 


23.1 




J 


862.4 


14.7 




A 


863.8 


15.7 




S 


854.2 


21.2 







928.6 


17.5 




N 


851.4 


20.2 




D 


891.7 


25.3 


1974 


J 


904.1 


20.5 




F 


819.2 


22.1 




M 


841.7 


28.8 




A 


791.9 


22.0 




M 


843.4 


19.1 




J 


855.8 


20.6 




J 


903.6 


20.3 




A 


910.3 


24.3 




S 


851.1 


27.6 







907.0 


24.4 




N 


884.6 


23.6 




D 


873.6 


20.2 


1975 


J 


873.7 


17.1 




F 


784.8 


14.2 




M 


869.3 


14.3 




A 


887.5 


11.3 



74, 755. 5 


14,549.1 


206.2 


1,683.9 


211.4 


75,0/7.5 


14,795.4 


221.9 


1,448.7 


228.3 


7,273.0 


1,253.4 


19.6 


135.0 


13.6 


7, 783.3 


1,172.1 


11.2 


119.3 


15.1 


7, 793. 7 


1,176.7 


16.3 


136.0 


15.8 


7,275.9 


1,200.4 


15.5 


133.7 


19.5 


7,299.8 


1,281.8 


18.0 


149.9 


22.8 


7,277.0 


1,197.6 


19.4 


157.1 


21.7 


7,254.2 


1,237.9 


16.3 


127.6 


16.4 


7,259.9 


1,238.6 


21.3 


161.1 


22.7 


7, 767.5 


1,147.8 


19.6 


112.6 


21.7 


7,258.5 


1,238.2 


20.4 


106.5 


20.4 


7,279.7 


1,199.8 


19.9 


115.3 


21.4 


7,239.6 


1,219.3 


20.1 


121.8 


21.1 


7,274. 7 


1,255.3 


18.8 


113.7 


18.7 


7,275.2 


1,201.4 


13.7 


109.0 


16.1 


7,226.2 


1,215.2 


11.0 


120.5 


13.7 


7,250.2 


1,233.9 


16.3 


122.9 


16.2 


7,370.0 


1,289.2 


20.9 


136.3 


17.9 


7,376.0 


1,295.1 


20.9 


128.8 


20.9 


7,280.6 


1,261.6 


19.0 


100.2 


17,5 


7,295.9 


1,274.6 


21.3 


106.7 


22.9 


7,757.0 


1,135.6 


21.5 


81.8 


24.5 


7,297.0 


1,275.5 


21.5 


76.5 


25.0 


7,298.5 


1,266.4 


32.1 


82.7 


23.7 



1,842.2 


590.7 


340.1 


1,899.2 


623.6 


364.0 


184.4 


46.3 


29.8 


144.1 


48.6 


22.8 


152.0 


49.6 


26.5 


164.4 


41.5 


28.8 


171.3 


43.2 


29.3 


168.5 


49.2 


31.7 


152.1 


37.9 


23.5 


166.0 


61.6 


34.4 


163.5 


53.1 


30.0 


178.2 


57.4 


34.0 


169.6 


42.7 


31.1 


180.3 


51.9 


33.6 


159.9 


57.1 


30.4 


142.6 


59.9 


25.1 


144.5 


55.2 


28.3 


160.4 


73.8 


31.1 


163.0 


34.2 


29.0 


144.5 


40.2 


31.6 


126.7 


36.5 


25.4 


140.0 


52.7 


31.8 


132.2 


42.3 


26.7 


141.0 


75.1 


29.1 


138.0 


32.7 


30.8 



812.2 
867.6 

76.5 

67.7 
63.2 
69.9 
65.7 
79.4 
68.0 

75.2 
66.6 
75.1 
77.1 
69.7 
72.2 
61.2 
56.2 
83.2 
76.5 
75.3 
79.3 

80.4 
66.9 
75.6 
47.5 













shipments 


of steel shapes 


to consuming 


industries' 








year 


natural 




















and 




resources and 


other metal 




railroad 






whole- 








month 




extractive 


stamping and 


roilwoy 


cars and 




pipes 


salers and 












industries 


pressing 3 


operating 


locomotives 


shipbuilding 


and tubes 


warehouses 


miscellaneous 


exports 


net total' 


CANSIM 


2320 


2321 


2322 


2323 


2324 


2325 


2326 


2327 


2328 


2329 


1973 




238.1 


857.1 


279.8 


131.0 


57.6 


1,292.1 


1,557.9 


72.7 


983.7 


70, 950. 7 


1974 




269.9 


956.6 


289.8 


173.3 


66.7 


1,509.6 


1,621.1 


108.0 


1 , 01 1 . 6 


7 7,439.2 


1973 


J 


21.1 


79.0 


26.6 


10.0 


4.6 


110.9 


136.4 


5.1 


89.3 


968.6 




J 


17.2 


61.2 


22.5 


8.2 


3.0 


122.2 


127.1 


3.5 


65.2 


847.6 




A 


22.8 


68.9 


22.9 


9.0 


3.1 


94.8 


119.2 


5.7 


64.9 


854.4 




S 


21.0 


76.6 


25.3 


11.9 


4.9 


94.9 


123.9 


7.3 


60.3 


883.9 




O 


19.4 


76.2 


21.1 


11.5 


6.3 


112.4 


133.7 


6.6 


85.8 


955.3 




N 


27.6 


80.5 


19.9 


15.4 


7.5 


98.8 


138.7 


6.3 


108.9 


7,077.3 




D 


16.4 


63.8 


26.3 


12.6 


5.5 


94.7 


120.2 


6.2 


69.6 


840.9 


1974 


J 


23.5 


91.6 


25.5 


14.0 


4.6 


118.8 


134.3 


7.7 


92.1 


1,033.2 




F 


17.4 


74.4 


24.6 


13.7 


6.6 


101.3 


133.3 


6.2 


71.2 


896.4 




M 


23.6 


85.6 


24.5 


15.4 


5.7 


122.2 


143.4 


9.4 


96.2 


997.6 




A 


25.0 


78.3 


31.8 


16.2 


5.0 


127.3 


146.7 


8.2 


67.0 


962.7 




M 


26.5 


83.8 


23.1 


15.0 


5.8 


122.4 


141.1 


10.2 


90.7 


996.9 




J 


20.1 


75.2 


29.5 


14.6 


7.2 


107.5 


144.6 


10.7 


92.6 


955.0 




J 


20.0 


73.1 


19.3 


13.4 


7.1 


130.2 


143.2 


5.0 


98.2 


923.3 




A 


21.2 


73.6 


23.7 


12.6 


5.7 


120.1 


118.5 


8.1 


74.0 


875.8 




S 


18.8 


82.5 


2 0.5 


12.2 


4.5 


133.6 


123.1 


13.7 


72.2 


968.7 




O 


22.9 


85.8 


21.4 


15.9 


4.2 


156.1 


131.3 


8.6 


95.4 


998.6 




N 


29.1 


79.1 


23.5 


14.4 


5.4 


140.5 


132.6 


8.8 


68.5 


943.3 




D 


21.8 


73.6 


22.4 


15.9 


4.9 


129.6 


129.0 


11.4 


93.5 


887.7 


1975 


J 


28.7 


88.4 


22.6 


14.1 


5.1 


127.8 


152.3 


10.0 


85.9 


969.4 




F 


25.6 


74.8 


32.2 


13.7 


6.2 


142.2 


146.6 


10.5 


68.5 


894.7 




M 


20.7 


79.1 


28.9 


16.7 


6.1 


152.5 


156.4 


7.4 


72.9 


963.0 




A 


26.3 


74.0 


27.7 


14.5 


5.8 


175.1 


147.5 


2.3 


56.9 


885.4 



'Data compiled according to the Steel Distribution Index revised January, 1964. Figures on net shipments relate to rolled steels products only. Shipments 
to consuming industries of castings, forgings and steel pipe are not included. 'Includes building contractors, public and utility construction, structural steel 

fabricators, national defence and public works and utilities. 'Includes appliances and utensils. 'Excluding shipments for re-processing at maker's own plant. 

Source: Primary Iron and Steel (41-001), Statistics Canada. 



75 



SECTION 6 
TABLE 16 



July, 1975 



Table 16: new motor vehicles 















new 


motor vehic 


es 














new motor vehicle sales 




































passeng 


er 2 commercial 2 


and 










_ 1 :_ .1 


jding 








paSScnyci tUIA 






Canadian 












Guiniiierciu i iiici 




















Canadian 




month 




total moto 


r vehicles 


coaches or bu 


ses 








imports 
1 




total 
domestic 




and U.S. overseas and U.S 


, 


overseas 






















1 


ess 








manu- manu- manu- 




Tianu- 






production 


shipments production shipments 


production 
ousand units 


shipments re-exj 


>ort 


s exports 


supply' 

1 


total 2 


factured f 


actured factured 


actured 




( 








th 


( 


mill' 


on dollars 




) 


CANSIM 


2351 


2352 


2353 


2354 


2355 


2356 




2357 




2360 


2376 


2363 


2364 : 


>365 2366 




2367 


1973 




1,574.83 


1,578.51 


347.37 


347 


20 


1, 


227.46 


1,231 


31 


515. 


86 


895.15 


948.17 


5, 370. 7 


3,835.3 


537.9 1,466 


3 


68.7 


1974 




1,527.29 


1,498.86 


361.66 


358 


58 


1, 


165.63 


1, 140 


28 


550. 


55 


829.29 


986.89 


5,976.8 


4,017.0 


561.8 1,831 


5 


68.4 


1973 


J 


93. 16 


95.06 


17.45 


19 


17 




75.71 


75 


89 


47. 


35 


63.61 


59.45 


383.0 


281.7 


55.1 94 


9 


6.4 




A 


57.71 


53.30 


18.56 


17 


65 




39.15 


35 


65 


28. 


81 


23.91 


44.05 


381.9 


259.1 


57.2 116 


6 


6.3 




S 


121.71 


122.43 


28.46 


28 


17 




93.25 


94 


26 


40. 


64 


68.20 


65.69 


367.0 


261.0 


48.0 100 


7 


5.3 







161.05 


159.70 


32.35 


32 


69 




128.70 


127 


01 


63. 


45 


86.72 


105.43 


523.7 


369.6 


52.9 148 


8 


5.3 




N 


145.48 


147.48 


29.72 


30 


10 




115.76 


117 


38 


61. 


50 


95.84 


81.42 


458.2 


317.6 


46.6 136 


8 


3.8 




D 


87.29 


91.43 


20.43 


20 


78 




66.86 


70 


65 


49. 


85 


49.81 


66.90 


339.6 


233.0 


30.4 103 





3.6 


1974 


J 


153.53 


148.36 


35.28 


34 


18 




118.25 


114 


18 


31. 


07 


76.29 


73.03 


405.0 


266.7 


37.9 133 


3 


5.1 




F 


136.30 


136.91 


29.20 


29 


06 




107.10 


107 


85 


53. 


65 


84.70 


76.05 


423.6 


280.0 


36.9 138 


7 


5.0 




M 


145.66 


147.33 


33.63 


34 


35 




112.03 


112 


98 


55. 


55 


76.93 


90.65 


498.8 


332.8 


45.2 160 


1 


5.8 




A 


141.83 


139.05 


32.20 


32 


08 




109.63 


106 


97 


65. 


03 


76.25 


98.46 


581.8 


397.5 


46.6 179 





5.3 




M 


151.23 


132. 13 


34.99 


33 


86 




116.24 


98 


27 


73. 


72 


77.24 


112.72 


707.9 


491.1 


62.1 204 


3 


6.5 




J 


129.00 


129.96 


29.35 


29 


19 




99.65 


100 


77 


66. 


94 


68.03 


98.56 


592.2 


416.4 


56.7 168 


1 


7.8 




J 


93.52 


91.47 


28.88 


26 


39 




64.64 


65 


08 


48. 


00 


46.28 


66.36 


529.9 


358.3 


53.9 164 


5 


7.1 




A 


77.13 


76.89 


17.17 


21 


00 




59.96 


55 


89 


30. 


99 


43.99 


46.96 


495.0 


329.5 


53.5 159 


2 


6.2 




S 


114.15 


114.64 


26.23 


26 


15 




87.92 


88 


49 


54. 


23 


62.27 


79.88 


407.7 


270.4 


51.0 131 


5 


5.8 







146.47 


136.74 


34.42 


32 


74 




112.05 


104 


00 


64. 


55 


73.71 


102.89 


523.6 


366.9 


46.2 151 


2 


5.6 




N 


143.72 


146.25 


35.61 


34 


70 




108.11 


111 


55 


61. 


99 


84.00 


86.10 


408.3 


279.3 


39.9 124 


5 


4.5 




D 


94.75 


99. 13 


24.70 


24 


88 




70.05 


74 


25 


44. 


78 


59.60 


55.23 


349.0 


228.1 


31.9 117 


1 


3.7 


1975 


J 


92.03 


86.40 


27.37 


24 


97 




64.66 


61 


43 


37. 


20 


43.69 


58.17 


371.2 


242.9 


34.0 124 


8 


3.5 




F 


107.04 


106. 18 


29. 89 


28 


90 




77.15 


77 


28 


47. 


73 


5.75 


119.13 


477.8 


336.3 


49.0 137 


3 


4.3 




M 


125.58 


135.87 


29.02 


31 


94 




96.56 


103 


93 


52. 


56 


71.84 


77.28 


544. 1 


365.3 


50.7 173 


4 


5.5 




A 


136.76 


134.41 


34.54 


31 


93 




102.22 


102 


48 










653.4 


443.6 


60.5 203 


3 


6.6 
























new motor vehicle 


sales 




























passenger 












commercial 






year 












manufactured 












Canadian 






and 

month 






total 




total 




Canadian 


and U.S. 




overseas manufactured 




total 


and U.S. 


overseos 


































manu- 


manu- 






unadj. 


S.A. 


unac 


i- 


S.A. 




unac 


i- 


S.A. 






unadj. 


S.A. 


unadj. 


S.A. 


factured 


factured 


CANSIM 


2368 


4970 


2373 


4975 


2369 


4971 


2370 


4972 


2374 


4973 


2371 


2372 


1973 




7,226,698 




970, 


828 






782, 


914 








187,914 




255,870 




235,449 


20 


,421 


1974 




1,249,499 




943, 


127 






798, 


594 








144,533 




306,372 




287,598 


IS 


,774 


1973 


J 


89,301 


96,784 


72, 


366 


78, 


073 


56, 


516 


63 


382 




15,850 


14,691 


16,935 


18,711 


15,154 


1 


,781 




A 


85,560 


101,525 


66, 


943 


80, 


616 


50, 


158 


65 


900 




16,785 


14,716 


18,617 


20,909 


16,832 


1 


,785 




S 


83,079 


101,868 


66, 


004 


80, 


226 


51, 


847 


66 


420 




14,157 


13,806 


17,015 


21,642 


15,432 


1 


,583 







7 76,228 


97,564 


90, 


965 


74, 


788 


75, 


838 


60 


784 




15,127 


14, 004 


25,263 


22,776 


23,708 


1 


,555 




N 


100,476 


101,739 


78, 


259 


78, 


699 


65, 


243 


64 


830 




13,016 


13,869 


22,217 


23,040 


21,032 


1 


,185 




D 


74,679 


96,897 


57, 


906 


75, 


753 


49, 


343 


63 


222 




8,563 


12,531 


16,773 


21,144 


15,641 


1 


,132 


1974 


J 


88, 562 


121,615 


66, 


347 


92, 


932 


55, 


686 


76 


385 




10,661 


16,547 


22,215 


28,683 


20,721 


1 


,494 




F 


90, 002 


108,880 


66, 


682 


82, 


267 


56, 


763 


69 


917 




9,919 


12,350 


23,320 


26,613 


21,904 


1 


,416 




M 


106,304 


99,710 


78, 


987 


74, 


481 


67, 


426 


61 


813 




11,561 


12,668 


27,317 


25,229 


25,672 


1 


,645 




A 


123,980 


100,012 


93, 


851 


75, 


506 


82, 


134 


65 


986 




11,717 


9,520 


30,129 


24,506 


28,599 


1 


,530 




M 


149, 969 


110,333 


115, 


022 


83, 


893 


99, 


496 


71 


524 




15,526 


12,369 


34,947 


26,440 


33,268 


1 


,679 




J 


727,628 


106,215 


98, 


154 


81, 


729 


83, 


379 


68 


729 




14,775 


13,000 


29,474 


24,486 


27,369 


2 


,105 




J 


7 73,396 


116,259 


85. 


712 


87, 


409 


71, 


906 


74 


267 




13,806 


13, 142 


27,684 


28,850 


25,891 


1 


,793 




A 


704, 703 


127, 192 


77, 


587 


96, 


876 


63, 


849 


84 


271 




13,738 


12,595 


27,116 


30,316 


25,423 


1 


,693 




S 


85, 193 


102,876 


63, 


938 


76, 


709 


50, 


766 


64 


336 




13, 172 


12,373 


21,255 


26,167 


19,630 


1 


,625 







708,804 


92,577 


84, 


123 


69, 


424 


72, 


228 


58 


399 




11,895 


11, 025 


24,681 


23,153 


23,147 


1 


,534 




N 


83,066 


84,960 


62, 


694 


63, 


834 


52, 


580 


52 


527 




10,114 


11,307 


20,372 


21,126 


19,121 


1 


,251 




D 


67,892 


88,938 


50, 


030 


65, 


753 


42, 


381 


54 


801 




7,649 


10,952 


17,862 


23,185 


16,853 


1 


,009 


1975 


J 


73,419 


101,343 


53, 


797 


76, 


293 


45, 


719 


63 


534 




8,078 


12,759 


1 9, 622 


25,050 


18,657 




965 




F 


91,020 


110,080 


70, 


180 


86, 


411 


58, 


557 


71 


922 




11,623 


14,489 


20,840 


23,669 


19,747 


1 


,093 




M 


101,429 


91,652 


75, 


334 


68, 


973 


63, 


399 


56 


321 




11,935 


12,652 


26, 095 


22,679 


24,700 


1 


,395 




A 


122,510 


99,953 


91, 


592 


73, 


816 


76, 


973 


62 


222 




14,619 


1 1 , 594 


30,918 


26,137 


29,213 


1 


,705 



'Production plus imports less re-exports, minus exports. Commencing January 1967, the value of new motor vehicles sold in Canada (as reported by 

manufacturers and distributors) was based on "actual cost to purchaser" rather than the suggested list price as in the past. Sources: Motor Vehicle Shipments 

(42-002), New Motor Vehicle Sales (63-007), Trade of Canada, Imports (65-007), Exports (65-004), Statistics Canado. 



76 






July, 


1975 




























SECTION 6 


































TABLES 


17 and 18 










Table 


17: refri 


gerators, 


freezers 


washing 


machines and c 


othes dr 


yers (thousand units) 
























refrigerators 






















mechanical refri g 


orators. 


freezers, domestic type 


& freezers, 


















year c 
month 


nd 


domestic type' 


home and farm 


household type 7 




domestic 


washing machines s 




c 


othes dry 


2rs 


pro- 




factory 


pro- 




factory 






pro- 




factory 






pro- 




factory 






duction 


sales 2 ' 3 


stocks 4 


duction 


sales 2 


stocks" 


imports 


exports 


duction* 


sales 2 - 6 


stocks 4 ' 4 


imports 


exports 


duction 


sales 2 


stocks 4 


CANSIM 


2385 


2386 


2387 


2395 


2396 


2397 


2388 


2389 


2390 


2391 


2392 


2393 


2394 


2398 


2399 


2400 


1973 




602.82 


354.48 


66.62 


308.39 


188.31 


10.02 


71.83 


27.47 


491.06 


527.26 


59.96 


92.28 


25.97 


360.48 


369.88 


59.43 


1974 




660.01 


351.78 


107.38 


328.42 


302.12 


4.73 


83.30 


32.71 


479.91 


465.90 


79.60 


155.67 


31.94 


335.18 


317.09 


72.45 


1973 


A 


36.43 


x 


82.44 


22.23 


X 


12.87 


6.36 


0.26 


28.38 


41.80 


82.80 


4.50 


1.75 


17.81 


27.22 


86.15 




S 


54.43 


x 


80.75 


26.96 


X 


13.65 


7.68 


1.70 


44.57 


55.94 


73.89 


7.05 


2.12 


35.77 


45.87 


76.22 







54.50 


X 


73.98 


31.67 


X 


13.43 


6.10 


3.73 


48.99 


57.80 


65.74 


9.20 


1.47 


41.42 


47.84 


73.51 




N 


52.46 


X 


71 . 14 


33.05 


X 


13.40 


5.00 


3.09 


47.13 


47.19 


68.18 


9.55 


3.68 


35.90 


41.20 


65.60 




D 


51.56 


X 


66.62 


21.28 


X 


10.02 


7.06 


2.86 


40.62 


48.09 


59.96 


7.93 


2.21 


28.78 


36.53 


59.43 


1974 


J 


52.15 


X 


70. 12 


25.45 


X 


9.82 


5.92 


2.56 


40.73 


39.25 


61.42 


6.34 


3.30 


32.18 


31.85 


56.98 




F 


53.26 


X 


81. 11 


23.61 


23.56 


10. 11 


3.66 


1.34 


42.63 


41.91 


64.27 


7.42 


3.70 


32.82 


30.61 


58.24 




M 


56.67 


X 


70.12 


22.32 


22.56 


9.83 


4.66 


3.07 


48.34 


48.50 


63.85 


6.82 


1.92 


37.76 


30.61 


62.08 




A 


55.54 


X 


75.79 


31.12 


25.83 


7.53 


6.50 


3.74 


41.21 


43.59 


64.39 


10.83 


1.12 


26.02 


27.23 


60.68 




M 


58.97 


X 


82.21 


27.82 


28.56 


6.99 


4.22 


4.75 


35.86 


39.88 


60.61 


10.88 


2.92 


21.06 


22.87 


60.28 




J 


56.87 


58.19 


70.13 


29.17 


28.17 


6.72 


7.95 


7.16 


38.99 


41.31 


59.51 


24.85 


3.62 


26.01 


21.71 


63.87 




J 


39.65 


59.97 


59.70 


22.89 


26.68 


3.42 


12.30 


3.06 


25.57 


32.53 


51.96 


3.31 


3.67 


18.12 


19.64 


60.39 




A 


50.53 


40.89 


60.52 


21.61 


20.70 


4.33 


10.06 


0.08 


2 9.92 


33.07 


46.43 


3.40 


2.66 


20.20 


22.97 


57.19 




S 


66.54 


54.29 


72.57 


28.54 


27.94 


6.31 


9.33 


1.75 


50.61 


41.28 


56.00 


29.48 


1.85 


34.60 


31.20 


62.12 







63.33 


51.06 


82.37 


32.89 


32.88 


4.74 


7.50 


1.92 


47.80 


41.11 


61.44 


27.45 


1.39 


35.90 


33.04 


63.97 




N 


52.59 


43.69 


96.04 


34.03 


34.07 


3.95 


0.97 


1.96 


42.76 


33.20 


71.72 


16.79 


2.23 


29.34 


24.70 


71.00 




D 


53.91 


43.69 


107.38 


28.97 


31.17 


4.73 


10.23 


1.32 


35.49 


30.27 


79.60 


8.10 


3.56 


21.17 


20.66 


72.45 


1975 


J 


37.30 


34.10 


119.04 


37.67 


34.97 


7.31 


14.39 


2.12 


30.79 


25.01 


85.93 


5.57 


4.17 


18.80 


16.63 


73.29 




F 


46.99 


35.32 


128.09 


38.24 


39.10 


7.75 


10.13 


1.95 


26.10 


25.30 


87.61 


9.36 


2.90 


14.11 


19.39 


69.26 




M 


33.66 


37.03 


127.80 


35.54 


40.06 


8.57 


7.91 


1.97 


20.33 


24.89 


85.70 


11.37 


0.64 


10.80 


17.51 


64.50c 




A 


32.32 


36.05 


120.51 


45.61 


43.16 


13.56 






25.39 


28.53 


88.49 






14.42 


15.26 


63.37 



'Gas types are included, includes producers' shipments for export. 3 ln some cases these shipments are not at the factory level, and stocks at beginning 
of month plus production less shipments do not equal stocks at end of month. 4 End of period. Electric and other. Excludes apartment type machines. 

7 Excludes other than electric. Sources: Domestic Refrigerators and Freezers (43*001), Domestic Washing Machines and Clothes Dryers (43-002), Trade of 

Canada, Exports (65-004), Imports (65-007), Statistics Canada. 



Table 18: radio and television receiving sets' (thousand units) 





nd 


radio receivers 2 








manufa 


cturers' sa 


es of "made 


■in-Canadc 


" sets 


















television receivers 5 








imports 7 
































month 






combi- 


record 




Atlantic 














colour 
T. V. 


radio 


television 






total 


nations 3 


players 2 ' 


4 total 


prov. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Altc. 


B.C. 


sets 6 


sets 


sets 


CANSIM 


2405 


2409 


2410 


2411 


2412 


2413 


2414 


2415 


2416 


2417 


2418 


2421 


2419 


2420 


1973 




2,652.2 


124.5 


137.6 


811.0 


71.4 


216.6 


302.8 


44.8 


2 9. 9 


59.3 


84.6 


589.1 


4,732.8 


643.3 


1974 




2,524.1 


102.3 


128.1 


672.4 


60.2 


177.9 


251.2 


40.0 


27.0 


53.1 


58.8 


536.8 


4,383.2 


753.0 


1973 


A 


130.3 


10.4 


10.7 


56.8 


4.4 


15.3 


23.4 


2. 9 


1.3 


3.3 


6.2 


43.3 


366.4 


67.4 




S 


206.4 


14.2 


21 .9 


85.8 


8.0 


24.4 


28.2 


5.8 


3.9 


5.5 


9.8 


67.3 


341.9 


46.5 







231.3 


14.9 


21.9 


100.9 


8.8 


26.1 


37.0 


6.2 


4.0 


7.5 


11.2 


76.9 


574.5 


87.3 




N 


229.3 


16.2 


31.9 


87.8 


8.2 


21.4 


32.4 


5.0 


3.9 


7.3 


9.7 


67.8 


483.4 


58.4 




D 


222.2 


13.5 


14.9 


73.7 


6.4 


20.2 


25.7 


4.6 


3.5 


6.2 


7.0 


58.6 


328.1 


45.2 


1974 


J 


226.9 


8.7 


5.9 


54.1 


4.4 


16.0 


20.7 


2.8 


2.6 


3.9 


3.7 


40.2 


302.1 


38.4 




F 


251.9 


8.3 


5.5 


53.1 


5.8 


14. 1 


19.6 


3.0 


1. 9 


3.8 


4.9 


40.9 


258.8 


43.2 




M 


304.1 


8.2 


4.9 


55.3 


5.4 


13.3 


20.1 


3.6 


1.9 


5.0 


4.1 


43.1 


287.4 


47.2 




A 


217.4 


4.4 


4.4 


45.0 


4.2 


11.0 


18.6 


2.6 


1.6 


2.9 


3.2 


35.6 


255.0 


44.9 




M 


239.0 


6.4 


3.3 


42.6 


4.7 


9.3 


17.3 


1.7 


1.2 


3.5 


4.3 


33.3 


299.6 


56.0 




J 


270.9 


8.0 


4.6 


58.6 


4.5 


17.4 


22.6 


3.0 


1.6 


4.8 


4.8 


45.3 


343.3 


51.1 




J 


200.6 


7.6 


9.9 


46.2 


3.7 


13.6 


16.3 


3.0 


1. 9 


3.3 


4.0 


36.8 


410.5 


82.1 




A 


164.9 


14.0 


13.9 


59.3 


5.4 


14.2 


22.0 


4.1 


2.9 


4.8 


5.8 


41.8 


432.8 


81.5 




S 


254.1 


10.5 


21.2 


84.4 


7.9 


22.7 


28.5 


6.0 


3.9 


6.8 


8.5 


71.0 


396.7 


86.1 







193.1 


8.9 


21.0 


64.4 


5.4 


16.6 


23.1 


4. 1 


2.9 


5.3 


6.8 


55.5 


555.5 


93.7 




N 


151.7 


9.9 


20.8 


62.5 


5.4 


16.1 


24.5 


3.3 


2.5 


5.6 


5.0 


53.2 


406.9 


79.0 




D 


49.5 


7.4 


12.7 


46.9 


3.4 


13.6 


17.9 


2.8 


2.1 


3.4 


3.7 


40.1 


434.6 


49.3 


1975 


J 


45.8 


5.0 


3.1 


35.4 


3.1 


10.8 


13.0 


1.6 


1.7 


2.7 


2.6 


29.1 


290.8 


27.5 




F 


74.8 


5.5 


2.8 


36.5 


4.0 


10.3 


13.1 


1.8 


1.6 


2.8 


2.7 


30.5 


425.2 


31.9 




M 


94.2 c 


5.0 


3.4 


40.8 


4.3 


11.9 


14.4 


2.3 


1.5 


3.0 


3.1 


32.7 


329.1 


38.1 




A 


96.1 


4.6 


3.1 


34.7 


3.5 


8.8 


13.6 


2.1 


1.3 


2.5 


2.3 


27.7 







Includes record players. includes producers' shipments for export. 3 Radio phonograph combinations. includes monaural and stereo with and without 
amplifiers. 'Excludes producers' shipments for export, included with "total television receivers". 7 Customs clearance; radio sets include all types; television 
sets include colour and black and white. Sources: Radio and Television Receiving Sets (43-004); Trade of Canada, Imports (65-007), Statistics Canada. 



77 



SECTION 7 
TABLES 1 and 2 



July, 1975 



Table 1: Electric energy (million kilowatt hours) 



year 
and 
month 






net generation 




net exports 3 




available 4 




hydraulic' 


thermal 1 


total' utilities 2 


industries 2 


total 


primary 


secondary 


CANSIM 


2437 


2438 


2439 2440 


2441 


2442 


2443 


2444 


2445 



1973 




192,911 


69,361 


262, 272 


227,189 


35,081 


14,717 


248,013 


243,171 


4,842 


1974 




210,163 


68,789 


279, 189 


240,712 


38,241 


12,955 


266,244 


261,146 


5,153 


1973 


M 


17,424 


5,641 


23, 065 


20, 129 


2,935 


1,371 


21,694 


21,270 


424 




A 


15,882 


5,164 


21,046 


18,289 


2,757 


1,173 


1 9, 872 


19,403 


469 




M 


16,170 


4,856 


21,026 


18,143 


2,883 


1,200 


19,827 


19,472 


355 




J 


15,563 


4,923 


20. 486 


17,623 


2,863 


1,608 


18,878 


18,483 


395 




J 


15,417 


5,271 


20, 688 


17,722 


2,966 


1,667 


19,021 


18,577 


444 




A 


14,926 


5,682 


20, 608 


17,953 


2,655 


1,535 


19,073 


18,721 


352 




S 


14,279 


5,395 


19,614 


17,063 


2,611 


950 


18,724 


18,387 


337 







15,770 


5,929 


21,699 


18,502 


3,197 


1,018 


20,681 


20,332 


349 




N 


16,799 


6,638 


23, 437 


20,153 


3,283 


998 


22,439 


22,052 


387 




D 


17,774 


6,979 


24, 753 


21,466 


3,287 


1, 122 


23,631 


23,143 


488 


1974 


J 


18,360 


7,941 


26,301 


22,941 


3,360 


1,275 


25,026 


24,534 


492 




F 


16,738 


6,995 


23, 733 


20,745 


2,988 


1,132 


22,601 


22,081 


520 




M 


18,640 


6,998 


25, 638 


22,305 


3,334 


1,642 


23,996 


23,462 


534 




A 


17,033 


5,768 


22,801 


19,789 


3,012 


1,353 


21,448 


20,948 


500 




M 


1 8, 1 08 


4,474 


22, 582 


1 9, 664 


2,918 


1,024 


21,559 


21,105 


454 




J 


16,822 


4, 121 


20, 943 


17, 919 


3,024 


970 


19,973 


19,580 


393 




J 


16,609 


4,720 


21,329 


18,267 


3,062 


1, 198 


20,131 


1 9, 802 


329 




A 


16,526 


5,243 


21,770 


18,513 


3,256 


1,345 


20,425 


20,140 


285 




S 


15,993 


5,175 


21, 168 


18,000 


3,168 


942 


20,226 


19,859 


367 







17,638 


5,754 


23, 628 


19,958 


3,434 


829 


22,808 


22,469 


395 




N 


18,262 


5,579 


23, 84 1 


20,505 


3,336 


655 


23,186 


22,773 


413 




D 


19,434 


6,021 


25. 455 


22,106 


3,349 


590 


24,865 


24,393 


471 


1975 


J 


19,646 


6,933 


26, 579 


23,215 


3,364 


620 


25,958 


25,513 


445 




F r 


17,422 


6,432 


23, 854 


20,951 


2,903 


561 


23,293 


22,628 


665 




M 


18,788 


6,155 


24. 943 


2 1 , 763 


3,180 


468 


24,475 


24, 034 


441 



'These totals include all generating agencies producing over twenty million kilowatt hours per year. 2 These columns include all generating utilities and 

generating industries respectively, producing over twenty million kilowatt hours per year. 'Less imports. 4 Total net generation less net exports. Source: Electric 
Energy Statistics (57-001), Statistics Canada. 



Table 2: electric energy available, ' by province 2 (million kilowatt hours) 



years 


























Yukon 


and 


























and 


month 


s 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N. B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


N.W. T. 


CANSIM 


2455 


2456 


2457 


2458 


2459 


2460 


2461 


2462 


2463 


2464 


2465 


2466 


1973 




248,013 


5,769 


343 


4,999 


5,852 


81,964 


83,772 


11,046 


6,830 


13,500 


32,893 


590 


1974 




265, 999 


6,517 


383 


5,558 


6,425 


91,363 


88,611 


11,785 


7,113 


14,272 


33,344 


626 


1973 


A 


19,872 


456 


26 


409 


474 


6,686 


6,722 


866 


533 


1,039 


2,614 


47 




M 


19,827 


454 


27 


406 


472 


6,584 


6,775 


824 


532 


1,059 


2,649 


45 




J 


18, 878 


450 


25 


380 


459 


6,316 


6,316 


794 


513 


982 


2,596 


47 




J 


19,021 


447 


28 


370 


458 


6,261 


6,515 


800 


513 


1,059 


2,529 


43 




A 


19.073 


451 


29 


385 


440 


6,058 


6,639 


805 


538 


1,055 


2,627 


46 




S 


18, 724 


472 


28 


385 


479 


5,925 


6,460 


814 


528 


1,055 


2,532 


46 







20,681 


516 


30 


430 


475 


6,718 


6,969 


916 


575 


1,149 


2,853 


50 




N 


22,439 


517 


31 


458 


535 


7,394 


7,394 


1,143 


648 


1,277 


2,990 


52 




D 


23,631 


537 


32 


462 


554 


8, 174 


7,825 


1,056 


680 


1,321 


2,934 


56 


1974 


J 


25, 026 


596 


34 


510 


592 


8,607 


8,210 


1,233 


714 


1,372 


3,098 


60 




F 


22,601 


555 


31 


458 


535 


7,838 


7,526 


1,068 


605 


1,158 


2,778 


49 




M 


23, 996 


607 


32 


489 


547 


8,359 


7,878 


1, 131 


651 


1,272 


2,974 


55 




A 


21,448 


521 


29 


454 


526 


7,427 


7,076 


943 


565 


1,110 


2,747 


50 




M 


21,559 


582 


29 


453 


519 


7,4 94 


7,127 


928 


565 


1,095 


2,721 


46 




J 


19, 973 


520 


28 


412 


466 


6,691 


6,764 


829 


534 


1,082 


2,602 


45 




J 


20, 131 


470 


31 


415 


483 


6,757 


6,959 


852 


544 


1,111 


2,462 


47 




A 


20,425 


435 


33 


422 


505 


6,899 


7,002 


824 


555 


1,138 


2,563 


49 




S 


20, 226 


466 


32 


441 


498 


6,874 


6,815 


861 


540 


1,134 


2,516 


49 







22, 563 


563 


33 


477 


565 


7,826 


7,480 


961 


575 


1,233 


2,794 


56 




N 


23, 186 


590 


34 


492 


568 


8,036 


7,636 


1,020 


602 


1,234 


2,916 


58 




D 


24, 865 


612 


37 


535 


621 


8,555 


8,138 


1,135 


663 


1,333 


3,173 


62 


1975 


J 


25, 959 


620 


37 


559 


646 


8,946 


8,504 


1,233 


690 


1,383 


3,277 


64 




F r 


23, 293 


574 


35 


519 


581 


7,908 


7,705 


1,100 


614 


1,286 


2,910 


60 




M 


24, 475 


597 


36 


541 


670 


8,328 


8,074 


1,127 


629 


1,304 


3,108 


61 




A 


22, 385 


508 


33 


496 


555 


7,574 


7,537 


958 


563 


1,188 


2,916 


57 



'These totals include all generating agencies producing over twenty million kilowatt hours per year. 2 These columns include all generating utilities and 

generating industries respectively, producing over twenty million kilowatt hours per year. Source: Electric Energy Statistics (57-001), Statistics Canado. 



78 



July 


1975 


























SECTION 7 




























TABLES 3 and 4 














TabU 


3: coal 


and coke (thousand tons 


) 






















coal produ 


ction 






































and 






sub- 




















available 




month 




bitu- 


bitu- 




















for con- 


coke 






minous 


minous 


lignite 


total 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C.' 


imports 


exports 


sumption 


production 


CANSIM 


2479 


2480 


2481 


2482 


2483 


2484 


2485 


2486 


2487 


2488 


2489 


2490 


2491 


1973 




13,599 


4,940 


4,028 


22, 604 


1,176 


394 


4,028 


9,196 


7,773 


17,276 


11,961 


27,919 


5,920 


1974 




13,523 


5,637 


3,842 


23. 000 


1,409 


415 


3,842 


9,187 


8,147 


14,373 


11,877 


25,498 


6,008 


1973 


M 


1,186 


336 


327 


1,849 


108 


44 


327 


683 


687 


2,607 


918 


3,538 


522 




J 


1,224 


312 


258 


1,794 


78 


37 


258 


756 


665 


2,236 


1,402 


2,628 


496 




J 


989 


256 


315 


1,560 


56 


38 


315 


534 


617 


1,565 


1,349 


1,776 


495 




A 


790 


360 


278 


1,428 


74 


41 


278 


629 


406 


1,804 


713 


2,519 


500 




S 


950 


411 


259 


1,620 


80 


34 


259 


678 


569 


1,839 


301 


3,158 


490 







1,239 


446 


401 


2, 124 


no 


23 


401 


863 


689 


1,898 


1,003 


3,019 


507 




N 


1,251 


478 


439 


2, 168 


104 


24 


439 


861 


740 


1,600 


1,301 


2,467 


486 




D 


1,274 


508 


468 


2,250 


96 


26 


468 


927 


733 


1,260 


93 9 


2,571 


509 


1974 


J 


851 


582 


601 


2,034 


112 


30 


601 


899 


391 


159 


1,232 


962 


508 




F 


1,006 


515 


394 


1,915 


125 


22 


394 


843 


532 


117 


778 


1,254 


449 




M 


1,287 


496 


320 


2, 103 


129 


29 


320 


888 


736 


159 


962 


1,301 


507 




A 


1,155 


446 


283 


1,884 


132 


35 


283 


726 


708 


1,775 


580 


3,079 


486 




M 


1,086 


449 


191 


1,726 


111 


39 


191 


656 


729 


1,916 


1,342 


2,300 


525 




J 


1,020 


337 


164 


1.522 


101 


29 


164 


551 


677 


2,201 


859 


2,864 


530 




J 


1,019 


312 


124 


1.454 


57 


38 


124 


501 


734 


2,094 


948 


2,601 


527 




A 


951 


391 


300 


1,642 


82 


35 


300 


561 


664 


858 


851 


1,649 


526 




S 


1,149 


436 


333 


1,918 


95 


28 


333 


733 


728 


248 


775 


1,391 


484 







1,399 


502 


339 


2,239 


151 


35 


339 


904 


811 


1,979 


1,224 


2,994 


511 




N 


1,346 


565 


371 


2,281 


168 


52 


371 


961 


729 


1,717 


1,203 


2,795 


469 




D 


1,254 


606 


422 


2,282 


146 


43 


422 


964 


708 


1,150 


1,123 


2,308 


486 


1975 


J 


1,294 


572 


404 


2,269 


134 


34 


404 


926 


771 


805 


1,047 


1,987 


455 




F 


1,201 


559 


352 


2, 112 


162 


41 


352 


852 


705 


142 


880 


1,439 


429 




M 


1,330 


604 


379 


2,313 


200 


35 


379 


791 


908 


279 


585 


2,007 


483 



'Includes Yukon. Sources: Coal and Coke Statistics (45-002) monthly, The Coal Mining Industry (26-206) annual. Statistics Canada. 

Table 4: supply and disposition of crude oil and natural gas" 



yeor and 
month 



crude oil and equivalent 2 



natural gas 



net deliveries exports 

domestic total to to 

production imports supply refineries U.S.A. 

million barrels of 35 Canadian gals. 



domestic total sales 

net new supply of 

produc- market- resi- com- indus- 

tion 3 able gas total dential mercial trial exports 



nillion mcf 



imports 



CANSIM 



2505 



2506 



2507 



2508 



2509 



2510 



2511 



2512 



2513 



2515 



2514 



2516 



2517 



1973 




716.4 


314.1 


1,031.1 


614.8 


414.0 


3,489.9 


2,558.5 


1,228.6 


271.6 


246.2 


710.7 


1,027.0 


14.82 


1974 




675.2 


299.3 


974.5 


645.6 


330.6 


3,420.1 


2,549.5 


1,313.8 


293.0 


275.3 


745.5 


958.4 


13.72 


1973 


M 


62.7 


24.6 


87.3 


49.1 


38.1 


309.2 


226.5 


119.5 


33.8 


29.0 


56.7 


91.1 


1.17 




A 


58.6 


27.9 


86.5 


47.7 


38.9 


289.5 


212.3 


106.4 


25.4 


23.0 


58.0 


88.0 


0.93 




M 


57.8 


24.5 


82.3 


47.1 


35.2 


272.7 


203.5 


95.4 


18.8 


17.3 


59.3 


85.6 


1.67 




J 


55.9 


23.3 


79.8 


47.7 


32.7 


259.1 


187.2 


80.7 


11.1 


10.3 


59.3 


79.0 


1.60 




J 


60.9 


27.1 


88.0 


53.4 


33.9 


263.8 


183.4 


73.4 


7.4 


8.1 


57.9 


79.4 


1.76 




A 


61.4 


30.9 


92.3 


57.6 


34.5 


274.6 


189.5 


73.6 


6.1 


8.0 


59.5 


84.4 


1.83 




S 


57.4 


28.1 


85.5 


52.1 


34.1 


273.8 


192.6 


77.4 


8.0 


9.7 


59.7 


81.1 


1.02 







61.6 


26.2 


87.8 


53.1 


33.4 


303.4 


215.2 


92.0 


13.8 


14.5 


63.7 


89.9 


1.46 




N 


59.9 


27.8 


87.7 


55.8 


32.8 


313.0 


231.5 


113.5 


25.5 


24.9 


63.1 


84.5 


1.48 




D 


62.2 


22.9 


85.1 


52.0 


29.7 


323.5 


245.7 


134.7 


36.8 


32.7 


65.2 


88.1 


1.46 


1974 


J 


61.8 


23.9 


85.7 


54.8 


31.2 


319.2 


256.8 


153.9 


48.1 


40.7 


65.1 


86.0 


0.34 




F 


54.9 


26.0 


80.9 


53.9 


26.7 


284.6 


228.7 


141.8 


44.4 


37.8 


59.6 


78.5 


0.36 




M 


63.5 


24.2 


87.7 


54.6 


2 9.5 


313.0 


243.2 


137.0 


37.6 


33.5 


65.9 


85.2 


1.06 




A 


57.7 


28.1 


85.8 


54.8 


30.4 


291.1 


211.8 


121.1 


31.7 


27.6 


61.8 


83.3 


0.83 




M 


56.6 


23.5 


80.1 


53.1 


31.4 


278.0 


199.6 


98.0 


19.4 


19.3 


59.3 


79.7 


1.42 




J 


54.8 


22.6 


77.4 


54.0 


23.7 


258.7 


180.5 


80.5 


12.2 


11.5 


56.8 


74.4 


1.76 




J 


56.3 


27.3 


83.6 


58.4 


25.3 


263.6 


182.2 


72.6 


7.6 


8.5 


56.5 


73.2 


1.53 




A 


55.8 


22.2 


78.0 


50.5 


26.1 


274.0 


187.8 


73.3 


6.9 


8.3 


58.1 


76.0 


1.46 




S 


53.1 


24.1 


77.2 


50.8 


26.3 


253.7 


179.1 


81.6 


9.6 


11.1 


60.9 


70.5 


1.00 







54.2 


24.4 


78.6 


51.6 


26.4 


284.8 


210.0 


102.3 


16.7 


18.3 


67.4 


82.6 


1.27 




N 


50.0 


27.0 


77.0 


52.8 


25.5 


290.0 


227.7 


117.2 


24.2 


25.7 


67.3 


83.1 


1.35 




D 


56.5 


26.0 


82.5 


56.3 


28.1 


309.4 


242.1 


134.5 


34.6 


33.0 


66.8 


85.9 


1.34 


1975 


J 


54.1 


22.5 


76.6 


51.2 


24.8 


308.8 


247.2 


149.3 


44.2 


40.1 


64.8 


80.9 


0.03 




F 


45.9 


24.3 


70.2 


47.7 


20.8 


278.8 


228.1 


147.6 


46.4 


40.8 


60.4 


74.6 


0.03 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding. Current figures in this table are preliminary and therefore subject to revision. 'Supply and 

disposition for both Crude Oil and Natural Gas will not agree because of losses, inventory changes, pipeline fuel used etc. 'Includes crude oil, condensate and 

pentanes plus. 3 Gross new production by field less field flared and waste. Sources: Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas Production (26-006), Gas Utilities (55-002), 
Statistics Canada. 



79 



SECTION 7 
TABLE 5 



July, 1975' 



Table 5: statistics of refined petroleum products' (thousand barrels) 





total 

refinery 

receipts 2 








production 


of saleable products 3 








net sales in Canada 4 


year 
and 

month 


total, all 
products 


motor 

gasoline 


heavy 
fuel oil 


diesel 
fuel oil 


light 
fuel oil 6 


aviation 
fuel 7 


asphalt 


liquefied 
petro- 
leum 
gases 8 


other total all 
products products 


motor heavy diesel 
gasoline fuel oil fuel oil 


CANSIM 


2531 


2532 


2533 


2534 


2535 


2536 


2537 


2538 


2539 


2540 2541 


2542 2543 2544 



1973 




612,102 


614,379 


201,230 


130,786 


69,494 


118,202 


22,637 


18,002 


7,936 


46,082 


583,067 


203,406 


100,978 


62,394 


1974 




645,581 


646,323 


212,785 


138,757 


72,497 


118,877 


25,152 


18,104 


8,791 


51,460 


595,005 


209,199 


111,428 


68,048 


1973 


F 


47,590 


47,097 


13,757 


10,484 


4,835 


10,915 


1,314 


568 


640 


4,584 


48,937 


13,507 


8,982 


4,010 




M 


49,115 


50,666 


15,912 


11,200 


5,657 


10,917 


1,612 


714 


634 


4,020 


49,104 


15,321 


9, 180 


4,660 




A 


47,662 


45,196 


15,022 


10,485 


5,227 


8,537 


1,727 


886 


549 


2,763 


42,947 


14,854 


9,051 


4,320 




M 


47,113 


47,267 


15,906 


10,300 


6,096 


6,849 


1,838 


1,583 


571 


4,124 


46,077 


17,536 


8,858 


5,752 




J 


47,676 


49,018 


16,880 


10,469 


6,603 


7,510 


2,139 


2,060 


585 


2,772 


44,222 


18,2 98 


8,766 


5,650 




J 


53,348 


55,798 


18,778 


10,978 


7,055 


9,066 


2,453 


2,836 


856 


3,776 


46,194 


19,259 


9,234 


5,927 




A 


57,596 


56,470 


1 9, 096 


11,397 


5,952 


10,579 


2,305 


2,558 


726 


3,857 


48,284 


2 1 , 1 36 


8,833 


5,755 




S 


52,137 


51,777 


17,844 


10,429 


5,549 


9,250 


1,895 


2,264 


678 


3,868 


42,810 


17,610 


7,543 


5,322 







53, 154 


51,339 


17,630 


9,874 


5,483 


9,851 


1,997 


2,238 


636 


3,630 


52,090 


18,448 


1 0, 1 90 


6,055 




N 


53,091 


52,445 


17,106 


10,867 


5,696 


10,811 


1,873 


1,168 


659 


4,265 


54,036 


17,146 


11,120 


5,688 




D 


51,983 


55,230 


17,635 


12,268 


5,927 


12,076 


1,891 


677 


679 


4,077 


56,677 


15,835 


13,003 


4,930 


1974 


J 


54,798 


56,447 


17,330 


12,400 


5,315 


13,133 


1,733 


618 


719 


5,199 


56,534 


15,653 


10,341 


4,671 




F 


53, 906 


52,316 


16,526 


11,837 


4,912 


11,551 


1,780 


634 


731 


4,345 


52,167 


14,434 


10,210 


4,906 




M 


54,639 


56,254 


17,471 


13,311 


5,963 


10,295 


2,254 


729 


704 


5,527 


51,428 


15,482 


9,483 


5,122 




A 


54,560 


50,273 


16,502 


11,840 


5,282 


8,963 


1,915 


1,038 


641 


4,092 


46,811 


15,967 


8,484 


5,166 




M 


53,125 


51,924 


16,257 


12,214 


6,831 


7,891 


1,565 


1,447 


581 


5,138 


48,760 


18,984 


9,340 


6,057 




J 


54, 040 


56,583 


18, 181 


12,468 


7,576 


8,512 


2,254 


2,116 


729 


4,747 


43,659 


17,322 


9,335 


6,105 




J 


58,368 


56,233 


19,573 


11,260 


7,347 


8,200 


2,716 


2,457 


818 


3,862 


47,571 


20,291 


8,920 


6,413 




A 


50,532 


52,366 


19,370 


9,814 


6,069 


9,348 


2,272 


2,502 


809 


2, 182 


45,376 


20,485 


7,589 


5,903 




S 


50,783 


50,013 


17,133 


8,533 


5,940 


8,826 


2,384 


2,439 


725 


4,033 


42,438 


17,817 


6,878 


5,636 







51,562 


51,941 


17,848 


10,432 


5,612 


10,265 


1,933 


1,981 


747 


3,123 


52,095 


1 8, 944 


9,035 


6,507 




N 


52, 953 


53,579 


17,998 


11,923 


5,361 


1 0, 1 98 


2,174 


1,484 


754 


3,687 


51,405 


1 6, 844 


10,411 


5,874 




D 


56,315 


58,394 


18,596 


12,725 


6,289 


11,695 


2,172 


659 


833 


5,425 


56,761 


16,976 


11,402 


5,688 



1975 J 51,148 53,507 18,084 11,642 4,917 10,915 1,811 



681 



934 



4,523 52,423 15,848 9,306 4,459 









net sales in 


Canada 4 










closing inventories 5 








year 


























liquefie 


d 


and 










liquefied 


















petro- 




month 




light 


aviation 




petroleum 


other 


total all 


motor 


heavy 


diesel 


light 


aviation 




leum 


other 






fuel oil 4 


fuel 7 


asphalt 


gases 8 


products 


' products 


gasoline 


fuel oil 


fuel oil 


fuel oil 6 


fuel 7 


asphalt 


gases' 


products* 


CANSIM 


2545 


2546 


2547 


2548 


2549 


2550 


2551 


2552 


2553 


2554 


2555 


2556 


2557 


2558 


1973 




124,361 


22,221 


19,508 


6,183 


31,014 


106,438 


21,543 


11,970 


14,875 


36,422 


4,122 


1,895 


592 


15,019 


1974 




125,078 


24,329 


18,555 


6,533 


26,229 


111,770 


24,686 


1 5, 043 


14,627 


32,912 


4,237 


2,663 


544 


17,097 


1973 


F 


17,970 


1,547 


297 


397 


2,227 


89,086 


25,365 


10,570 


11,688 


19,383 


3,810 


2,468 


393 


15,409 




M 


14,367 


1,753 


383 


624 


2,816 


86,323 


25,937 


9,740 


11,484 


17,085 


3,665 


2,795 


360 


15,257 




A 


9,716 


1,605 


598 


408 


2,395 


85,898 


25,525 


9,572 


11,558 


16,922 


3,726 


3,187 


470 


14,938 




M 


6,941 


1,958 


1,739 


517 


2,776 


84,437 


23,413 


10,119 


11,639 


17,200 


3,481 


3,138 


485 


14,962 




J 


4,271 


1,871 


2,691 


421 


2,254 


88, 053 


21,749 


11,688 


12,474 


21,013 


3,594 


2,707 


471 


14,357 




J 


2,925 


2,326 


3,128 


595 


2,800 


97,070 


21,682 


12,373 


14,498 


27,564 


3,747 


2,666 


465 


1 4 , 075 




A 


3,939 


2,241 


3,237 


540 


2,603 


105,406 


19,985 


14,628 


15,364 


34,752 


3,656 


2,215 


509 


14,297 




S 


4,845 


1, 908 


2,728 


523 


2,331 


112,014 


20,497 


15,016 


16,374 


39,085 


3,944 


1,993 


513 


14,592 




O 


9,100 


2,019 


2,737 


586 


2,955 


111,214 


1 9, 906 


13,723 


15,747 


40,537 


4,094 


1,741 


437 


15,029 




N 


13,879 


1,809 


1,222 


475 


2,697 


108,856 


19,710 


13,435 


14,999 


38,741 


4,091 


1,754 


470 


15,656 




D 


17,275 


1,796 


490 


448 


2,900 


106,438 


21,543 


11,970 


14,875 


36,422 


4,122 


1,895 


592 


15,019 


1974 


J 


20,617 


1,780 


307 


586 


2,579 


105,904 


23,371 


13,350 


13,641 


33,005 


4,021 


2,192 


688 


15,636 




F 


17,890 


1,610 


328 


575 


2,232 


99,342 


24,891 


1 0, 907 


12,128 


28,234 


3,985 


2,562 


546 


16,089 




M 


16,096 


1,878 


380 


556 


2,546 


98,84 9 


26,322 


12,123 


11,296 


24,020 


4,424 


2, 908 


606 


17,150 




A 


11,624 


1,658 


482 


539 


2,518 


98,518 


26,805 


13,272 


10,766 


21,808 


4,795 


3,485 


446 


17,141 




M 


7,555 


2,146 


1,166 


438 


2,953 


97,771 


24,559 


13,250 


11,158 


22,917 


4,150 


3,760 


434 


18,025 




J 


3,468 


2,222 


2,465 


410 


2,333 


109,438 


25,972 


15,602 


13,409 


27,638 


4,087 


3,569 


570 


18,591 




J 


2,607 


2,493 


3,053 


582 


3,212 


115,897 


25,247 


16,596 


16,107 


31,915 


4,191 


3,000 


594 


18,247 




A 


2,644 


2,480 


2,993 


549 


2,733 


121,805 


24,552 


17,634 


17,271 


38, 175 


4,067 


2,595 


564 


16,947 




S 


3,851 


2,329 


2,753 


548 


2,626 


126,350 


23,618 


17,603 


18,937 


42,093 


4,031 


2,361 


566 


17,141 




O 


9,834 


2,032 


2,648 


472 


2,623 


122,903 


22,520 


16,646 


17,975 


42,960 


4,157 


1,745 


492 


16,408 




N 


11,803 


1,778 


1,516 


608 


2,571 


122,032 


23,374 


16,417 


16,862 


42,504 


4,432 


1,780 


458 


16,205 




D 


17,089 


1,923 


464 


670 


2,549 


122,435 


25, 006 


17,117 


15,973 


39,680 


4,508 


2,000 


563 


17,588 



1975 J 



18,096 



,844 



238 



629 



2,003 118,883 27,491 16,083 14,952 34,645 4,389 2,437 455 



18,431 



'Barrels of 35 Canadian gallons, includes domestic and imported crude oil, condensate and pentones plus received by Canadian refineries. 'Refinery 

production (from crude oil, condensate and pentanes plus, and commingled propane/butane mixes) plus other materials used. includes deliveries of butane com- 

mingled in the crude stream in Saskatchewan and Alberta. 'Includes inventories at end of period being held at gas plants and in storage caverns. 'Includes stove 
oil, kerosene. 7 Includes aviation gasoline and oviation turbo fuel. 'Due to conceptual changes, the stock and sales series are not available on a comparable basis 
prior to June 1965. Includes propane and propane mixes and butane and butane mixes. 'Includes petro-chemical feed stocks, naphtha specialties, coke, lubricating 
oil and grease, still gas and other products. Source: Refined Petroleum Products (45-004), Statistics Canada. 



80 



July- 


1975 
















Tabl 


; 6: metals 












SECTION 7 
TABLE 6 








copper 


















lead 








year 


























and 
month 




total meta 


content 


refined 


copper 






nic 


kel 


total 


metal content 


re 


fined lead 


mol 


ybdenum 






































production 


exports' 


production 


exports^ 




production 


expo 


rts 3 production exports 4 


production exports 


production 


exports 




















million pounds 












CANSIM 


2587 


2588 


2589 


2590 




2591 




2592 2593 


2594 


2595 


2596 


2608 


2610 


1973 




1,796.9 


1,343.4 


1 , 096. 9 


591.9 




531.7 




517 


727 


2 


578.4 


411.8 


250.1 


27.1 


24.8 


1974 




1, 806.0 r 


1,355.7 


1,232.7 


621.7 




578.3 




543 


3 653 


3 


498.6 


278.6 


155.4 


29.4 


31.4 


1973 


M 


160.3 


102.6 


92.9 


52.4 




51.8 




42 


7 59 


9 


54.9 


37.1 


21.4 


2.1 


1.9 




J 


149.6 


85.4 


85.1 


37.2 




48.7 




38 


8 74 





53.6 


35.3 


21.6 


2.2 


1.4 




J 


153.1 


141.6 


90.8 


57.7 




36.0 




49 


6 47 


1 


68.9 


34.3 


32.1 


2.0 


2.8 




A 


125.1 


93.0 


84.0 


43.8 




27.4 




23 


8 52 


3 


57.8 


31.7 


18.5 


2.4 


1.5 




S 


141.5 


84.2 


74.6 


38.5 




46.1 




28 


43 


3 


10.7 


21.6 


7.5 


2.4 


1.8 







167.4 


132.6 


103.3 


48.1 




46.7 




46 


2 64 


1 


37.8 


35.4 


13.8 


2.8 


2.1 




N 


155.1 


113.4 


101.2 


54.5 




44.5 




53 


7 73 





45.4 


37.8 


23.9 


2.6 


2.4 




D 


177.8 


96.4 


98.7 


45.8 




47.3 




41 


4 60 


8 


42.5 


38.7 


22.9 


2.4 


3.3 


1974 


J 


128.5 


134.5 


109. 1 


57.0 




50.2 




43 


9 65 





57.9 


39.8 


28.2 


2.0 


3.1 




F 


146.4 


89.9 


94.5 


47.2 




43.5 




32 


5 63 


6 


31.0 


36.8 


2 0.6 


1.7 


1.9 




M 


146.7 


116.5 


99.4 


52.8 




55.9 




46 


4 48 


2 


40.4 


28.5 


26.2 


3.1 


2.4 




A 


155.8 


85.2 


96.4 


44.2 




49.6 




46 


7 79 


2 


11.1 


37.6 


8.9 


2.3 


1.0 




M 


170.8 


126.5 


111.7 


54.6 




54.5 




31 


1 79 


6 


42.4 


37.5 


22.1 


1.3 


3.2 




J 


149.0 


106. 1 


99.5 


52.2 




45.8 




50 


9 70 


7 


51.8 


34.8 


18.8 


3.3 


1.3 




J 


154.4 


141.4 


109.4 


52.3 




39.4 




52 


4 23. 


3 


51.0 


7.8 


11.8 


2.4 


3.1 




A 


120.0 


128.2 


94.2 


72.1 




47.8 




42 


7 39. 


4 


56.1 


6.9 


6.1 


3.1 


6.4 




S 


148.9 


125.8 


98.7 


52.6 




45.1 




63 


3 49. 


9 


26.3 


6.4 


5.3 


2.2 


2.3 







183.7 


127.4 


107.1 


52.7 




52.5 




48 


4 38 


3 


28.9 


1.1 


0.2 


3.3 


2.8 




N 


142.4 


118.3 


108.9 


46.7 




44.5 




43 


8 45. 


8 


59.1 


8.1 


2.2 


2.5 


2.5 




D 


159.4 r 


55.9 


103.8 


37.3 




49.5 




41 


2 50 


3 


42.6 


33.3 


5.0 


2.2 


1.4 


1975 


J 


112.4 


114.8 


105.3 


49.3 




50.1 




43 


5 78. 


2 


56.8 


39.1 


16.6 


1.9 


1.9 




F 


135.5 


106.5 


97.4 


80.9 




49.5 




41 


9 24. 


5 


66.1 


34.2 


20.4 


1.9 


3.7 




M 


117.1 


112.3 


97.6 


48.2 




45.3 




40 


3 63. 


8 


70.2 


33.8 


10.4 


2.2 


2.7 




A 


143.1 




100.9 






51.0 






27. 


4 




35.2 




2.6 












jinc 






rt l 






iron ore 




gold 














total meta 


, 




ned zinc 




alt 


jminum 
i bauxite 


producers' 
shipments 






c : 






year 
and 
month 




1 content 


reri 




an 






int gold 


SI 


ver 


uranium 
production 




production 




productior 






ore 






rr 


production 






exports 


exports 


im 


30TT5 




in tons 


proaucrio 


exports 




































thousands 




























million pou 


nds 










thousands 






thousand 


troy ounces 




pounds 


CANSIM 


2597 


2598 


2599 


2600 


2601 




2602 


2603 2604 


2605 


2606 


2609 


1973 




2,715.0 


2,488.2 


1,173.8 


925 





7, 


820 


9 


53,128.0 


1 


,925 


34 


48, 156 


49, 024 


8,860.5 


1974 




2,472.9 


2,345.1 


939.8 


639. 


4 


8, 


031 


8 


52,096.6 


1 


,680 


34 


42,079 


38,740 


9,267.2 


1973 


M 


192.1 


247.6 


102.3 


97 


3 




884 





5,928.6 




180 


3 


4,566 


3,290 


715.6 




J 


267.9 


173.0 


96.0 


68 


1 




889 


5 


5,677.6 




169 


4 


3,503 


3,166 


495.4 




J 


227.9 


244.5 


100.1 


73 







534 


2 


5,996.2 




148 


2 


3,662 


4,679 


704.8 




A 


242.0 


158.5 


100.2 


52 


5 


1, 


033 


9 


5,455.9 




149 


1 


4,314 


4,390 


586.8 




S 


234.4 


298.5 


96.9 


65 


3 




811 





5,167.5 




151 


4 


3,475 


5,266 


727.2 







254.8 


111.5 


100.7 


90 


6 




839 


7 


5,759.8 




165 


4 


4,004 


3,693 


923.5 




N 


226.9 


247.4 


100.8 


88 


1 




710 


2 


5,410.9 




150 


4 


4,023 


3,996 


863.1 




D 


191.1 


229.9 


83.2 


66 


6 




811 


6 


4,475.2 




159 


3 


4,215 


5,056 


801.8 


1974 


J 


246.3 


263.9 


102.3 


56 


2 




172 


3 


2,228.1 




144 


3 


3,653 


3,706 


802.3 




F 


181.2 


109.0 


94.8 


60 


7 




130 





1,795.4 




144 


3 


3,869 


2,748 


1,664.5 




M 


200.7 


142.3 


90.6 


77 


9 




487 


6 


1,119.7 




149 


3 


4,105 


3,917 


573.9 




A 


236.0 


129.6 


92.8 


68 


4 




282 


8 


4,052.1 




150 


2 


4,685 


3,425 


561.2 




M 


226.4 


212.8 


78.9 


65 


9 




794 


7 


5,279.2 




145 


2 


3,759 


2,714 


594.0 




J 


175.2 


170.0 


95.3 


49 


8 


1, 


210 


2 


6, 180.1 




140 


4 


3,424 


3,040 


717.4 




J 


217.2 


201.3 


58.2 


52 


8 




814 


6 


5,875.4 




125 


2 


2,509 


4,174 


886.9 




A 


205.7 


176.7 


61.7 


42. 


8 


1, 


102. 


2 


4,847.1 




118 


1 


3,966 


2,078 


526.5 




S 


175.6 


184.6 


55.0 


31 


6 




898 





4,458.8 




127 


4 


3,042 


3,239 


584.9 







214.5 


285.5 


54.5 


39 


2 


1, 


054 


8 


5,912.1 




161 


4 


2,999 


2,393 


895.8 




N 


199.0 


214.6 


74.4 


35. 


7 




496. 


5 


5,884.5 




138 


4 


2,778 


4,354 


586.9 




D 


195.1 


254.8 


81.3 


58. 


4 




588. 


1 


4,464.1 




139 


2 


3,290 


2,952 


870.9 


1975 


J 


183.6 


207.1 


102.2 


38. 


3 




281. 


5 


2,435.8 




130 





3,135 


2,409 


808.8 




F 


207.3 


118.6 


93.1 


36. 


8 




225. 


2 


1,893.1 




133 





3,124 


2,326 


634.0 




M 


136.8 


101.7 


85.7 


34. 


7 




434. 


7 


2,405.2 




128r 


3 


2,862 


3,426 


546.2 




A 


189.7 




84.7 












4,206.2 




139 


4 


2,508 




600.9 



includes copper fine in ore, ingots, bars, billets, rods, strips, sheets and tubing, includes ingots, bars and billets. 'Includes nickel in matte or speiss, 
oxide and fine. includes lead in ore and in pigs. Sources: Silver, Lead and Zinc Production (26-008), Gold Production (26-004), Iron Ore (26-005), Copper and 
Nickel Production (26-003), Trade of Canada, Imports (65-007), Exports (65-004), Statistics Canada. 



81 



SECTION 7 


















July, 1975 


TABLE 7 




























Table 7 


non-meta 


lie minerals (thousand tons) 










ind 




asbestos 


gypsum 




cement 


lime 




salt 




year < 
month 


producers' 




producers' 




producers' 


producers' 


producers' 




potash 
















shipments 


exports 


shipments 


production 


shipments 


shipments 


shipment 1 


imports 


production 


CANSIM 


2627 


2628 


2629 


2630 


2631 


2632 


2626 


2634 


2607 


1973 




1,862.8 


1,879.4 


8,447 


1 1 , 081 


11,260 


1,836.3 


5,563.7 


915.1 


4,889.3 


1974 




1,835.3 


1,762.1 


8,042 


1 1 , 727 


11,632 


2,000.0 


6,312.2 


642.9 


6,115.5 


1973 


M 


167.4 


168.9 


766 


1,037 


1,105 


158.4 


424.6 


71.7 


402.0 




J 


155.6 


181.2 


800 


1, 127 


1,272 


153.6 


265.9 


74.5 


424.0 




J 


149.2 


145.6 


824 


1,176 


1,192 


155.2 


197.4 


123.7 


282.0 




A 


145.8 


129.7 


701 


1, 107 


1,319 


148.4 


211.3 


99.3 


232.2 




S 


157.8 


174.7 


803 


1,103 


1,202 


145.1 


535.3 


47.0 


335.0 







171.1 


177.7 


994 


1,171 


1,311 


173.0 


484.6 


88.3 


482.1 




N 


168.4 


157.1 


875 


910 


913 


163.2 


620.4 


103.2 


433.0 




D 


164.9 


142.7 


549 


778 


523 


166.5 


713.8 


96.8 


455.0 


1974 


J 


124.4 


139.6 


503 


586 


507 


167.2 


808.0 


33.6 


512.9 




F 


159.1 


124.7 


370 


631 


553 


157.9 


690.6 


70.3 


512.5 




M 


169.7 


133.8 


473 


756 


668 


163.9 


482.1 


36.9 


624.5 




A 


147.3 


136.6 


776 


877 


797 


177.0 


514.9 


19.0 


658.3 




M 


152.3 


146.9 


766 


1,020 


1,125 


177.7 


440.4 


97.4 


571.3 




J 


158.1 


160.1 


867 


1,178 


1,203 


158.0 


459.1 


41.8 


506.8 




J 


144.9 


164.8 


892 


1,192 


1,318 


173.9 


428.7 


73.6 


299.0 




A 


172.9 


141.7 


720 


1,260 


1,365 


164.3 


286.1 


47.6 


362.7 




S 


153.3 


155.2 


661 


1,242 


1,256 


157.9 


290.7 


44.5 


410.9 







170.1 


178.7 


781 


1,213 


1,320 


184.2 


605.0 


42.1 


642.5 




N 


142.5 


160.7 


672 


1,017 


976 


155.2 


603.6 


67.0 


502.1 




D 


140.7 


119.3 


561 


755 


544 


162.7 


703.0 


69.1 


512.0 


1975 


J 


114.2 


132.1 


369 


516 


459 


156.4 


756.8 


21.3 


509.1 




F 


108.2 


117.7 


323 


521 


481 


142.1 


588.9 


46.6 


501.0 




M 


96.3 


104.8 


372 


674 


545 


140.0 


551.7 


66.5 


472.1 




A 


75.4 






505 


543 


151.1 


561.6 







'Total salt and salt content of brine. Sources: Production of Canada's Leading Minerals (26-007), Cement (44-001 F), Salt (26-009), Asbestos (26-001), 

Imports by Commodities (65-007), Exports by Commodities (65-004). 



82 



July, 1975 



SECTION 8 
TABLES 1 and 2 



Table 1: building permits, by type (million dollars) 





Canada 
total' 




non-residential 




resi- 
dential 


Canada, 
55 munici- 
palities 
only 2 


Canada 
total' 




non 


•residential 




resi- 
dential 




year 
and 

month 


total 


corn- 
industrial mercial 


institu- 
tional and 
govern- 
ment 


total 


indus- 
trial 


commer- 
cial 


institu- 
tional anc 
govern- 
ment 


Canada, 
55 munici- 
palities 
only 2 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


2671 


2683 


2672 2673 


2674 


2675 


2676 


2677 


4898 


2678 


2679 


2680 


2681 


2682 



1973 8,558.9 3,795.9 853.8 

1974 9,280.2 4,704.3 1,316.2 



1,790.3 971.8 4,763.1 3,091.9 

2,292.7 1,095.8 4,575.6 3,407.5 



M.C.D. 
6 











unadjuste 


d for seasonal variation 










ac 


justed for 


seasonal 


/ariation 




1973 


J 


770.0 


304.3 


65.4 


183.3 


55.6 


465.7 


307.0 


641.8 


275.4 


58.4 


170.5 


46.6 


366.4 


247.9 




J 


774.7 


358.8 


117.4 


175.6 


65.8 


415.9 


244.7 


715.1 


311.1 


78.4 


171.1 


61.5 


404.1 


242.8 




A 


920.0 


407.9 


77.4 


226.4 


104.1 


512.1 


344.0 


760.0 


336.2 


72.7 


165.5 


97.9 


423.8 


258.5 




S 


754.0 


360.5 


95.8 


157.9 


106.8 


393.4 


219.1 


698.9 


324.7 


73. 1 


155.3 


96.3 


374.2 


234.6 







860.2 


383.7 


96.6 


173.2 


113.9 


476.4 


326.0 


725.0 


334.0 


79.4 


172.5 


82.1 


391.0 


286.9 




N 


791.9 


328.4 


81.1 


160.8 


86.4 


463.5 


258.3 


840.4 


353.5 


85.6 


178.7 


89.1 


487.0 


286.8 




D 


647.1 


331.2 


68.8 


201.3 


61.1 


315.8 


247.7 


845.8 


368.4 


85.5 


210.5 


72.4 


477.4 


283.5 


1974 


J 


450.4 


236.6 


37.7 


122.3 


76.6 


213.8 


172.8 


768.4 


335.4 


65.4 


155.2 


114.8 


433.1 


249.7 




F 


539.4 


246.5 


46.2 


145.7 


54.6 


292.9 


238.4 


785.7 


354.6 


77.7 


196.2 


80.7 


431.1 


322.8 




M 


826. 1 


344.3 


70.7 


174.8 


98.9 


481.7 


293.1 


917.1 


373.5 


91.9 


188.9 


92.7 


543.6 


298.4 




A 


892.7 


358.6 


103.6 


188.9 


66.0 


534.1 


280.4 


810.0 


363.9 


97.3 


192.3 


74.3 


446.2 


269.6 




M 


1,187.4 


592.3 


290.9 


220.4 


81.0 


595.1 


400.8 


984.7 


548.6 


276.5 


191.2 


80.9 


436.2 


335.4 




J 


803.1 


371.3 


100.4 


178.9 


92.0 


431.7 


256.1 


700.8 


350.4 


92.8 


174.3 


83.3 


350.4 


231.4 




J 


823.5 


429.6 


181.1 


189. 1 


59.5 


393.9 


338.1 


710.1 


350.0 


119.3 


176.6 


54.1 


360.1 


299.8 




A 


918.2 


498.5 


108.6 


294.2 


97.6 


419.7 


395.3 


764.1 


407.4 


101.0 


213.2 


93.1 


356.7 


313.6 




S 


870.0 


507.8 


145.2 


246.8 


115.8 


362.1 


327.2 


787.6 


449.4 


109.6 


240.9 


98.9 


338.2 


344.0 







847.8 


468.6 


117.4 


195.5 


155.7 


379.2 


280.4 


724.9 


400.0 


98.7 


185.4 


116.0 


324.9 


266.4 




N 


606.6 


331.5 


64.3 


163.8 


103.4 


275.1 


210.9 


651.2 


363.5 


67.6 


189.2 


106.7 


287.7 


225.8 




D 


515.0 


318.7 


49.8 


174.3 


94.7 


196.3 


214.0 


635.5 


340.3 


62.4 


173.6 


104.3 


295.3 


236.6 


1975 


J 


507.2 


343.7 


44.8 


239.6 


59.3 


163.5 


293.7 


827.6 


496.4 


78.3 


326.0 


92.1 


331.1 


417.1 




F 


490.3 r 


266.7 r 


34.6 r 


163. It 


68. 4 r 


223. 6 , 


224.4 


707.9, 


379. 9 , 


58. 9 r 


221.2 r 


99. 8 r 


328. Or 


301.8 




M 


619.8 


265.1 


45.8 


119.3 


100.1 


354.6 


222.0 


667.2 


274.5 


59.7 


127.2 


87.6 


392.7 


234.1 



"In 1 975, approximately 1, 600 municipalities are being surveyed. 2 This is an historical series with data available back to 1 920. Consistent coverage and 
volume have been maintained so historical comparisons are possible. Source: Building Permits (64-001), Statistics Canada. 











Table 2: building permits, by province' (mil 


lion dollars) 








year 
and 

month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. N.B. Que. Ont. Man. 


Sask. Alta. 


B.C. 


Yukon 


N.W.T. 


CANSIM 


2695 


2696 


2697 


2698 2699 2700 2701 2702 


2703 2704 


2705 


2706 


2707 



1973 




8,558.9 


88.2 


14.2 


1974 




9,280. 2 


68.7 


40.5 


1973 


J 


770.0 


4.9 


0.5 




J 


774.7 


5.8 


1.8 




A 


920.0 


3.3 


3.0 




S 


754.0 


6.9 


0.5 




O 


860.2 


4.1 


0.6 




N 


791.9 


3.3 


0.5 




D 


647. 7 


15.5 


2.2 


1974 


J 


450.4 


1.9 


0.1 




F 


539.4 


1.6 


0.1 




M 


826. 1 


3.6 


0.2 




A 


892.7 


5.8 


1.4 




M 


/, 187.4 


16.3 


0.5 




J 


803. ; 


5.9 


5.2 




J 


823.5 


5.8 


4.8 




A 


918.2 


11.5 


6.7 




S 


870.0 


3.2 


2.5 




O 


847.8 


8.7 


9.3 




N 


606.6 


2.7 


7.9 




D 


515.0 


1.7 


1.8 


1975 


J 


507.2 


1.2 


1.3 




F 


490. 3 r 


5.6 r 


17.5 




M 


619.8 


1.2 


1.7 



181 .4 


145.3 


301.9 


167.7 


16.7 


12.9 


13.8 


13.1 


15.2 


14.7 


23.0 


6.9 


15.8 


19.2 


13.7 


4.3 


14.2 


11.0 


25.1 


2.9 


6.3 


7.1 


14.6 


7.3 


24.6 


22.2 


30.6 


16.4 


40.3 


12.4 


27.4 


26.2 


31.4 


14.8 


19.9 


18.0 


41.8 


23.4 


15.4 


6.9 


24.5 


10.1 


13.5 


11.6 


18.1 r 


15.4 


21.3 


4.4 



698.9 


4,021.0 


223.8 


184.0 


762.9 


226.5 


020.6 


3,826.7 


273.4 


238.2 


,069.9 


1,259.9 


133.5 


383.2 


19.5 


19.7 


67.5 


110.2 


165.2 


338.0 


22.7 


19.7 


79.6 


111.2 


189.5 


458.2 


30.4 


14.7 


54.2 


136.6 


185.4 


297.6 


20.4 


14.7 


86.0 


110.1 


179.2 


396.6 


19.5 


17.9 


68.7 


138.0 


201.1 


382.5 


13.1 


17.7 


61.0 


94.3 


103.6 


339.7 


9.4 


11.2 


49.1 


91.0 


89.7 


185.7 


8.4 


7.8 


45.7 


83.0 


122.4 


231.3 


18.1 


7.9 


65.3 


79.3 


151.3 


382.0 


28.4 


14.4 


87.8 


133.4 


189.8 


374.6 


31.7 


22.6 


88.6 


131.0 


302.1 


492.6 


33.0 


24.0 


130.4 


139.4 


192.6 


327.8 


27.0 


28.4 


71.3 


90.5 


111.6 


325.3 


22.2 


21.9 


161.0 


116.9 


246.6 


344.4 


24.1 


27.8 


78.2 


130.3 


186.8 


382.4 


23.3 


30.7 


101.1 


101.8 


202.4 


313.8 


28.4 


26.3 


100.9 


90.8 


132.9 


236.9 


14.5 


14.7 


71.0 


103.7 


92.4 


229.9 


14.3 


11.7 


68.6 


59.8 


45.5 


280.9 


12.6 


7.3 


68.7 


64.6 


59. 8r 


253.6, 


7.2 


11. 8r 


42.9 


58.1 


151.4 


259.0 


17.3 


16.7 


72.3 


74.5 



0.1 



12.5 
12.8 

1 .4 
3.9 
0.1 
2.5 
0.5 
0.4 
0.1 

0.1 

3.0 



0.2 

0.2 
0.2 
0.3 



'In 197 5, cpproximately 1, 600 municipalities are being surveyed. 



Source: Building Permits (64*001), Statistics Canada. 



83 



SECTION 8 July, 1975 

TABLES 3-5 











Table 3: dwelling units 1 started, all areas 










year and 
quarter 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. N. B. Que. Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


CANSIM 


2717 


2718 


2719 


2720 2721 2722 2723 


2724 


2725 


2726 


2727 



1973 




268, 529 


4,831 


2, 122 


7,734 


7,235 


59,550 


110,536 


11,531 


6,386 


20,977 


37,627 


1974 




222, 123 


4,911 


1,334 


6,008 


5,861 


51 , 642 


85,503 


8,752 


7,684 


19,008 


31,420 


1972 


4 


66, 305 


74 3 


159 


1,292 


1,636 


18,632 


25,646 


2,750 


1,198 


4,686 


9,563 


1973 


1 


38, 798 


372 


197 


1,369 


523 


9,220 


16,159 


1,189 


952 


3,699 


5, 118 




2 


78, 533 


1,549 


682 


2,592 


2,211 


15,470 


32,286 


3,990 


1,635 


5,950 


12,168 




3 


79,357 


1,927 


811 


2,033 


2,794 


15,085 


34,423 


3,682 


2,164 


5,712 


10,726 




4 


71,841 


983 


432 


1,740 


1,707 


19, 775 


27,668 


2,670 


1,635 


5,616 


9,615 


1974 


1 


43, 267 


422 


90 


920 


305 


10,358 


17,054 


1,890 


1,040 


4,112 


7,076 




2 


71,899 


1,622 


547 


1,639 


1,686 


15,901 


29,091 


2,947 


1,588 


6,413 


10,465 




3 


60,857 


1,941 


450 


1,726 


2,726 


14,227 


22,433 


2,544 


2,774 


4,265 


7,771 




4 


46, 100 


926 


247 


1,723 


1, 144 


1 1 , 1 56 


16,925 


1,371 


2,282 


4,218 


6,108 



1975 1 23,950 427 88 575 284 5,962 7,784 626 626 2,830 4,748 











Table 4: dwelling units 1 completed, all 


areas 










year and 
quarter 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. N. B. Que. Ont,. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 




CANSIM 


2739 


2740 


2741 


2742 2743 2744 2745 


2746 


2747 


2748 


2749 





1973 


246,581 


4,478 


1,789 


5,534 


7,036 


55,260 


98,262 


10,727 


5,421 


23,470 


34,604 


1974 


257,243 


4,446 


1,664 


6,604 


6,812 


58,596 


104,360 


12,164 


6,487 


21,570 


34,540 


1972 4 


67,460 


1,184 


187 


1,152 


1,536 


16,850 


26,341 


3,244 


1,398 


6,127 


9,441 


1973 1 


49. 939 


927 


360 


1,055 


1, 141 


9,650 


1 8, 837 


2,396 


1,137 


6,455 


7,981 


2 


58, 704 


931 


417 


1,476 


1,399 


16,259 


21,792 


2,470 


1,399 


4,819 


7,742 


3 


66,362 


1,229 


423 


1,344 


2, 331 


14,632 


26,951 


2,867 


1,172 


6,393 


9,020 


4 


7/, 576 


1,391 


589 


1,659 


2, 165 


14,719 


30,682 


2,994 


1,713 


5,803 


9,861 


1974 1 


57.712 


1,034 


378 


1,825 


1,434 


11,012 


24, 166 


2,019 


1,632 


4,502 


9,710 


2 


63,691 


1,084 


400 


1,164 


1/275 


17,497 


24,736 


2,537 


913 


5,545 


8,540 


3 


64, 789 


1,265 


507 


1,634 


2,105 


14, 194 


25,993 


3,610 


1,616 


5,810 


8,055 


4 


77, 057 


1,063 


379 


1,981 


1,998 


15,893 


29,465 


3,998 


2,326 


5,713 


8,235 



1975 1 46,723 897 288 1,339 1,031 9,471 18,019 2,684 1,640 3,674 7,080 











Table 5: dwelling units' under construction. 


all areas 








end of 
period 
or quarter 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. N. B. Que. Ont. 


Mon. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


CANSIM 


2761 


2762 


2763 


2764 2765 2766 2767 


2768 


2769 


2770 


2771 



1973 




207.236 


3,737 


1,192 


7, 117 


4,534 


39,280 


98,566 


9,088 


3,876 


12,734 


27,112 


1974 




168.406 


4,173 


860 


6,349 


3,550 


31,487 


78,517 


5,668 


5,001 


9,940 


22,861 


1972 


4 


788,630 


3,435 


865 


4,949 


4,483 


35,710 


87,358 


8,637 


2,981 


15,331 


24,881 


1973 


1 


776,971 


2,868 


702 


5,255 


3,846 


35,165 


84,519 


7,440 


2,795 


12,532 


21,849 




2 


196,456 


3,480 


965 


6,351 


4,666 


34,299 


94,881 


8,956 


3,008 


13,664 


26,186 




3 


208. 088 


4, 174 


1,353 


7,034 


5, 123 


34,510 


101,822 


9,425 


3,996 


12,978 


27,673 




4 


207.236 


3,737 


1, 192 


7,117 


4,534 


39,280 


98,566 


9,088 


3,876 


12,734 


27,112 


1974 


1 


191, 798 


3,124 


904 


6, 164 


3,402 


38,248 


91,001 


8,955 


3,270 


12,318 


23,812 




2 


798,807 


3,664 


1,051 


6,630 


3,790 


36,430 


95,268 


9,362 


3,929 


13,158 


25,525 




3 


194,047 


4,332 


993 


6,718 


4,414 


36,205 


91,465 


8,295 


5,073 


11,467 


25,085 




4 


168,406 


4,173 


860 


6,349 


3,550 


31,487 


78,517 


5,668 


5,001 


9,940 


22,861 



1975 1 745,497 3,703 660 5,570 2,798 27,896 68,041 3,608 3,955 9,075 20,191 

'A dwelling unit is defined as a structurally separate set of living quarters having its own entrance from outside of the building, or from o common passage 
inside. These data arc the result of a nation-wide survey, for which the field work is carried out by the Central Mortgaqe and Housing Corporation. All metropolitan 
areas and urban centres with o population of 10,000 or more, along with certain other areas of high building activity, are enumerated completely each month. The 

remainder of the country is covered on a sample basis guarterly. Source: Housing Storts and Completions (64-002), Statistics Conada. 



84 



July, 1975 


























SECTION 8 


























TABLES 6 and 7 










Table 


6: dwelling 


units 1 started, centres 10,000 


and over 




































Canada 






















metropo 


itan areas 




seasonally 
adjusted at 


year 










and 




Atlantic 








Saskatch- 




British 










annual rates 


month 


Canada 


provinces 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


ewan 


Alberta 


Columbia 


Montreal 


Toronto 


Winnipeg 


Voncouve 


(thousands) 


CANSIM 


2783 


2784 


2785 


2786 


2787 


2788 


2789 


2790 


2791 


2792 


2793 


2794 


4900 


1973 


211,543 


11 ,963 


49, 169 


92,211 


8,438 


4,035 


17,037 


28,690 


30,700 


37,697 


7,698 


17,334 




1974 


169,437 


9,970 


39,374 


71,519 


6,128 


4,630 


14,201 


23,615 


24,758 


29,580 


5,628 


14,452 




1973 J 


20, 946 


1,350 


4,250 


9,337 


1,333 


259 


1,849 


2,568 


2,633 


3,872 


1,276 


1,497 


218.1 


J 


22,417 


898 


3,606 


11,666 


1,366 


487 


1,502 


2,892 


2,096 


4,886 


1,357 


1,649 


231.1 


A 


19,622 


1,757 


3,993 


8,333 


398 


343 


1,598 


3,200 


2,303 


2,980 


295 


1,647 


212.2 


S 


19, 879 


1,405 


4,188 


9,112 


1,096 


369 


1,418 


2,291 


2,973 


3,391 


1,072 


1,191 


205.3 





22,069 


983 


7,696 


8,851 


759 


380 


1,586 


1,814 


5,298 


3,446 


719 


1,192 


204.3 


N 


18, 079 


939 


4,892 


7,727 


572 


382 


1,488 


2,079 


3,130 


3,329 


542 


894 


190.5 


D 


17,255 


663 


4,413 


6,483 


340 


242 


1,206 


3,908 


2,925 


2,883 


288 


3,304 


197.1 


1974 J 


13,506 


679 


3, 122 


6,212 


701 


323 


1,174 


1,295 


1,723 


2,959 


688 


637 


238.3 


F 


9,029 


305 


2, 022 


3,495 


347 


231 


1,044 


1,585 


1,433 


1,854 


339 


1,110 


208.4 


M 


13,291 


242 


2,868 


5,844 


552 


224 


1,213 


2,348 


2,131 


2,698 


509 


1,375 


220.1 


A 


15,782 


577 


2,990 


7,226 


534 


164 


1,648 


2,643 


1,856 


3,493 


499 


1,680 


190.7 


M 


19,880 


1,018 


5,772 


7,462 


637 


313 


1,365 


3,313 


3,916 


3,295 


502 


2,231 


212.1 


J 


19,528 


1,092 


3,111 


9,568 


1,021 


479 


1,904 


2,353 


1,574 


4,544 


984 


1,565 


201.7 


J 


16,095 


1,483 


3,638 


6,473 


590 


573 


1,165 


2,173 


2,243 


2,376 


570 


1,279 


167.9 


A 


14,857 


1,311 


3,659 


6,731 


632 


404 


674 


1,446 


2,191 


3,392 


604 


919 


157.9 


S 


13,628 


720 


3,704 


5,245 


299 


514 


1,046 


2,100 


2, 155 


1,483 


262 


972 


141.3 





12,994 


979 


2, 992 


5,235 


256 


589 


850 


2,093 


1,781 


1,561 


195 


1,367 


122.5 


N 


11,489 


939 


3,211 


4,188 


391 


511 


1,314 


935 


2,103 


1,134 


344 


435 


116.9 


D 


9,358 


625 


2,285 


3,840 


168 


305 


804 


1,331 


1,652 


791 


132 


882 


121.2 


1975 J 


7, 133 


358 


1,652 


2,653 


249 


182 


687 


1,352 


1,253 


946 


248 


499 


139.6 


F 


4,973 


132 


1,369 


1,656 


118 


97 


671 


930 


794 


423 


48 


586 


115.4 


M 


6,261 


367 


1,453 


2,260 


78 


122 


813 


1,168 


717 


1,362 


70 


680 


99.4 


A 


11,929 


702 


2,703 


4,900 


303 


281 


1,085 


1,955 


1,644 


2,467 


255 


1,068 


146.1 


M 


17,187 


915 


4,733 


7,354 


661 


525 


1,304 


1,695 


3,096 


2,835 


591 


827 


175.7 



Table 7: dwelling units 1 completed, centres 10, 000 and over 































Canada 






























seasonally 


year 






















metropo 


itan areas 




ad[usted at 


and 






Atlantic 








Saskatch- 




British 










annual rates 










month 




Canada 


provinces 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


ewan 


Alberta 


Columbia 


Montreal 


Toronto 


Winnipeg 


Vancouve 


(thousands) 


CANSIM 


2807 


2808 


2809 


2810 


2811 


2812 


2813 


2814 


2815 


2816 


2817 


2818 


4901 


1973 




197,513 


9,761 


46,278 


83,438 


8,275 


3,717 


19,700 


26,344 


27,832 


35,619 


7,821 


15,580 




1974 




202,989 


10,210 


46,743 


88,958 


9,374 


3,926 


17,237 


26,541 


27,726 


39,448 


8,680 


15,814 




1973 


J 


15,746 


764 


3,695 


6,567 


1,391 


248 


1,106 


1,975 


2,145 


2,590 


1,362 


1,209 


212.1 




J 


16,593 


681 


3,268 


8,302 


347 


236 


1,834 


1,925 


1,548 


4,224 


336 


906 


213.6 




A 


17,607 


989 


3, 922 


7,741 


1,029 


268 


1,543 


2,115 


2,044 


3,198 


977 


1,197 


193.9 




S 


17,874 


1,059 


4,478 


6,766 


529 


293 


2,179 


2,570 


2,902 


2,902 


512 


1,184 


190.0 




O 


20, 901 


1,022 


3,366 


9,930 


811 


245 


2,463 


3,064 


1,622 


4,902 


701 


1,543 


211.1 




N 


1 9, 653 


795 


4,534 


9,253 


833 


347 


1,425 


2,466 


3,232 


3,359 


816 


1,614 


196.7 




D 


15,483 


1,271 


3,947 


6,179 


448 


526 


900 


2,212 


2,265 


2,360 


414 


1,290 


190.1 


1974 


J 


16,973 


1,003 


2,504 


8,542 


428 


459 


1,444 


2,593 


1,320 


3,386 


318 


1,429 


218.0 




F 


13, 136 


656 


3,745 


5,064 


485 


207 


1,007 


1,972 


1,857 


1,473 


443 


1,298 


2 01.3 




M 


14,491 


1,108 


2,451 


6,429 


565 


220 


1,027 


2,691 


1,414 


2,806 


468 


1,795 


225.7 




A 


16,511 


511 


4, 106 


7, 081 


511 


227 


1,293 


2,782 


2,875 


3,486 


482 


1,575 


203.9 




M 


20,749 


689 


7,449 


7,399 


967 


176 


1,821 


2,248 


5,467 


4,001 


942 


1,572 


220.1 




J 


15,100 


719 


3,616 


6,710 


554 


216 


1,501 


1,784 


2,025 


2,017 


506 


855 


203.9 




J 


16,552 


788 


3,436 


8,381 


260 


210 


1,613 


1,864 


1,795 


4,900 


248 


1,361 


213.1 




A 


14,315 


1,081 


2,857 


6,076 


577 


333 


1,578 


1,813 


1,375 


2,448 


507 


1,065 


157.1 




S 


19,632 


895 


3,876 


8,174 


2,083 


503 


1,555 


2,546 


2,331 


4,200 


2,016 


1,502 


210.4 




O 


22,259 


1,094 


5,196 


10,354 


1,466 


43 


1,428 


2,291 


2,798 


4,351 


1,440 


1,263 


224.6 




N 


18,450 


977 


3,758 


8,804 


611 


529 


1,662 


2,109 


2,074 


3,731 


556 


903 


184.8 




D 


14,821 


689 


3,749 


5,944 


867 


416 


1,308 


1,848 


2,395 


2,649 


754 


1,196 


182.0 


1975 


J 


13,276 


724 


2,900 


5,932 


636 


410 


892 


1,782 


1,908 


2,402 


560 


1,148 


163.8 




F 


1 1 , 786 


661 


2,248 


4,907 


1,027 


350 


920 


1,673 


1,404 


1,687 


697 


948 


183.3 




M 


9,954 


537 


2,033 


4,023 


267 


214 


810 


2,070 


1,211 


1,756 


250 


1,390 


151.1 




A 


12,369 


832 


2,153 


6,023 


283 


288 


1,041 


1,749 


1,576 


2,400 


260 


905 


158.8 




M 


13,072 


798 


2,590 


6,252 


394 


224 


970 


1,844 


1,497 


2,478 


380 


1,418 


135.4 



Note: Data ore based on 1971 Census area definitions. 
See footnote and source on page 84. 



85 



SECTION 8 
TABLES 8 and 9 



July, 1975 



Table 8: dwelling units' under construction, centres 10, 000 and over 































Canada 
seasonally 


end 






Atlantic 








Saskatch- 




British 




metropo 


itan areas 




odjusted at 


























penoc 




Canada 


provinces 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


ewan 


Alberta 


Columbia 


Montreal 


Toronto 


Winnipeg 


Vancouver 


(thousands) 


CANSIM 


4903 


4904 


4 905 


4 908 


4911 


4914 


4 915 


4916 


4906 


4 909 


4912 


4917 


4902 


1973 


D 


174,852 


9,905 


33,905 


89,361 


7,442 


2,271 


10, 154 


21,814 


21,697 


45,556 


6,628 


14,624 




1974 


D 


138,360 


9,495 


25,888 


70,984 


4,192 


2,924 


6,935 


17,942 


18,395 


35,733 


3,570 


12,371 




1973 


J 


165,342 


9,017 


29, 114 


86,058 


7, 134 


1,992 


11,775 


20,252 


16,818 


44, 896 


6,312 


12,791 


167.5 




J 


171,212 


9,272 


2 9,438 


89,411 


8,128 


2,243 


11,440 


21,280 


17,376 


45,558 


7,333 


13,529 


168.7 




A 


172,722 


10,032 


29,463 


89,561 


7,495 


2,318 


11,494 


22,359 


17,596 


45,150 


6,649 


13,976 


170.3 




S 


174, 179 


10,384 


29,035 


91,859 


7,742 


2,390 


10,714 


22, 055 


17,630 


46,516 


6,889 


13,974 


170.1 







174, 929 


10,343 


33,340 


90,596 


7,689 


2,523 


9,798 


20, 640 


21,289 


45,057 


6, 906 


13,460 


169.0 




N 


173,293 


10,492 


33,558 


89, 052 


7,550 


2,558 


9,858 


20,225 


21,057 


45,025 


6,754 


12,716 


167.2 




D 


174,852 


9, 905 


33,905 


89,361 


7,442 


2,271 


10,154 


21,814 


21,697 


45,556 


6,628 


14,624 


169.1 


1974 


J 


171, 085 


9,570 


34,316 


87,011 


7,715 


2, 133 


9,869 


20,471 


22,093 


45,182 


6,998 


13,790 


169.7 




F 


166,719 


9,219 


32,583 


85,244 


7,577 


2, 157 


9,904 


20,035 


21,658 


45,562 


6,894 


13,558 


172.1 




M 


164,786 


8,314 


32,866 


84,616 


7,563 


2,161 


1 0, 085 


19,181 


22,278 


45,448 


6,935 


12,635 


173.4 




A 


163,805 


8,382 


31,673 


84, 690 


7,586 


2, 100 


10,435 


18,939 


21,199 


45,455 


6,952 


12,648 


169.6 




M 


162,832 


8,688 


29,965 


84,754 


7,256 


2,220 


9,975 


1 9, 974 


19,628 


44,747 


6,512 


13,296 


169.8 




J 


167, 180 


9,064 


29,442 


87,602 


7,719 


2,481 


10,378 


20,494 


19, 158 


44,279 


6,986 


1 3, 972 


169.3 




J 


166,587 


9,761 


29,589 


85,739 


8,047 


2, 840 


9,798 


20,813 


19,603 


44,755 


7,306 


13,873 


164.0 




A 


166, 948 


10,005 


30,281 


86,396 


8,102 


2,911 


8,892 


20,361 


20,386 


45,700 


7,403 


13,646 


164.6 




S 


160,603 


9,827 


30, 074 


83, 199 


6,319 


2, 913 


8,380 


19,891 


20, 186 


42,980 


5,64 9 


13,092 


156.8 







151, 1 16 


9,609 


27,810 


78,047 


5,109 


3,066 


7,796 


19,679 


19, 116 


40,189 


4,404 


13,184 


146.0 




N 


144,338 


9,559 


27,507 


73,419 


4,889 


3,042 


7,448 


18,474 


19,137 


37,591 


4,192 


12,699 


139.3 




D 


138,360 


9,495 


25,888 


70,984 


4,192 


2,924 


6,935 


17,942 


18,395 


35,733 


3,570 


12,371 


133.8 


1975 


J 


131,954 


9,125 


24,544 


67,692 


3,805 


2,694 


6,726 


17,368 


17,676 


34,273 


3,258 


10,227 


132.0 




F 


124,729 


8,592 


23,607 


64,255 


2,893 


2,419 


6,477 


16,486 


17,007 


32,953 


2,606 


1 1 , 059 


129.4 




M 


120,855 


8,422 


23,031 


62,363 


2,705 


2,325 


6,479 


15,530 


16,505 


32,559 


2,427 


10,341 


126.8 




A 


120,305 


8,300 


23,521 


61,240 


2,725 


2,311 


6,520 


15,688 


16,528 


32,659 


2,422 


10,458 


124.8 




M 


124, 165 


8,416 


25,637 


62,390 


2,992 


2,610 


6,588 


15,532 


18,094 


33,016 


2,633 


9,864 


128.5 



See footnote and source on page 82. 



Table 9: mortgage loans approvals' 



new housing 



year 

and 
month 



under National Housing Act 7 

other 
approved 
C.M.H.C. lenders 3 total 



conventional lenders 

trust, 
lite loan and 

insurance other corn- 
companies ponies' total 



million dollars 



total 
N.H.A. 
and 

conven- 
tional 



dwelling units 



National Housing Act 

other 
C.M.H.C. N.H.A. total 



conven- 
tional 



total 



jmbe 



conventional 
lenders 

existing 
resi- 
dential other* 

million dollars 



CANSIM 2643 



1972 




504 


1973 




387 


1973 


A 


12 




S 


29 




O 


49 




N 


54 







94 



2644 



2645 



2646 



2647 



2648 



2649 



2650 



2651 



2652 



2653 



2654 



2655 



2656 



1,810 


2,314 


220 


1,500 


1,887 


370 


124 


136 


38 


106 


135 


32 


125 


174 


19 


94 


148 


16 


53 


147 


10 



974 


1,194 


844 


2,214 


160 


198 


135 


167 


155 


174 


129 


145 


93 


103 



3,508 


35,118 


103,479 


138,597 


68,306 


207,168 1 


,556 1 


,104 


4,101 


24, 008 


76,163 


100, 171 


97,637 


197,808 2 


,825 1 


,516 


334 


678 


6,283 


6,961 


8,932 


15,893 


282 


103 


302 


1,959 


5,411 


7,370 


7,041 


14,411 


204 


112 


348 


3,025 


6,205 


9,230 


6,583 


15,813 


247 


97 


293 


3,089 


3,895 


6, 984 


6,723 


13,707 


192 


120 


250 


5,442 


2,429 


7,871 


3,924 


11,795 


163 


76 



1974 J 



26 
52 
26 
31 
49 
33 



60 
30 
70 
47 
99 
84 



86 
82 
96 
78 
148 
117 



22 
39 

37 
79 
52 
19 



152 
154 
208 
328 
290 
182 



174 
193 
245 
4 07 
342 
201 



260 
275 
341 
485 
490 
318 



1,490 2,710 4,200 6,969 11,169 218 127 



2,619 
1,428 



1,404 



1,121 3,740 6,816 10,556 293 103 



3,091 



4,519 8,672 13,191 383 138 



1,455 2,163 3,618 12,615 16,233 407 127 

3,152 4,205 7,357 10,929 18,286 297 165 



3,119 4,523 6,442 10,965 140 



92 



J 


60 


81 


140 


18 


86 


104 


244 


2,568 


2,698 


5,266 


3,623 


8,889 


136 


76 


A 


49 


48 


97 


9 


93 


102 


199 


2, 116 


1,721 


3,837 


3,429 


7,266 


142 


89 


S 


55 


114 


169 


8 


106 


114 


283 


2,470 


3,502 


5,972 


3,783 


9,755 


111 


86 





78 


51 


129 


14 


80 


94 


223 


3,054 


1,737 


4,791 


3,399 


8,190 


128 


58 


N 


41 


53 


94 


11 


71 


82 


176 


1,840 


1,889 


3,729 


2,743 


6,472 


108 


52 


D 


88 


30 


117 


6 


56 


62 


179 


3,648 


1,018 


4,666 


2,248 


6,914 


102 


49 


1975 J 


20 


26 


46 


8 


46 


54 


100 


608 


907 


1,515 


2, 108 


3,623 


135 


49 


F 


30 


21 


51 


11 


81 


92 


143 


1,296 


798 


2,094 


3,009r 


5,103 


207 


72 


M 


46 


76 


122 


21 


132 


153 


275 


1,926 


2,306 


4,232 


4,829 


9,061 


297 


106 


A 


92 


123 


215 










3,557 


4,037 


7,594 











Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding differences. 'Data are on a gross basis i. e. they do not take account of cancellations or altera- 

tions of loans after initial approval. 2 Agency loans (loans made by other lending institutions on behalf of CM. H. C. ) ore included under C. M. H. C. 'Includes 

fraternal and mutual benefit societies, Quebec savings banks and, since May 1967, chartered banks. 'Includes new and existing commercial structures and farm 

property. Source: Canadian Housing Statistics, Central Mortgage ond Housing Corporation. 



86 



July, 1975 



SECTION 8 
TABLE 10 



Table 10: domestic shipments of building materials by Canadian manufacturers 



year 
and 
month 



rigid insulating board 



(lush building 

soft soft type board 

wood, wood wooden (panels as- roof 

plywood lumber 1 ' 2 doors' natural phalted insu- 

or sheating lotion 

million No. in coated) board board 

sq. ft. million thou- 

%" bd. ft. sands 



other 
deco- 
rative 
board 



llion sq. ft. V basis 



hard board 

pre- 
not finished 
particle temper- wall or 
board 5 ed or ceiling 
treated panels 



million 

sq. ft. million sq. ft. 

s /e' ba s i s V e " ba s i s 



concrete 
products 

acoustic 

concrete concrete mineral 

gypsum products portland blocks ready tiles 

cement 2 (gravel) 4 mix* & ceiling 

wall - panels' 



boord 2 



lath 1 



(000) 

illion sq. ft. tons 



No. (000) (000) 

8" block cu. million 

equ. yds. sq. ft. 



CANSIM 340000 340001 340002 340003 340004 340005 340006 340007 340008 340009 340010 340011 340012 340013 340014 340015 



1973 1,972.1 13,898.3 5,080.6 54.6 203.0 155.0 83.4 

1974 1,719.7 12,632.7 4,145.5 44.4 188.4 134.0 83.6 



382.6 

343.4 



395.1 188.3 1,321.0 112.8 10,734 214,328 17,352 36.8 
413.0 183.2 1,281.4 94.0 10,964 202,603 17,833 40.4 



1973 N 183.2 
D 133.6 



1,241.7 - 4.8 

969.0 1,183.8 4.3 



18.0 
18.2 



16.3 
12.0 



1974 J 149.9 1,095.2 

F 142.3 1,137.2 

M 166.5 1,225.8 

A 169.0 1,310.4 

M 195.7 1,354.2 



4.0 19.4 12.2 



3.8 17.0 



8.0 



1975 



1,256.9 3.6 15.7 12.7 
3.7 16.0 10.6 
5.0 21.1 10.1 



99.2 
111.2 
134.9 
148.4 
125.4 
109.9 



J 124.2 

F 138.8 

M 156.9 
A 



926.3 
994.9 
986.5 
976.3 
806.1 
628.5 

750.5 

847.9, 

852.7 



4.1 17.9 



915.1 



1,050.5 



9,675 



4.8 
3.7 
2.9 
2.4 
1.9 

2.0 
2.5 
3.2 
3.2 



20.7 

15.9 

10.0 

7.5 

6.5 

5.8 

6.8 

15.8 

11.6 



9.3 

9.8 

17.1 

13.9 

12.7 

6.7 

5.3 
3.8 
6.6 
5.6 



8.0 
6.6 

7.0 
8.0 
9.4 
9.9 



J 167.3 1,191.3 923.0 4.5 20.7 10.9 7.4 



6.1 
6.1 
5.5 
4.1 
5.4 
5.9 

5.1 
6.5 
7.1 
6.0 



34.6 
27.8 

30.9 
27.1 
33.9 
34.8 
34.0 
33.6 
27.3 
25.5 
24.2 
26.1 
26.4 
19.6 



21.9 
23.7 
25.0 
29.5 



37.7 
30.9 



19.7 
12.5 



102.2 
103.3 



33.4 1 

36.5 1 
42.5 1 
41.1 1 

36.7 2 

28.8 1 

36.9 1 
1 
1 
1 

1 



36.6 
34.9 
43.2 
28.6 
13.8 

18.8 
19.5 
27.5 
44.8 



7.1 
8.1 
7.7 
8.1 
0.6 
5.8 
5.7 
3.6 
2.8 
2.5 
8.7 
2.5 



12.6 
13.7 
13.3 
13.5 



87.0 
02.7 
12.8 
01.6 
28.1 
03.8 
04.5 
26.1 
32.3 
02.1 
94.8 
85.6 



93.4 

98.3 

103.0 

91.2 



5.7 
8.4 

4.8 
8.3 
11.0 
10.0 
9.4 
7.6 
9.2 
8.7 
8.7 
5.5 
6.5 
4.3 

5.0 
4.7 
5.4 
3.1 



859 20,946 1,570 
492 13,748 989 



479 

519 

630 

735 

,057 

,136 

,239 

,301 

,196 

,246 

919 

507 

433 
447 
518 
735 



12,234 
11,776 
14,216 
15,584 
20,160 
20,838 
20, 1 98 
20,836 
19,255 
20,167 
16,519 
10,820 



815 
843 
1,142 
1,248 
1,767 
1,776 
1,906 
2,092 
1,856 
1,949 
1,636 
803 



11,151 681 

9, 534 754 

10,159 890 

11,739 1,209 



3.7 
2.6 

3.5 
3.6 
3.1 
3.2 
3.8 
3.8 
2.9 
3.3 
3.2 
4.4 
3.2 
2.4 

2.6 
3.5 

3.3 
2.4 













iron 


and steel products 








mineral 


aspha 


It products 




mechan- 








lava- 




fur- 






construction* 




paints, 


































year 






(wash 


steel 


warm air locks & 


concrete 




cold 




building 


asphalt 


roofing 




refrige- 


var- 


and 

month 




sinks 2 

(all 

kinds) 


basins) 2 

(all 

kinds) 


wire, 


(all 


latch 


rein- 


hot 

rolled 

sheets 


reduced 
sheets 
& strip 


galva- 
nized 
sheets 


insu- 


shingles asphalt 


clay 
- bricks 


rators 


nishes & 










bars 




. 




No. in 
































(000) 


(000) 


value 










- m i 1 1 i on 


squares 


(000) 


No. in 


thou- 




















No. in 


thousand; 


; net tons 


units 


$'000 




(ooo; 


i net tons 




sq. ft. 


•ooo 


tons 


millions 


sands 


$'000 


CANSIM 


340016 


340017 


340018 


340019 


340020 


340021 


340022 


340023 


340024 


340025 340026 


340027 


340028 


340029 


340030 


1973 




632.0 


810.2 


150.3 


231.2 


23,005.3 


545.2 


116.2 


52.8 


406.4 


719.2 5 


,914.4 


173.9 


597.9 


624.6 


258,069.8 


1974 




572.8 


783.3 


141.4 


195.4 


25,423.0 


534.9 


165.3 


52.3 


422.6 


703.0 6 


,185.9 


156.7 


592.3 


599.5 


326,283.8 


1973 


N 


65.4 


89.0 


14.5 


26.7 


2,138.3 


52.6 


10.6 


5.0 


35.9 


66.6 


501.6 


17.6 


54.2 


53.6 


19,253.4 




D 


45.1 


60.0 


11.2 


19.4 


1,872.2 


48.6 


7.2 


4.3 


29.3 


69.9 


421.6 


17.3 


39.3 


53.7 


14,868.2 


1974 


J 


61.5 


77.0 


12.6 


17.4 


2,107.5 


40.3 


13.5 


5.7 


44.1 


59.7 


381.3 


12.1 


29.0 


44.2 


2 0,019.7 




F 


53.6 


72.9 


13.2 


13.5 


2, 188.5 


56.7 


13.8 


5.3 


34.0 


64.9 


404.0 


14.0 


33.5 


46.7 


22,386.2 




M 


65.1 


95.7 


13.5 


12.5 


2,393.8 


60.0 


13.9 


4.4 


36.6 


69.9 


509.9 


15.0 


42.5 


61.4 


26,856.8 




A 


62.5 


81.1 


11.8 


12.1 


2,376.6 


45.9 


17.4 


4.6 


36.7 


59.7 


557.5 


11.6 


51.0 


48.7 


29,705.2 




M 


75.6 


91.5 


12.9 


16.1 


2,371.8 


53.5 


15.9 


4.4 


37.9 


62.4 


622.4 


14.1 


66.0 


52.0 


33,746.4 




J 


59.9 


67.6 


12.0 


16.8 


2,194.8 


38.0 


14.3 


3.9 


37.3 


57.8 


550.5 


10.3 


57.4 


56.3 


33,089.5 




J 


47.7 


64.6 


10.0 


15.2 


1,876.2 


31.8 


12.8 


3.6 


36.1 


60.3 


621.9 


11.5 


56.7 


58.7 


30,703.5 




A 


39.1 


56.9 


11.3 


17.4 


2,079.8 


38.3 


11.2 


3.3 


36.0 


52.6 


541.3 


12.8 


58.5 


40.4 


29,754.2 




S 


30.6 


56.0 


11.6 


21.9 


1,894.4 


48.7 


12.7 


4.8 


35.3 


48.3 


600.6 


13.2 


54.9 


53.9 


26,539.0 







30.6 


50.1 


11.4 


20.9 


2,045.9 


50.9 


13.7 


4.3 


32.7 


71.1 


581.5 


14.7 


59.9 


50.3 


28,497.5 




N 


26.0 


40.2 


10.5 


18.5 


1,873.5 


40.3 


12.0 


4.0 


31.9 


54.4 


420.7 


14.4 


47.1 


43.6 


24,044.7 




D 


20.6 


29.7 


10.6 


13.1 


2,020.2 


30.5 


14.1 


4.0 


24.0 


41.9 


394.2 


13.0 


35.8 


43.3 


20,941.1 


1975 


J 


39.1 


46.5 


8.2 


9.7 


1,806.9 


22.0 


13.4 


4.4 


37.4 


43.6 


310.5 


9.5 


23.7 


33.4 


21, 344. 3 t 




F 


50.5 


53.7 


18.3 


9.0 


2,087.1 


19.2 


13.4 


4.3 


33.6 


57.9 


239.6 


8.4 


19.7 


34.7 


25,389.7 




M 


55.2 


50.5 


12.1 


9.9 


2,184.6 


26.3 


14.7 


4.6 


34.0 


39.6 


378.9 


9.3 


28.2 


37.0 


27,714.6 




A 


40.9 


56.4 


11.8 


10.8 


2,255.6 


26.6 


15.8 


4.0 


30.3 


29.9 


599.0 


10.9 


38.0 


35.4 


32,679.1 



'In this context, "softwood" refers to wood from coniferous trees, and hardwood to wood from broadleafed species. 'Includes export shipments; the softwood 
lumber column includes estimates for Manitoba, Newfoundland and P. E. I. 'Shipments by principal manufacturers. Total domestic shipments are somewhat higher. 
Production for these items. As reported by principal manufacturers. Total production is somewhat higher. 'Building contractors, public and utility construction and 
structural steel fabricators. Sources: Peeler Logs, Veneers, and Plywoods (35-001), Production, Shipments and Stocks on Hand of Sawmills East of the Rockies 

(35-002), Production, Shipments and Stocks on Hand of Sawmills In B.C. (35-003), Quarterly Shipments of Flush Type Doors (wood) by Canadian Manufacturers 
(35-004), Hardboard (36-001), Rigid Insulation Board (36-002), Particle Board (36-003), Primary Iron and Steel (41-001), Stoves and Furnaces (41-005), Steel Wire 
and Specified Wire Products (41-006), Domestic Refrigerators and Freezers (43-001), Cement (44-001), Concrete Products (44-002), Gypsum Products (44-003), 
Mineral Wool (44-004), Products made from Canadian Clay (44-005), Asphalt Roofing (45-001), Sales of Paints, Varnishes, and Lacquers (46-001), Statistics 
Canada. 



87 



year 








liquid- 




and 








ation of 


wheat 


quarter 


total 




deferred 


deferred 


including 




cash 


total 


grain 


grain 


C.W.B. 




receipts 


crops 


receipts 


receipts 


payments 



221.41 


-27.46 


312.59 


20.89 


86.58 


84.61 


115.04 


330.57 


19.90 


543.38 


22.29 


171.18 


117.57 


159.86 



50.12 


- 5.00 


148.56 


4.16 


71.48 


6.51 


12.89 


225.37 


- 8.27 


113.54 


4.74 


54.52 


7.45 


9.24 


159.05 


- 0.51 


172.45 


5.76 


46.71 


55.74 


62.10 



SECTION 9 July, 1975 

TABLES 1 - 3 

Table 1: farm cash receipts', by source (million dollars) 

crops 

oats barley C.W.B. 

including including net cash 

C.W.B. C.W.B. advance other sugar 

payments 2 payments 2 payments grains 3 beets potatoes fruits vegetables 

CANSIM 2855 2880 2903 2904 2881 2882 2883 2884 2885 2886 2887 2888 2889 

1972 5,307.43 2,081.89 - - 948.20 31.85 

1973 6,729.25 2,623.56 348.94 - 1,198.83 43.58 

1973 4 1,964.24 840.81 -305.57 - 475.15 22.08 168.58 7.53 163.90 15.48 63.62 37.01 41.17 

1974 1 2,060.38 1,012.37 - - 241.77 9.66 

2 2,628.36 1,519.21 - - 1,063.39 10.77 

3 2,097.69 946.24 - - 387.27 14.11 

livestock and products 

year total dairy 

and forest supple- 
quarter other cattle and sheep dairy and maple mentary deficiency 
tobacco crops 4 total calves hogs and lambs products poultry eggs other products payments payments 5 

CANSIM 2890 2891 2892 2893 2894 2895 2896 2897 2898 2899 2900 2901 2902 

1972 150.03 138.12 3,076.56 1,195.84 575.71 9.06 778.82 295.85 163.77 57.31 24.46 101.41 23.10 

1973 142.82 192.24 3,930.54 1,479.51 831.85 10.67 850.01 437.94 243.79 76.77 43.99 131.02 0.13 

1973 4 56.19 95.35 1,059.55 381.47 223.15 3.33 214.87 136.47 69.69 30.57 12.40 51.48 0.00 

1974 1 129.56 37.42 1,012.23 400.55 217.62 3.07 200.76 98.13 70.52 21.59 2.70 30.01 3.08 

2 9.15 29.32 1,038.06 391.61 169.47 2.18 287.05 108.59 67.51 11.66 17.72 41.31 12.07 

3 - 43.58 1,057.04 322.39 187.55 3.03 315.78 148.52 62.71 17.05 7.6 82.23 11.41 

'Cash receipts from farming operations excluding supplementary payments. Excludes Newfoundland. Represents participation payments made by the 

Canadian Wheat Board direct to producers on crops delivered in previous years. 'Includes rye, flaxseed, rapeseed, soybeans and corn. 'Includes clover and grass 
seed, hay, clover, greenhouse products, mustard seed, sunflower seed, hops, dry beons and dry peas and miscellaneous products. s Made under the authority of the 
Agricultural Stabilization Act. Source: Form Cosh Receipts (21-001), Statistics Canada. 









Table 2: farm cash receipts', by province (million dol 


lars) 






year and 
quarter 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. Que. Ont. Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


CANSIM 


2921 


2922 


2923 2924 2925 2926 


2927 


2928 


2929 



44.02 


70.15 


64.15 


766.64 


1,573.87 


475.09 


1,169.18 


901.58 


242.78 


71.99 


94.70 


95.57 


962.36 


1,947.55 


611.64 


1,435.53 


1,193.23 


316.65 



1972 
1973 

1973 4 20.42 25.70 269.88 565.68 194.57 398.81 351.78 112.08 

1974 1 32.66 23.66 31.56 218.11 559.06 204.97 479.92 436.52 73.93 

2 22.07 21.40 28.23 261.11 506.97 256.36 961.36 492.24 78.62 

3 12.38 27.46 18.49 322.32 557.28 179.23 484.37 397.44 98.72 

'See footnote 1 at end of Table 1. 

Table 3: farm implement and equipment sales at wholesale prices, by province' (million dollars) 
all machines 2 repair parts 



year . . — 

and Atlantic Atlantic 



quarter Canada 1 


prov. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alto. 


B.C. 


Canada 


prov. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


CANSIM 2939 


2940 


2941 


2942 


2943 


2944 


2945 


2946 


2947 


2948 


294 9 


2950 


2951 


2952 


2953 


2954 



1973 573.87 14.18 67.34 142.15 60.98 143.60 130.07 15.55 108.22 5.01 15.28 26.34 10.46 23.43 21.54 5.29 

1974 791.42 24.35 96.50 196.67 82.56 194.06 172.66 24.62 142.55 6.29 22.93 32.52 13.82 32.61 28.71 5.67 

1974 1 80.66 3.01 11.08 20.77 8.63 17.75 16.66 2.76 33.99 1.73 5.62 8.23 2.97 7.21 6.87 1.36 

2 183.63 4.71 17.81 45.03 19.35 49.09 41.26 6.38 31.34 1.56 4.13 7.40 2.92 7.76 6.33 1.24 

3 227.51 5.98 26.60 51.57 24.75 57.98 54.16 6.47 46.06 1.78 6.84 9.32 4.88 11.94 9.50 1.80 

4 299.62 10.65 41.01 79.30 29.83 69.24 60.58 9.01 31.16 1.22 6.34 7.57 3.05 5.70 6.01 1.27 

1975 1 106.61 2.60 14.56 20.87 10.46 30.75 24.56 2.81 29.02 1.16 4.31 6.32 2.70 7.74 6.07 0.72 

Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding. 'The estimates for the current year are subject to revision since the factors used in the blow-up 
are based on the previous years' operations and may change when th r current annual totals for all firms ore known the following year. 2 Excluding trucks. The total 
volue of all machines shown in this table is greater than the value shown for farm machinery in section 10, table 3 which covers wholesalers proper only. The above 
table covers all sales to users and includes sales by manufacturers through their agents as well as the soles of importers and other dealers made directly to users. 
Even though sales are to users, i.e. farmers, values arc stated at wholesale prices, i.e. cost to dealers. Source: Form Implement and Equipment Soles (63-009), 

Statistics Canada. 



July, 


1975 






Table 


4: 


inspected si 


aughter and cold 


storage stocks 






SECTION 9 
TABLES 4 and 5 








inspected si 


aughter (thousands) 




cold storage stoc 


:ks, end of 


period (million 


pounds) 1 


year 






















and 








sheep ond 








mutton 


pork, 




month 




cattle 


calves 


lambs 




hogs 


beef 


veal 


and lamb 


total 


poultry 2 


CANSIM 


2971 


2972 


2973 




2974 


2975 


2976 


2977 


2978 


2980 


1973 




2,877 


291 


235 




8,721 


58.1 


5.1 


7.2 


36.8 


75.9 


1974 




2,975 


393 


185 




8,965 


51.8 


4.5 


8.4 


37.5 


96.3 


1973 





243 


20 


24 




661 


40.6 


4.4 


6.2 


32.3 


93.5 




N 


258 


23 


25 




712 


52.9 


4.9 


6.9 


37.4 


105.9 




D 


264 


23 


23 




795 


58.1 


5.1 


7.3 


36.8 


75.9 


1974 


J 


221 


21 


16 




708 


61.0 


5.3 


8.6 


41.3 


86.2 




F 


207 


19 


16 




778 


59.0 


4.7 


9.4 


48.4 


85.2 




M 


282 


39 


20 




974 


62.4 


5.0 


11.3 


46.4 


83.9 




A 


227 


44 


17 




737 


60.9 


5.0 


10.1 


50.5 


80.9 




M 


228 


30 


7 




739 


59.0 


5.1 


11.2 


48.2 


79.8 




J 


269 


28 


8 




815 


50.1 


4.8 


9.4 


41.2 


81.7 




J 


209 


21 


8 




640 


42.6 


4. 1 


7.6 


35.7 


91.2 




A 


233 


23 


15 




665 


42.7 


4.1 


6.3 


31.6 


104.1 




S 


312 


36 


23 




793 


42.5 


4.0 


6.4 


27.4 


117.0 







251 


38 


18 




646 


45.6 


3.8 


6.8 


27.0 


127.4 




N 


272 


50 


17 




702 


46.7 


4.2 


6.5 


26.2 


128.1 




D 


264 


44 


20 




768 


49.7 


4.2 


6.8 


26.4 


90.1 


1975 


J 


249 


35 


13 




667 


52.8 


3.8 


7.8 


25.9 


92.6 




F 


258 


38 


11 




643 


57.8 


4.0 


8.4 


29.2 


89.2 




M 


322 


64 


18 




787 


65.9 


3.7 


8.5 


27.1 


79.1 




A 












62. 7r 


4.1 r 


8.6r 


29.8r 


76. 9 r 




M 












60.1 


4.7 


8.0 


26.6 


73.5 



'Stocks of fresh and cured meats previously reported in this publication are no longer collected and therefore not available. 2 Excludes stocks in (railway) 
transit after June 30, 1968. Source: Stocks of Dairy and Poultry Products (32-009); Stocks of Meat Products (32-012), Statistics Canada, Livestock and Meat 

Trade Report, Dept. of Agriculture. 

Table 5: selected agricultural price indexes 















farm inpu' 


t price index' 


, and selec 


ted compon 


ents, Cane 


ida 




















farm machinery 


























ar 


id motor vehic 


:ies' 












































quarter 












farm 




hired 












and month 




1 


and and bui 


Idings 




machinery 
and motor 
vehicle 


machin- 
ery and 


farm 
labour 




other materia 


s and servi 














bu i 1 d i n g 










farm 
































farm 


major 


replace- 


property 


major 


replace- 


vehicle 


ma|or 


ma|or 






feeder 


agricultural 






inputs 2 


group 2 ' 5 


ment 


taxes 3 


group 


ment 4 


operation' 


group 


group 6 


feed 


fertilizer 


cattle 


products 












1961 


-100 












1961 -100 


CANSIM 


604001 


604002 


604003 


604007 


604009 


604010 


604027 


604031 


604035 


604041 


604 036 


604045 


3005 


1973 




166.7 


190.7 


201.2 


135.0 


209.6 


139.0 


171.4 


216.2 


166.9 


168.8 


115.5 


236.9 


183.8 


1974 




194.8 


211.2 


222.0 


135.0 


153.8 


154.6 


153.2 


255.5 


205.9 


212.6 


161.9 


208.9 


223.4 


1973 


J 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


180.9 




A 


173.3 


191.9 


204.4 


135.0 


138.3 


138.9 


137.8 


222.8 


181.0 


192.0 


114.9 


258.2 


236.5 




S 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


227.3 







- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


225.3 




N 


176.1 


193.8 


208.9 


135.0 


141.9 


141.7 


142.2 


229.0 


182.7 


192.6 


124.1 


249.3 


224.6 




D 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


226.5 


1974 


J 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


229.8 




F 


187.5 


206.2 


212.9 


135.0 


145.8 


146.2 


145.5 


236.2 


201.0 


206.3 


139.3 


235.8 


231.5 




M 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


227.3 




A 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


228.6 




M 


191.0 


211.3 


222.6 


135.0 


148.2 


149.6 


147.0 


248.3 


202.5 


204.9 


148.9 


230.9 


231.6 




J 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


231.3 




J 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


231.5 




A 


196.6 


213.9 


227.7 


135.0 


157.3 


155.8 


158.4 


260.4 


205.0 


211.6 


170.9 


187.3 


215.8 




S 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


214.3 







- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


213.0 




N 


204.3 


213.5 


224.9 


135.0 


164.0 


166.7 


161.9 


277.2 


215.1 


227.4 


188.3 


181.5 


213.9 




D 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


213.6 


1975 


J 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


210.2 




F 


206.6 


219.2 


222.9 


144.7 


168.6 


173.7 


164.6 


276.5 


214.5 


220.8 


204.7 


158.9 


205.9 




M 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


205.3 



'Price indexes of inputs measure only changes in prices of units of inputs. They do not reflect other important changes in costs of production, such as 
changing quantities and productivity of inputs. They should not be interpreted, therefore, as equivalent to indexes of cost per unit of output. Direct comparison of 
them with price indexes of output can yield misleading indications of the changing relationship of costs and income. 2 1972 and 1973 price indexes are subject to 

revision. 3 1973 price indexes are subject to revision. 4 Farm share only of motor vehicles. 5 ln addition to the components listed, the major group includes 

Building Repairs, Fencing Construction and Repairs, Mortgage Credit, and Farm Rent. 6 ln addition to components listed, themajor group includes Seed, Custom 

Work, Artificial Insemination, Small Tools and Supplies, and Electricity. 

Sources: Prices and Price Indexes (62-002), Index Numbers of Farm Prices of Agricultural Products (62-003), Statistics Canada. 



89 



SECTION 9 
TABLES 6 and 7 



July, 1975 



Table 6: exports of grains and livestock products 

























ivestock products (m 


1 lion pound 















gra 


ns (million bushels) 




















beef, veo 






























, 








eggs in 


and 






flour 












fresh, 


bacon 




skim 




the shell 


month 






in terms 












chilled 


hams ar 


d canned 


milk 




(million 






wheat 


ol wheat 


oats 


barley 


rye 


flaxseed 


rapeseed 


or frozen 


shoulders meats cheese 


powder 


poultry 


dozens) 1 


CANSIM 


3019 


3020 


3021 


3022 


3023 


3031 


3032 


3024 


3025 


3026 3027 


3028 


302 9 


3030 


1973 




459.25 


21.93 


3.42 


149.83 


7.76 


17.53 


52.19 


58.19 


3.11 


3.25 14.14 


225.43 


1.75 


11.75 


1974 




389.23 


19.72 


4.27 


111.16 


5.39 


13.70 


43.12 


38.02 


3.10 


2.92 8.30 


106.43 


0.61 


15.23 


1973 


M 


51.97 


1.89 


0.74 


17.69 


0.66 


2.21 


6.42 


5.98 


0.26 


0.53 0.98 


30.49 


0.07 


0.83 




J 


50.88 


2.65 


0.24 


19.48 


0.26 


2.69 


6.17 


2.21 


0.21 


0.16 0.46 


25.04 


0.05 


1.54 




J 


57.38 


1.40 


0.40 


12.85 


0.51 


1.62 


3.61 


5.49 


0.27 


0.19 1.20 


41.36 


0.01 


1.15 




A 


45.73 


1.09 


0.01 


10.09 


0.28 


1.81 


5.23 


16.12 


0.30 


0.15 2.53 


2.39 


0.57 


1.05 




S 


25.78 


1.44 


0.08 


11.03 


0.86 


0.18 


2.31 


4.70 


0.14 


0.21 0.42 


2.22 


0.34 


1.15 







40.51 


2.02 


0.01 


12.66 


1.34 


1.42 


3.93 


3.14 


0.26 


0.43 1.25 


15.37 


0.31 


0.92 




N 


34.66 


2.16 


0.00 


17.84 


0.48 


2.56 


4.08 


2.64 


0.32 


0.38 1.29 


12.37 


0.28 


0.62 




D 


32.13 


1.89 


0.24 


15.19 


0.15 


0.83 


4.18 


3.11 


0.37 


0.30 1.42 


12.80 


0.09 


0.98 


1974 


J 


17.28 


1.77 


0.01 


3.99 


0.10 


1.73 


3.31 


3.88 


0.54 


0.32 1.84 


2.44 


0.00 


1.76 




F 


16.32 


2.07 


0.01 


2.91 


0.13 


1.46 


2.02 


5.13 


0.25 


0.25 1.57 


8.74 


0.03 


1.33 




M 


25.30 


1.37 


0.28 


2.39 


0.13 


1.15 


3.44 


3.56 


0.25 


0.28 0.54 


19.03 


0.02 


0.67 




A 


32.37 


1.39 


0.05 


6.03 


1.37 


0.77 


2.48 


2.28 


0.19 


0.14 0.45 


10.41 


0.09 


1.36 




M 


45.58 


1.81 


0.16 


10.57 


0.85 


2.12 


3.89 


2.79 


0.28 


0.29 0.51 


2.46 


0.00 


0.31 




J 


40.07 


1.24 


0.21 


15.65 


0.05 


1.26 


2.10 


2.39 


0.25 


0.23 0.58 


11.44 


0.07 


1.53 




J 


44.91 


2.41 


0.08 


10.29 


0.08 


0.23 


2.19 


2.87 


0.19 


0.18 0.85 


6.07 


0.02 


2.22 




A 


39.23 


1.59 


0.28 


10.45 


0.95 


0.76 


1.03 


3.33 


0.17 


0.28 0.37 


1.88 


0.00 


2.81 




S 


16.96 


1.64 


0.16 


12.05 


0.00 


0.64 


0.02 


3.07 


0.20 


0.21 0.19 


6.57 


0.03 


1.24 







42.76 


1.67 


0.00 


15.87 


0.76 


0.94 


1.99 


3.20 


0.24 


0.26 0.56 


11.63 


0.04 


1.16 




N 


31.91 


1.46 


0.23 


9.08 


0.34 


1.52 


3.13 


4.21 


0.25 


0.27 0.30 


13.78 


0.16 


0.69 




D 


36.54 


1.30 


0.28 


11.88 


0.63 


1.12 


3.82 


1.31 


0.29 


0.21 0.54 


11.98 


0.15 


0.15 


1975 


J 


26.84 


1.36 


0.05 


48.01 


2.19 


3.19 


1.31 


0.77 


0.14 


0.10 0.92 


12.65 


0.30 


1.83 




F 


15.35 


0.76 


0.00 


35.01 


2.03 


2.03 


1.68 


0.53 


0.14 


0.09 0.21 


1.98 


0.11 


1.13 




M 
















0.88 


0.15 


0. 65 1 . 95 


6.65 


0.56 


1.56 



'Includes eggs for hatching. Sources: Coarse Grains Quarterly (22-001), Wheat Review (22*005) and Trade of Canada, Exports (65-004), Statistics Canada. 

Table 7: milk, milk products and eggs 







production 


fluid sales 




production 


of doiry factories 






cold storage 


stocks 5 


net 

production 5 










cheddar 


evaporated 






cheddar 


evaporoted 


















and 




total milk' 


and cream 


butter 


cheese 


whole milk 2 


cream mix 


butter 4 


cheese 4 


whole milk 2 


eggs 


month 


























































thousand 








million 










million pou 


ids 




gals. 




million pounds 


dozens 


CANSIM 


3043 


3044 


3045 


3046 


3047 


3048 


3049 


3050 


3051 


3052 


1973 




16,833 


5,511 


251.31 


188.88 


232.57 


3 0,231 


37.44 


68.23 


30.05 


461.8 


1974 




16,621 


5,631 


232.05 


225.22 


220.74 


28,560 


42.22 


69.42 


30.05 


460.0 


1973 


M 


1,643 


457 


27.79 


18.31 


23.38 


2,862 


23.37 


64.09 


20.28 


40.2 




J 


1,834 


464 


34.18 


20.79 


28.53 


3,399 


34. 17 


68.63 


34.36 


39.1 




J 


1,688 


444 


31.67 


16.99 


20.88 


3,831 


41.76 


69.58 


39.49 


38.7 




A 


1,601 


457 


28.04 


17.87 


17.51 


3,533 


44.93 


73.00 


32.34 


37.9 




S 


1,487 


454 


24.50 


17.51 


19.04 


2,578 


55.26 


74.09 


34.05 


37.3 







1,416 


467 


21.47 


17.89 


18.21 


2,116 


55.67 


70.38 


34.56 


38.4 




N 


1, 173 


467 


13.56 


14.66 


14.04 


1,749 


53.41 


69.52 


30.62 


37.5 




D 


1,150 


485 


12.27 


13.46 


16.70 


1,781 


50.92 


68.46 


30.05 


39.2 


1974 


J 


1,130 


463 


11.53 


14.86 


14.63 


1,838 


41.22 


64.31 


26.57 


38.6 




F 


1,039 


437 


10.06 


12.22 


14.86 


1,888 


30.99 


65.09 


17.35 


35.7 




M 


1,219 


485 


12.39 


15.36 


18.88 


2,190 


23.84 


65.48 


11.69 


39.7 




A 


1,428 


463 


19.86 


17.14 


21.32 


2,516 


26.11 


65.71 


14.25 


37.8 




M 


1,567 


464 


24.60 


18.83 


24.35 


2,760 


28.67 


64.99 


23.75 


39.5 




J 


1,771 


460 


31.73 


21.95 


27.83 


3,341 


40.11 


69.42 


39.69 


38.7 




J 


1,739 


459 


30.33 


22.73 


23.91 


4,023 


48.99 


72.49 


47.53 


39.1 




A 


1,603 


482 


26.81 


19.20 


16.79 


3,510 


51.97 


73.84 


36.72 


38.2 




S 


1,471 


469 


23.01 


18.72 


16.27 


2,611 


59.13 


74.57 


36.40 


36.7 







1,338 


484 


17.98 


18.32 


16.75 


2,040 


55.90 


73.95 


38.69 


38.2 




N 


1,138 


473 


11.97 


15.30 


11.56 


1,876 


53.57 


72.71 


34.60 


37.8 




D 


1,178 


492 


11.85 


16.04 


13.61 


1,938 


46.17 


70.51 


33.38 


40.2 


1975 


J 


1,116 


450 


12.03 


14.62 


11.89 


1,838 


41.01 


69.23 


27.28 


40.4 




F 


1,059 


428 


11.87 


11.97 


13.64 


1,869 


35.98 


71.53 


9.29 


36.6 




M 


1,229 


471 


13.46 


14.16 


18.25 


2,249 


29.09 


64.93 


16.52 


38.9 




A 






20.45 


16.21 


19.94 


2,638 


31.08r 


65.45r 


16.26 


36.7 




M 






28.75 


17.41 


22.72 


3,067 


41.09 


60.93 


28.18 





'Milk equivalents of cottage cheese are not included in the monthly figures but are included in the monthly averages, includes case and bulk. 'As at end 
of period. Last month is preliminary. includes butter and cheese imported and in (railway) transit through June 30, 1968. 'Exclusive of Newfoundland; includes 
hatching eggs. Sources: Doiry Factory Production (32-002), Dairy Review (23-001), Stocks of Dolry and Poultry Products (32-009), Production of 

Eggs (23-003), Statistics Canada. 

90 



July 


1975 


























SECTION 9 






























TABLES 8 and 9 














Table 8; 


fisheries 


statistics' (million 


pounds) 
















Canada, 2 




























year 
and 




total 






1 


andings of sea 


fish 






e> 


:ports by country 3 


exports 


; by type 


































month 




(thousand 


total 
















United 








end of 






dollars) 


quantity 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


B.C. 


total 


States 


other 


salmon 


lobster 


period 4 


CANSIM 


3063 


3064 


3065 


3066 


3067 


3068 


3069 


3070 


3071 


3072 


3073 


3074 


3075 


3076 


1973 




296,288 


2, 190.4 


675.9 


62.9 


615.4 


286.1 


161.3 


388.8 


752.6 


491.6 


211.1 


93.1 


20.1 


100.4 


1974 




254, 068 r 


1,719.6, 


375.2, 


35. 8r 


648. 8 , 


254.1 r 


1 12.4 r 


290. 8 r 


551.4 


394.6 


155.0 


78.5 


18.2 


86.7 


1973 


A 


47,099 


334.1 


78.4 


9.7 


94.7 


68.7 


29. 1 


53.5 


73.5 


59. 9 


13.6 


5.4 


1.4 


104.3 




S 


35,944 


222.6 


57.9 


8.0 


47.3 


38.7 


27.8 


42.9 


56.1 


44.8 


11.2 


7.6 


0.5 


103.5 







33,264 


164.3 


40.0 


6.4 


35.4 


22.3 


15.7 


44.5 


72.2 


50.6 


21.6 


14.1 


0.4 


103.5 




N 


14,512 


115.8 


39.9 


4.6 


39.2 


9.5 


12.9 


9.7 


66.3 


39.7 


26.6 


21.2 


0.5 


100.7 




D 


13,316 


92.4 


33.9 


2.0 


45.6 


4.2 


3.6 


3.1 


46.4 


30.3 


16.1 


9.9 


2.0 


96.3 


1974 


J 


7,761 , 


94. 7 r 


25. 6r 


0.8, 


56. 3 r 


8.2r 


0.6 


3.2, 


39.6 


26.0 


13.6 


5.2 


2.6 


93.6 




F 


6,207r 


72.4 r 


24. 8r 


0.3 


38. 7, 


2.6r 


0.6 


5.4r 


40.8 


26.5 


14.3 


5.3 


1.0 


80.9 




M 


16, 167 r 


137.2 r 


27. 8r 


0.1 


18.5? 


1.4r 


0.6r 


88. 8 r 


42.9 


31.4 


11.5 


5.8 


1.3 


72.9 




A 


14, 121 r 


88. 6 r 


40. 3, 


0.1 r 


25. 7r 


7.7 , 


0.3r 


12. Or 


29.2 


19.6 


9.7 


3.6 


1.1 


62.9 




M 


19,550 


117.5 


39.1 


2.1 


39.2 


10.7 


18.8 


7.6 


40.0 


24.1 


15.9 


5.6 


2.0 


70.9 




J 


30,663 


192.1 


53.5 


4.1 


66.6 


32.6 


16.7 


18.6 


43.7 


28.1 


15.6 


3.4 


2.8 


78.7 




J 


45, 830 


253.4 


37.9 


3.7 


87.5 


41 .3 


18.2 


64.8 


52.3 


43.7 


8.6 


2.8 


2.7 


89.2 




A 


43,522 


238.4 


19.3 


7.2 


88.2 


45.9 


22.5 


55.3 


57.5 


49.5 


8.0 


10.2 


0.9 


102.2 




S 


26,678 


195.8 


28.7 


8.0 


74. 1 


51.5 


16.2 


17.3 


53.1 


41.9 


11.1 


6.5 


0.5 


113.2 







15,222 


115.3 


23. 1 


5.2 


41.6 


21.7 


11.4 


12.3 


62.0 


43.0 


19.1 


8.8 


0.5 


98.4 




N 


8,238 


85.1 


25.8 


1.4 


36.3 


12.8 


5.5 


3.3 


43.7 


29.3 


14.4 


16.7 


0.5 


91.2 




D 


20,107 


129.1 


29.3 


2.8 


76.1 


17.7 


1.0 


2.2 


46.6 


31.5 


13.2 


4.6 


2.3 


85.8 


1975 


J 


3,597 


60.5 


7.9 


0.1 


47.3 


00.6 


1.7 


2.9 


46. 1 


31.0 


15.1 


4.4 


2.2 


88.5 




F 


5,661 


46.6 


1 .9 


0.5 


32.8 


06.4 


0.9 


4.1 


40.0 


23.0 


17.0 


5.8 


0.7 


63.6 




M 


16,129 


131.7 


4.8 


0.1 


23.7 


03.7 


0.2 


99.2 


35.8 


21.6 


14.2 


2.6 


1.3 


73.8 




A 


1 0, 062 


68.9 


25. 1 


0.0 


19.8 


01.5 


2.8 


19.7 












64.0 



1 Monthly totals for current years are not equivalent to annual data due to receipt of additionnal statistics which cannot be allocated by months. includes 

also seaweeds and other species such as whales, worms etc. 3 Exports include sea and freshwater fish and shellfish products but exclude bait, meal, oils, 

offal, livers, fish roe n. e. s. and fishery foods and feeds n. e. s. 4 Total holdings (all forms) of frozen fish commencing October 1969 excludes freshwater species. 
Sources: Monthly Review of Canadian Fisheries Statistics (24-002), Fish Freezing and Stocks (24-001), Trade of Conada, Exports (65-004), Statistics Canada. 



Table 9: manufactured food 









wheat fl 




mai 


garine 


shortening 3 


sal 


ad oils 


















stocks, 




stocks, 




stocks, 






























and 
month 




pr< 


iduction 


exports' 


. 


end 

of period 


production 2 


end 

of period" 


production 


end 

of period* 




meal and 
rolled oats 


process 
cheese 


















%of 


'000 


'000 












































capacity 


cwt. 


cwt. 










mi llion pounds 








CANSIM 


3091 


3092 


3093 


3078 


3079 


3123 


3125 


3080 


3127 


3128 


3096 


3132 


1973 




91.0 


38, 113 


9,482 


216.36 


8.52 


376.71 


13.30 


138.53 


7.46 


268.75 


62.59 


91.66 


1974 




75.93 


37,469 


7,593 


217.64 


12.04 


364.30 


16.02 


181.24 


8.94 


276.76, 


70.87, 


130.88 


1973 


J 


70.8 


3,001 


1, 151 


15.34 


9.66 


30.89 


19.28 


14.96 


8.77 


26.26 


3.80 


1. 06 




J 


76.7 


3, 146 


609 


12.46 


6.77 


26. 18 


16.62 


10.11 


8.45 


24.73 


4.28 


8.05 




A 


81.7 


3,615 


381 


15.59 


7.16 


30.36 


15.34 


9.71 


6.37 


24.81 


3.36 


1.15 




S 


85.8 


3,373 


582 


16.00 


7.66 


2 9.72 


15.70 


10.45 


6.72 


21.24 


5.14 


1.34 







81.7 


3,510 


990 


23.34 


8.15 


35. 14 


15.34 


13.11 


5.70 


20.61 


8.52 


9.74 




N 


72.2 


2,975 


823 


21 .13 


8.79 


36.01 


13.47 


14.63 


6. 94 


22.27 


8.75 


9.53 




D 


63.3 


2,716 


916 


21.55 


8.52 


28.02 


13.30 


11.97 


7.46 


21.09 


5.02 


9.59 


1974 


J 


78.4 


3,367 


750 


22.46 


8.51 


31.18 


13.57 


20.48 


6.52 


20.77 


6.60 


8.43 




F 


71.7 


2 790 


44 


22.40 


8.58 


36.06 


13.93 


16.22 


7.35 


22.71 


4.99 


11.55 




M 


68.1 


2,927 


622 


21.86 


11.63 


34.86 


16.51 


18.96 


8.49 


21.05 


5.88 


9.36 




A 


67.5 


2,791 


630 


14.74 


15.72 


30.78 


19.00 


18.72 


9.21 


21.21 


3.93 


7.06 




M 


67.7 


2,905 


782 


21.62 


15.89 


32.70 


19.39 


17.49 


9.79 


24.71 


3.79 


10.59 




J 


78. 1 


3,224 


634 


15.47 


13.24 


24.74 


18.00 


15.69 


11.50 


25.59 


5.83 


12.84 




J 


77.9 


3,179 


966 


15.99 


12.70 


23.02 


15.20 


12.23 


10.17 


26.13 


4.20 


9.32 




A 


75.5 


3,249 


691 


12.61 


10.66 


30.17 


15.76 


11.98 


8.56 


25.33 


6.25 


13.21 




S 


80.0 


3,087 


726 


14.71 


12.73 


29.17 


16.60 


13.90 


9.56 


23.37 


7.68 


14.22 







85.3 


3,724 


817 


17.24 


12.11 


32.70 


14.65 


12.54 


9.17 


22.07 


8.65 


11.12 




N 


78.1 


3,317 


636 


20.66 


12.45 


31.36 


14.76 


12.55 


9.04 


22.51c 


7.97 


11.31 




D 


76.4 


2,909 


568 


17.88 


10.31 


27.56 


14.87 


10.48 


7.97 


21.31c 


5.10c 


11.87 


1975 


J 


75.2 


3,324 


592 


21.08 


11.86 


27.32 


15.03 


14.01 


9.02 


20.83 


6.42 


6.71 




F 


75.7 


3,082 


333 


23.56 


13.17 


32.86c 


16.02 


13.08 


8.33 


21.93c 


4.36 


8.82 




M 








21.29 


12.24 


26.42 


15.75 


13.36 


9.59 


20.84 




8.82, 




A 








23.90 


12.83 


26.53 


14.27 


13.43 


8.79 


22.11 




7.58 




M 
























10.37 



Note: Footnotes and notes on next page. 



91 



SECTION 9 
TABLES 9 and 10 



July, 1975 



1972 
1973 



Table 9: manufactured food — concluded 



year 
and 
quarter 


cereals 
ready 
to serve 


peanut 
butter 


tea, 

blended, 

packed 


coffee, 
roasted 


macaroni, 
etc. dry 


macaroni, 

etc. 

cooked 


salad 

dressing & 
mayonnai se 


prepared 

cake 

mixes 


mixes, 
all other 
flour based 


biscuits, 
soda 


biscuits, 
plain 
& fancy 












mil 


lion pounds 














CANSIM 


3097 


3114 


3118 


3119 


3098 


3129 


3130 


3100 




3101 


3102 


3103 



139.85 
145.86 



58.06 
57.19 



45.88 
47.69 



99.01 
100.50 



195.37 
206.84 



52.80 
64.50 



78.75 
86.71 



55.4 
57.0 



149.7 
147.7 



52.59 
54.54 



328.01 
339.93 



1974 1 
2 
3 

4 



41.45 
38.01 
36.95 
37.11 



17.24 
16.50 
15.51 
15.20 



12.18 
11.50 
10.38 
12.05 



24.23 
26.72 
21.53 
27.31 



54.84 
49.51 
44.10 
51.96 



21.75 

22.27 

6.41 

14.42 



25.86 
27.54 
20.95 
17.21 



16.9 
13.6 
12.87 
15.64 



43.1 
41.7 
38.80 
39.35 



14.97 
12.46 
10.38 
16.32 



83.18 
86.31 
70.54 
92.49 



1975 1 



38.95 



18.61 



12.07 



24.66 



56.91 



16.08 



18.69 



13.25 



35.10 



14.35 



65.60 



year 




cocoa 


chocolate 




peanuts, 




and 


chewing 


powder 


confec- 


sugar 


salted & 


lams 


quarter 


gum 


(for sale) 


tionery* 


confectionery 


roasted 


and jellies' 



larmalades 7 baked beans 



million pounds 



soft 
drinks 



million 
gallons 



CANSIM 



3104 



3105 



3106 



3107 



3115 



3108 



3109 



3112 



3121 



1972 


40.48 


9.60 


190.06 


105.23 


48.51 


91.02 


16.48 


120.28 


300.43 


1973 


37.11 


8.12 


191.66 


106.56 


51.81 


80.28 


16.64 


126.58 


339.15 


1974 1 


9.09 


2.33 


55.79 


25.67 


10.81 


22.12 


4.24 


38.38 


70.55 


2 


9.54 


1.57 


53.00 


25.75 


11.56 


20.01 


4.42 


47.24 


85.05 


3 


9.18 


1.90 


34.72 


20.17 


11.57 




. . 


. . 


106.17 


4 


8.51 


2.20 


50.62 


34.52 


16.83 








82.21 



1975 1 



5.18 



4.57 



38.87 



27.64 



11.28 



70.34 



'Customs exports are adjusted to reflect actual physical movement of wheat flour from Canada. Data shown for the last current year are not so adjusted. 

Production is calculated as the sum of the current manufacturers' shipments and the net change in manufacturers' inventories from the previous months. Includes 
baking and frying oils and fats. 'Includes stocks held by manufacturers and other warehouses. 'Includes fresh sausage, frankfurters, weiners and all other sausage, 
includes solid, coated, bulk, packages and novelties. 7 The quarterly data on jams, jellies and marmalades which was previously collected on the basis of produc- 
tion will, starting with the first quarter of 1970, be collected on the basis of factory sales. Sources: Grain Milling Statistics (32-003), Oils and Fats (32-006), 
Quarterly Reports, Biscuits and Confectionery (32-016), Fruit and Vegetable Preparations (32-017) ond Miscellaneous Food Preparations (32-018), Monthly Produc- 
tion of Soft Drinks (32-001), Monthly Report, Meat and Meat Preparations, Statistics Canado. 



Table 10: sugar (million pounds) 







raw 


cane sugar 








refined 


sugar 






year 
and 
month 




production 






shipments 




stocks 






stocks, end 
of period 










. , 




acquisitions 


beet 


cane 


total 


beet 


cane 


total 


period 


CANSIM 


3153 


3154 


3151 


3152 


3157 


3158 


3159 


3160 


3161 


1973 




2,006.1 


365.1 


237.9 


2,125.3 


2,363.3 


292.3 


2,067.6 


2, 360. 3 


298.4 


1974 




1,998.9 


378.7 


199.3 


1,918.9 


2, 1 18. 


221.4 


1,799.1 


2,020.4 


318.3 


1973 


M 


224. 1 


160.4 




167.6 


167.6 


21. 9 


170.0 


192.0 


320.5 




J 


244.8 


208.9 




195.5 


795.5 


22.1 


177.6 


199.7 


316.3 




J 


18.3 


67.1 




157.8 


157.8 


32.0 


176.8 


208.9 


254.3 




A 


302.7 


180.9 




182.8 


182.8 


35.8 


193.6 


229.4 


205.9 




S 


155.6 


138.9 




191.5 


797. 5 


22.4 


190.2 


212.6 


166.2 




O 


291.6 


197.9 


92.8 


223.2 


376. J 


23.1 


186.7 


209.8 


264.6 




N 


319.5 


342.8 


87.3 


171.6 


258.9 


23.7 


190.0 


213.7 


288.8 




D 


181.7 


365.1 


50.9 


154.4 


205.3 


34.2 


158.4 


192.7 


298.4 


1974 


J 


196.0 


407.2 




149.6 


749.6 


18.9 


141.6 


160.4 


286.5 




F 


74.0 


285.4 




185.1 


785. 7 


18.0 


156.7 


174.7 


303.7 




M 


105.6 


237.2 




140.3 


740.3 


20.9 


125.0 


145.9 


2 95.9 




A 


158.9 


241.9 




144.4 


744.4 


17.9 


127.9 


145.8 


291.8 




M 


155.3 


252.5 




162.9 


762.9 


13.8 


157.1 


171.0 


269.5 




J 


82.8 


152.1 




180.9 


780.9 


15.5 


151.1 


766.7 


265.6 




J 


168.3 


182.5 




133.0 


733.0 


20.5 


175.0 


795.5 


185.1 




A 


225.0 


213.1 




178.4 


7 78.4 


22.0 


188.2 


270.0 


151.4 




S 


210.1 


215.2 




202.5 


202.5 


20.5 


180.9 


201.4 


142.0 







219.0 


224.0 


71.9 


202.4 


274.2 


18.0 


161.4 


7 79.4 


235.7 




N 


283.1 


340.5 


87.1 


159.4 


246.5 


24.4 


140.6 


765. 


301.1 




D 


120.8 


378.7 


40.3 


80.0 


120.2 


11.0 


93.6 


704.6 


318.3 


1975 


J 


80.6 


344.4 


52.2 


115.4 


120.6 


11.8 


116.6 


728.4 


312.4 




F 


51.8 


264.0 




100.5 


100.5 


20.7 


112.3 


733.0 


296.9 




M 


44.8 


170.2 




134.6 


134.6 


12.9 


133.6 


746.5 


271.1 




A 


154.4 


158.5 




162.2 


162.2 


16.4 


142.3 


758.8 


260.3 



Source: Sugar Situation (32-013), Statistics Canada. 



92 



July, 1975 



SECTION 10 
TABLE 1 



Table 1: value of retail trade by type of business (million dollars) 



year and general 

month grocery all other depart- mer- 

and combi- (ood ment chandise 

nation stores stores stores 



genera I 
stores 









auto- 








motive 






service 


parts and 




motor 


stations 


access- 


variety 


vehicle 


and 


ories 


stores 


dealers 1 


garages 


stores 



clothing stores 



family 



CANSIM* 
S.A. 



1973 
1974 



10,262.9 870.3 



5,055.0 1,470.7 887.2 



772.3 



8,303.3 3,595. 



918.6 



606.4 



745.0 



642.9 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1974 



1975 



J 


747.4 


71.1 


300.2 


85.0 


59.2 


44.6 


511.1 


236.7 


49.2 


40.6 


49.0 


40.9 


F 


729.3 


70.3 


277.6 


99.4 


56.5 


43.2 


564.4 


232.3 


45.0 


32.5 


39.9 


32.6 


M 


837.9 


72.4 


347.5 


108.4 


62.4 


51.2 


669.7 


253.6 


52.6 


38.8 


50.0 


42.9 


A 


782.6 


73.6 


381.0 


116.4 


65.6 


59.1 


787.3 


282.5 


73.7 


45.1 


57.1 


48.8 


M 


887.6 


74.1 


420.7 


126.1 


77.1 


65.4 


902.7 


313.5 


95.5 


51.5 


63.1 


52.0 


J 


872.5 


71.8 


414.5 


113.8 


78.4 


64.5 


791.2 


324.4 


90.1 


54.3 


61.5 


55.7 


J 


845.3 


70.0 


379.1 


105.7 


80.7 


62.8 


751.9 


348.1 


85.2 


47.6 


57.4 


47.8 


A 


945.0 


74.5 


401.4 


122.6 


84. 1 


66.7 


713.3 


347.6 


84.4 


44.2 


58.9 


53.4 


S 


838.1 


71.5 


423.2 


122.6 


75.8 


59.9 


628.0 


319.0 


86.7 


46.9 


67.8 


57.3 


O 


904.0 


71.7 


445.7 


138.3 


82.2 


62.9 


743.7 


333.1 


86.5 


54.0 


72.7 


60.7 


N 


930.1 


72.0 


536.7 


172.5 


80.0 


74.1 


655.7 


312.3 


87.2 


62.9 


72.2 


64.0 


D 


943.1 


77.3 


727.4 


159.8 


85.1 


117.9 


584.2 


291.9 


82.3 


88.0 


95.5 


86.8 


J 


905.6 


63.0 


323.3 


102.9 


63.7 


44.8 


565.4 


275.1 


55.6 


46.6 


56.8 


42.5 


F 


852.6 


63.1 


305.6 


103.8 


62.0 


47.1 


660.5 


256.2 


47.6 


35.7 


46.0 


34.6 


M 


919.5 


72.9 


383.5 


110.0 


66.9 


59.0 


725.2 


281.7 


58.4 


41.6 


60.0 


44.5 


A P 


925.7 


73.7 


432.1 


123.4 


68.1 


61.8 


861.0 


299. 1 


81.1 


48.0 


64.0 


48.0 



M.C.D. 



adjusted for seasonal variation 






1974 J 


797.6 


71.9 


396.6 


120.3 


66.8 


64.0 


662.7 


291.0 


73.2 


47.7 


62.6 


52.0 


F 


809.7 


73.3 


412.4 


126.9 


73.4 


63.7 


693.7 


297.9 


75.2 


47.7 


58.4 


51.7 


M 


812.0 


71.2 


410.1 


126.9 


69.5 


63.6 


649.2 


283.6 


68.1 


47.7 


57.0 


52.5 


A 


816.7 


72.0 


402.9 


121.2 


69.2 


63.9 


643.2 


278.8 


72.8 


45.2 


57.2 


51.2 


M 


830.9 


71. 1 


420.1 


123.8 


72.1 


63.0 


694.2 


281.8 


80.3 


50.2 


60.6 


50.5 


J 


845.0 


71.3 


436.9 


127.1 


72.9 


64.4 


700.5 


302.4 


75.4 


52.5 


61.9 


52.9 


J 


866.4 


72.3 


428.6 


125.2 


77.6 


65.0 


727.8 


311.3 


78.7 


53.5 


63.6 


53.6 


A 


898.1 


72.0 


423.4 


129.9 


74.6 


67.4 


820.5 


314.7 


78.9 


53.1 


63.0 


53.8 


S 


896.3 


73.6 


422.5 


124.6 


75.9 


64.6 


684.7 


314.6 


78.3 


51.6 


66.5 


55.0 





907.8 


75.3 


434.4 


122.9 


78.0 


64.6 


671.9 


312.1 


79.3 


52.4 


64.4 


54.3 


N 


906.7 


73.7 


424.2 


117.1 


77.9 


64.6 


686.0 


303.5 


74.4 


52.2 


64.1 


54.7 


D 


896.5 


74.3 


442.4 


114.9 


78.6 


64.3 


708.6 


301.7 


76.9 


51.5 


64.1 


57.2 


1975 J 


919.5 


63.3 


426.6 


144.6 


70.1 


63.6 


711.2 


332.4 


82.7 


54.5 


71.9 


54.6 


F 


947. 1 


65.8 


446.7 


132.5 


80.6 


69.6 


812.3 


328.4 


79.5 


52.5 


67.2 


55.0 


M 


933.8 


72.0 


458.7 


125.6 


76.3 


75.2 


695.7 


325.1 


76.1 


50.8 


69.1 


55.0 


A P 


947.0 


71.9 


463.2 


131.8 


71.1 


67.6 


708.3 


291.2 


80.0 


49.5 


65.5 


51.7 



'Excludes used car dealers. 
*CANSIM identification numbers 



be added to the tables when they become available. 



93 



SECTION 10 
TABLE 1 - Concl. 



July, 1975 



Table 1: value of retail trade by type of business (million dollars) 



year and 
month 



shoe stores 



hardware 
stores 



pharmacies, 

patent 
furniture and medicines book and 

appliance and stationery 

stores cosmetics stores 



florists 



jewelry 


sporting 
goods and 


all other 2 


stores 


accessories 


stores 



total 



CANSIM* 
S. A. 



1973 
1974 



M.C.D. 



425.4 



528.6 



1,209.6 



1,304.0 178.4 



161.8 



385.0 



423.8 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



includes used car dealers and personal accessories stores. Source: Retail Trade (63*005), Statistics Canada. 

*CANSIM identification numbers will be added to the tables when they become available. 



5,822.5 44,568.9 



1974 J 


26.4 


31.0 


86.7 


95.8 


12.6 


10.6 


20.3 


31.0 


361.7 


2,911.1 


F 


19.7 


28.1 


82.7 


94.0 


12.1 


11.6 


20.0 


23.0 


358.7 


2,872.8 


M 


27.5 


32.7 


94.2 


103.5 


13.2 


11.1 


22.4 


26.4 


421.7 


3,340.2 


A 


35.4 


39.0 


95.0 


104.6 


12.7 


15.4 


25.2 


32.4 


441.9 


3,574.4 


M 


39.9 


53.4 


107.7 


110.5 


13.7 


19.4 


30.2 


45.9 


497.3 


4,047.1 


J 


37.9 


53.6 


97.6 


107.4 


12.5 


13.5 


30.1 


44.8 


491.2 


3,881.5 


J 


31.6 


48.6 


98.0 


107.1 


12.2 


11.3 


26.7 


40.3 


498.1 


3,755.7 


A 


36.3 


47.0 


106.6 


110.3 


15.2 


11.6 


29.3 


38.5 


522.9 


3,913.9 


S 


39.8 


44.0 


107.5 


105.9 


16.2 


11.9 


29.0 


32.9 


457.8 


3,641.9 





40.7 


45.9 


110.8 


114.1 


14.5 


12.7 


26.9 


30.9 


499.8 


3,951.7 


N 


46.0 


48.1 


111.1 


108.0 


16.7 


12.3 


36.1 


31.6 


551.9 


4,081.6 


D 


44.2 


57.2 


111.9 


142.7 


26.8 


20.7 


88.7 


46.1 


719.5 


4,597.1 


1975 J 


27.1 


33.2 


92.3 


108.9 


16.4 


11.0 


22.3 


31.3 


393.3 


3,281.1 


F 


21.0 


29.7 


85.1 


104.5 


13.4 


13.3 


20.3 


27.7 


391.8 


3,221.8 


M 


29.1 


33.1 


92.8 


110.5 


14.3 


16.7 


24.2 


28.8 


468.2 


3,640.9 


A P 


36.8 


40.5 


98.7 


107.0 


13.8 


13.8 


26.7 


33.4 


496.6 


3,953.1 



1974 J 


35.2 


41.5 


106.2 


99.6 


12.7 


12.6 


31.0 


36.6 


459.4 


3,537.0 


F 


35.7 


44.8 


108.5 


101.9 


14.4 


13.1 


30.7 


35.1 


462.8 


3,642.5 


M 


36.0 


42.6 


102.0 


103.4 


12.1 


13.4 


30.9 


33.4 


458.0 


3,552.6 


A 


34.0 


43.3 


100.8 


103.9 


13.7 


14.2 


30.9 


30.9 


463.9 


3,515.1 


M 


34.9 


43.6 


102.6 


106.3 


13.8 


13.1 


33.3 


33.0 


478.6 


3,656.4 


J 


36.8 


44.7 


103.5 


109.7 


13.6 


12.5 


32.5 


32.9 


491.3 


3,742.0 


J 


38.4 


44.7 


99.0 


109.6 


15.8 


14.0 


32.3 


35.0 


489.0 


3,809.6 


A 


38.1 


45.0 


103.5 


114.3 


15.3 


13.8 


33.1 


37.1 


506.8 


3,925.6 


S 


36.0 


44.0 


101.4 


110.5 


15.5 


13.6 


32.1 


36.0 


481.9 


3,777.9 





35.4 


44.1 


98.8 


110.9 


15.9 


13.7 


32.8 


38.4 


495.5 


3,783.9 


N 


34.3 


44.4 


97.4 


114. 1 


16.4 


13.8 


32.6 


38.2 


511.4 


3,794.6 


D 


32.3 


45.2 


94.6 


119.8 


18.2 


14.0 


32.6 


39.6 


509.2 


3,830.6 


1975 J 


36.7 


44.0 


109.9 


111.7 


16.4 


12.8 


33.8 


37.1 


486.9 


3,891.2 


F 


38.0 


47.4 


111.9 


113.4 


16.0 


15.1 


31.1 


42.2 


506.4 


4,086.5 


M 


39.1 


44.1 


100.7 


110.5 


13.2 


20.8 


35.2 


36.8 


525.8 


3,952.2 


A P 


36.2 


44.8 


104.2 


108.0 


14.9 


12.7 


31.8 


32.2 


520.0 


3,896.3 



94 



1975 



SECTION 10 
TABLE 1. 1 







Table 1 


. 1 : value of reta i 


trade by province and selected metropolitan 


areas (million dollars) 




year 
and 
month Nf Id. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N. B. Que. 


Ont. Man. Sask. Alta. B.C. 


Yukon 

and 

N.W. T. Montreal Toronto 


Winnipeg Vancouver 


CANSIM* 
S. A. 



1973 
1974 



843.3 208.2 1,444.6 1,141.4 11,200.6 16,564.1 1,988.6 1,903.9 3,734.3 5,428.6 111.2 5,236.1 5,771.2 1,206.8 2,671.2 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1974 


J 


52.8 


13.3 


90.7 


70.4 


731.2 


1,101.7 


130.6 


117.2 


238.4 


357.8 


7.0 


362.8 


393.9 


83.1 


181.5 




F 


53.0 


12.8 


89.3 


70.5 


717.3 


1,076.7 


130.0 


115.3 


236.7 


363.7 


7.3 


346.5 


387.3 


81.9 


183.4 




M 


60.9 


15.7 


109.6 


87.8 


844.3 


1,238.7 


148.4 


135.7 


271.1 


419.5 


8.5 


404.6 


443.9 


93.0 


207.8 




A 


66.4 


16.2 


113.8 


93.1 


917.8 


1,323.9 


160.1 


163.6 


293.0 


418.6 


7.9 


429.7 


469.3 


96.3 


202.2 




M 


76.5 


18.9 


126.5 


104.2 


,065.4 


,487.1 


179.5 


170.7 


332.5 


476.4 


9.2 


493.4 


524.4 


106.3 


229.6 




J 


73.9 


17.9 


127.0 


101.6 


980.4 


1,433.5 


172.9 


166.3 


328.8 


469.9 


9.3 


449.0 


497.2 


102.2 


225.9 




J 


72.7 


19.8 


126.2 


98.5 


927.3 


1,383.2 


166.7 


167.6 


319.0 


464.8 


9.7 


401.8 


465.5 


96.6 


218.3 




A 


75.0 


20.5 


132.4 


103.4 


953.2 


1,436.6 


176.6 


175.8 


338.8 


491.2 


10.4 


415.0 


465.9 


105.2 


231.3 




S 


68.2 


18.0 


113.9 


92.8 


909.3 


,362.5 


162.7 


151.2 


307.9 


446.3 


9.3 


417.1 


473.0 


100.1 


219.5 




O 


75.8 


18.6 


126.0 


102.0 


,009.1 


1,461.5 


175.7 


175.4 


331.6 


465.3 


10.7 


469.0 


503.5 


105.1 


232.7 




N 


78.8 


17.4 


133.7 


102.1 


,014.8 


,531.8 


184.2 


178.0 


339.4 


491.7 


9.8 


492.0 


544.4 


111.8 


246.4 




D 


89.2 


19.1 


155.4 


114.9 


,130.5 


1,726.9 


201.3 


187.1 


397.2 


563.4 


12.1 


555.1 


602.8 


125.2 


292.5 


1975 


J 


59.3 


13.3 


105.1 


84.1 


809.8 


,246.6 


139.9 


136.7 


284.4 


393.5 


8.3 


397.8 


444.5 


82.4 


198.4 




F 


61.4 


13.7 


102. 8 


82.8 


818.3 


,190.7 


140.8 


133.7 


278.9 


390.2 


8.6 


402.6 


425.8 


82.8 


200.8 




M 


69.6 


15.8 


118.8 


92.2 


939.5 


,325.8 


156.9 


149.3 


315.3 


447.8 


10.0 


457.6 


469.6 


93.9 


224.8 




A P 


74.7 


18.8 


132.4 


102.5 


,009.5 


,453.7 


173.0 


163.1 


337.1 


478.8 


9.6 


481.1 


500.5 


103.0 


238.2 
















adju 


»ted for seasonal variation 














M.C. 


D. 


3 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


3 


2 


1 


2 










1974 


J 


71.8 


17.8 


113.9 


91.0 


912.0 


,312.3 


157.8 


147.3 


286.8 


428.2 


8.6 












F 


68.6 


17.3 


114.5 


94.4 


921.1 


,342.5 


161. 1 


147.5 


306.2 


449.9 


9.1 














M 


65.9 


16.9 


118.3 


93.6 


877.1 


,329.8 


160.6 


145.7 


293.2 


441.6 


8.8 














A 


66.4 


16.8 


117.7 


92.8 


882.8 


,276.0 


160.4 


151.1 


296.9 


435.9 


8.5 














M 


67.9 


18.0 


120.7 


93.8 


914.3 


,363.3 


161.6 


154.8 


307.1 


450.8 


8.9 














J 


66.2 


15.8 


119.7 


92.1 


930.1 


,397.6 


168.3 


159.3 


316.1 


461.2 


8.2 














J 


74.6 


16.9 


120.6 


93.6 


960.4 


,400.4 


170.4 


176.8 


328.3 


461.3 


8.9 














A 


72.1 


18.2 


127.3 


99.4 


990.6 


,475.3 


173.2 


169.8 


327.3 


468.6 


9.5 














S 


70.5 


18.5 


116.2 


96.2 


953.8 


,407.7 


168.1 


160.2 


313.3 


457.1 


9.6 

















72.6 


18.0 


122.5 


97.9 


951.1 


,427.8 


166.2 


158.4 


313.1 


456.9 


10.7 














N 


73.9 


17.2 


124.1 


95.3 


953.9 


,421.2 


168.8 


164.7 


313.4 


458.4 


9.7 














D 


73.5 


17.4 


127.0 


100.9 


962.2 


,412.7 


170.2 


161.7 


328.6 


460.3 


10.7 












1975 


J 


78.5 


17.5 


129.2 


107.5 


993.0 


,444.1 


169.9 


171.7 


335.1 


459.2 


10.1 














F 


79.4 


18.4 


131.9 


111.0 1 


,051.4 


,485.2 


174.4 


171.3 


360.8 


482.3 


10.6 














M 


76.3 


17.1 


129.2 


98.1 


986.6 


,450.4 


171.5 


165.4 


350.8 


482.1 


10.7 














A P 


77.2 


19.6 


137.9 


103.8 


981.4 


,405.2 


173.5 


151.6 


339.1 


497.6 


10.0 













Source: Retail Trade (63*005), Statistics Canada. 

*CANSIM identification numbers will be added tothe tables when they become available. 



95 



SECT 


"ION 


10 


























July, 1975 


TABLES 2 and 3 






































Table 


2: depa 


rtment store 


sales anc 


stocks' 


(million dc 


liars) 






















men's & 










home f 


jrnishings, 






year 




tota 


1 all 


ladies' 


apparel 


boys' 


cl othing, 


foe 


d & 


piece 


goods, 


furniture, 


all 


other 


and 
month 




departments 


6V accessories 


furnish 


ng & shoes 


kindred 


products 


linens& domestics 


radio & 


appl iances 


depa 


rtments 


sales 


stocks 


sales 


stocks 


sales 


stocks 


sales 


stocks 


sales 


stocks 


sales 


stocks 


sales 


stocks 


CANSIM 


3279 


3280 


3281 


3282 


3283 


3284 


3285 


3286 


3287 


3288 


3289 


3290 


3295 


3296 


1973 




4.316.3 


1,026.7 


974.8 


198.1 


554.4 


141.7 


219.4 


10.4 


162.8 


58.1 


895.8 


254.8 


1,508.7 


363.6 


1974 




5,064.0, 


1,295.2 1 


,117. 3, 


242.9 


636. 9r 


172.7 


255. Or 


15.4 


187.6 


65.9 1 


,060.6 r 


333.6 


1,806.4, 


464.8 


1973 


A 


329.5 


990.7 


73.4 


220.2 


37.4 


155.0 


17.4 


9.2 


12.9 


49.4 


76.9 


197.0 


111.4 


359.9 




S 


372.4 


937.6 


92.9 


210.5 


48.3 


154.5 


17.0 


11.5 


14.9 


47.1 


84.6 


175.5 


114.7 


338.5 







373.9 


1, 130.0 


87.4 


251.0 


47.3 


194.5 


19.0 


12.5 


14.1 


57.3 


89.1 


2 05.9 


117.0 


4 08.9 




N 


484.6 


1,2)8.5 


113.3 


260.7 


69.5 


194.6 


21.3 


17.3 


16.5 


59.6 


94.2 


226.3 


169.7 


459.9 




D 


650.6 


1,026.7 


139.3 


198.1 


94.7 


141.7 


28.1 


10.4 


19.2 


58.1 


97.0 


254.8 


272.4 


363.6 


1974 


J 


295.5 


983.2 


57.2 


189.6 


30.8 


139.6 


16.2 


9.6 


15.8 


52.8 


80.1 


222.5 


95.3 


369.2 




F 


278. 1 


1, 108.2 


58.4 


230.2 


30.2 


161.1 


16.7 


10.8 


10.8 


61.6 


67.7 


249.8 


94.2 


395.1 




M 


347.8 


1,202.4 


80.3 


246.9 


42.0 


175.7 


19.7 


12.4 


13.8 


66.2 


78.1 


271.8 


113.9 


429.4 




A r 


383.0 


1,266.4 


88.8 


253.2 


48.7 


189.0 


21.6 


11.4 


13.8 


65.3 


79.3 


293.7 


130.9 


453.8 




M 


420.8 


1,360, 


92.4 


260.4 


50.3 


198.6 


20.7 


1 1.4 


15.8 


73.2 


87.0 


316.3 


154.5 


500.1 




J 


412.6 


1, 244. 1 


88,3 


224.7 


56.4 


168.9 


18.7 


11. 1 


14.9 


68.4 


81.2 


307.9 


153.1 


463.2 




J 


378.3 


1,297.6 


75.2 


253.5 


40.6 


173.0 


18.2 


11.6 


15.2 


67.7 


87.6 


310.2 


141.5 


481.8 




A 


403.0 


1,358 3 


90.2 


271.6 


48.0 


198.2 


21.7 


13.0 


15.2 


71.5 


85.9 


309.1 


142.0 


494.9 




S 


422.7 


7,276.8 


106.2 


250.7 


55.0 


192.5 


19.8 


12.8 


17.3 


61.6 


90.1 


284.8 


134.3 


474.4 







444. 1 


7,575.7 


105.8 


311.4 


56.8 


237.6 


23.4 


16.7 


15.9 


74.8 


95.2 


335.8 


147.0 


599.4 




N 


544.7 


7,567. 7 


122.8 


310.3 


75.6 


223.9 


26.1 


19.2 


18.1 


71.5 


107.2 


343.1 


194.9 


593.8 




D 


733.4 


7,295.2 


151.7 


242.9 


102.5 


172.7 


32.2 


15.4 


21.0 


65.9 


121.2 


333.6 


304.8 


464.8 


1975 


J 


323.9 


7, 755.8 


61.3 


211.1 


32.6 


157.2 


19.8 


12.5 


16.9 


59.3 


84.9 


288.1 


108.6 


427.7 




F 


306.8 


1,272.9 


65.5 


252.7 


34.3 


177.9 


19.6 


15.5 


11.7 


65.0 


70.2 


317.3 


105.5 


456.3 




M 


384. 1 


1,314.5 


89.4 


259.7 


47.4 


188.0 


24.5 


12.8 


14.3 


63.8 


80.6 


317.8 


127.9 


482.0 




A 


432. 7 


1,528.8 


99.2 


312.2 


52.7 


214.2 


27.9 


14.5 


15.9 


69.8 


81.7 


316.4 


154.7 


601.6 



'Department store stocks at end of period at selling value. The sales and stocks data are revised series based on the results of the 1961 Census of Merchan- 
dising and Service Establishments. Source: Department Store Sales and Stocks (63-002), Statistics Canada. 

Table 3: value of wholesale sales', based on the 1960 SIC, revised to the 1966 census base (million dollars) 



















all trades 


























:onsumer 


goods tra 


des 














; trades 






































































and 






/chicles. 






house- 


















news- 




month 




and auto- 






hold 


tobacco, 










con- 






print, 








motive 


drugs 


clothing 


, elec- 


confec- 










struc- 




industria 


paper 








parts 


& drug 


foot- 


trical 


tionery 










tion 


farm 


& transp. 


& paper 








& acces- 


sun- 


wear & 


appli- 


8. soft 




hard- 




coal 


mote- 


machi- 


equip. & 


prod- 


iron & 




total 


total 2 


sories 


dries 


textiles 


ances 


drinks 


foods 


ware 


total ! 


& coke 


rials 


nery 


supplies 


ucts 


steel 


CANSIM 7260 


7261 7289 


7264 


7290 


7268 


7269 


7291 


7274 


7276 


7277 


72 92 


72 81 


7282 


72 84 


7286 


1973 


34,081 


76, 736 


2,902 


755 


1, 147 


802 


1, 182 


6,513 


755 


77,945 


43 


5,256c 


1,259 


3,168 


519 


1,758 


1974 


43,210 


78,866 


3,446 


892 


1,343 


897 


1,343 


7,638 


904 


24, 344 


70 


6,156 


1,607 


3,888 


694 


2,736 


1973 


S 2,854.7 


7,358.8 


2 02.2 


63.5 


111.1 


76.8 


100.3 


545.6 


65.4 


7,495.9 


4.3 


487.8 


86.5 


259.4 


40.1 


158.4 




3,208.7 


7, 586.2 


298.1 


75.1 


117.7 


98.8 


103.7 


592.1 


80.3 


7,622.5 


1. 9 


502.9 


151.4 


288.7 


46.7 


178.5 




N3, 740.2 


7, 547.9 


311.6 


74.4 


95.1 


87.5 


109.8 


583.0 


79.1 


7,598.3 


4.2 


475.1 


55.6 


271.2 


51.5 


184.2 




D2,87I. I 


7,390.6 


253.3 


66.0 


68.7 


87.8 


112.7 


571.9 


59.1 


1,480.5 


6.9 


433.3 


60.7 


296.6 


48.5 


145.1 


1974 


J 2,868. 7 


7,270.3 


198. 1 


64.9 


88.2 


69.6 


97.6 


541.0 


54.5 


1, 598. 4 


2.2 


419.1 


84.2 


250.1 


57.4 


180.2 




F3,074.4 


7, 355.3 


221.1 


68.6 


122.3 


51.5 


106.6 


536.9 


71.3 


7,659.2 


3.5 


432.7 


90.1 


265.6 


55.4 


168.4 




M 3, 53 7.6 


7,509.3 


277.3 


82.0 


133.6 


73.8 


116.1 


573.8 


67.5 


2,022.3 


2.7 


512.8 


103.9 


278.2 


61.4 


212.2 




A 3, 392. 8 


7,473,3 


282.3 


72.2 


93.7 


66.7 


96.5 


601.8 


75.6 


1,979.5 


3.3 


498.2 


154.5 


296.7 


53.1 


287.5 




M 4, 350.6 


7,676 7 


357.1 


63.3 


96.5 


74.4 


107.6 


677.9 


88.6 


2,673.9 


5.4 


603.4 


195.2 


360.4 


62.0 


230.5 




J 3, 938. 8 


7,622.4 


352.0 


70.9 


100.3 


70.8 


109.2 


640.0 


79.7 


2,3)6.4 


9.2 


557.4 


99.9 


348.5 


53.7 


268.7 




J 3,877,5 


7,650 6 


312.6 


68.6 


117.4 


66.6 


120.8 


684.4 


63.0 


2, 766.9 


7.6 


574.1 


228.2 


319.2 


63.3 


243.9 




A 3, 639. 7 


7, 599 7 


240.1 


80.2 


138.4 


73.4 


107.9 


673.3 


76.9 


2, 040. 6 


5.2 


553.2 


153.1 


332.0 


57.6 


257.3 




S 3,849. 7 


7, 684. 8 


266.6 


78.8 


137.9 


76.5 


123.3 


676.5 


86.4 


2, 164.3 


4.7 


598.8 


122.8 


346.5 


57.3 


258.0 




3,856.6 


7,797.6 


333.5 


87.4 


134.4 


97.5 


105.1 


699.0 


99.5 


2, 059. 


5.0 


528.4 


214.1 


375.3 


60.7 


256.2 




N 3, 704. 9 


7, 672. 7 


330.3 


72.9 


110.4 


75.7 


135.7 


670.4 


77.2 


2, 032. 8 


5.8 


473.3 


83.0 


327.4 


57.5 


209.2 




D 3,245.5 


7,554.6 


275.4 


82.5 


70.3 


100.4 


116.4 


663.5 


63.8 


7,690.9 


15.2 


405.1 


77.8 


388.6 


54.9 


164.2 


1975 


J 3,058.9 


1, 355.7 


193.2 


82.2 


76.4 


69.6 


107.9 


597.5 


58.0 


1,703.2 


6.3 


378.9 


114.1 


371.7 


68.9 


170.5 




F3, 772.6 


7,477.5 


232.9 


76.8 


107.8 


54.8 


123.9 


613.7 


75.8 


1,701. 1 


6.9 


378.3 


140.0 


347.6 


64.5 


158.9 




M 3, 644.0 


7,623.3 


292.8 


87.1 


118.9 


66.7 


119.3 


653.6 


70.3 


2, 020. 7 


7.7 


396.1 


131.3 


381.1 


67.4 


179.1 




A 3, 650. 5 


7,757.3 


348.0 


85.1 


98.5 


70.9 


129.4 


716.4 


73.4 


1,899.2 


7.4 


466.3 


198.4 


415.4 


52.8 


206.1 



'Data cover wholesale merchants only and do not include the business transactions of manufacturers' sales branches, primary product dealers, petroleun 
bulk tank stations and agents and brokers. 'Components do not add to totals since some trodes are not shown in this table. Sources: Wholesale Trade (63-515) 

and (63-008), Statistics Canada. 



96 



July, 1975 



SECTION 10 
TABLES 4 and 5 



Table 4: chartered banks' general loans outstanding (million dollars) 



personal loans 



loans to formers 



business loans 3 



end of against 

period marke- home 

table impro- 

secu- vement all 

rities 1 loans other 2 



total 



farm 
impro- 
vement 
loons all other total 



total 
industry 



public 
utilities, 
trans- 
porta- 
tion and 
commu- 
nication 



construc- 
tion con- merchan- other 
tractors disers 4 business total 



loans 
to insti- 
tutions 5 



total 

general 

loans 6 



B 



1406 



1407 



1408 



1405 



1410 



1411 



1409 



1013 



1025 



1027 



1028 



1029 



1401 



1412 



1400 



1973 




923 


40 


8,878 


9,841 


452 


1,552 


2,004 


6,523 1 


,240 


1974 




822 


43 


10,817 


11,682 


457 


1,838 


2,295 


7,707 1 


,412 


1973 





954 


41 


8,773 


9,768 


452 


1,473 


1,925 


_ 


_ 




N 


939 


40 


8,776 


9,755 


455 


1,523 


1,978 


- 


- 




D 


923 


40 


8,878 


9,841 


452 


1,552 


2,004 


6,523 1 


,240 


1974 


J 


884 


40 


8,883 


9.807 


460 


1,491 


1,951 


_ 


_ 




F 


872 


38 


8,998 


9,908 


447 


1,479 


1,926 


- 


- 




M 


899 


41 


9,264 


10,204 


44 


1,518 


1,958 


6,766 1 


,243 




A 


943 


40 


9,594 


10,577 


439 


1,532 


1,971 


- 


- 




M 


861 


42 


9,812 


10,715 


441 


1,567 


2,008 


- 


- 




J 


859 


44 


10,034 


10,937 


447 


1,615 


2.061 


7, 147 1 


,129 




J 


875 


43 


10,189 


11, 107 


445 


1,726 


2, 172 


- 


- 




A 


814 


43 


10,259 


11, 117 


448 


1,721 


2, 169 


- 


- 




S 


819 


43 


10,410 


11,271 


458 


1,704 


2, 162 


7,311 1 


,217 







807 


44 


10,607 


11,458 


455 


1,745 


2,200 


_ 


- 




N 


847 


43 


10,559 


11,451 


445 


1,774 


2.219 


- 


- 




D 


822 


43 


10,817 


11,682 


457 


1,838 


2.295 


7,707 1 


,412 


1975 


J 


791 


41 


1 0, 924 


11,757 


449 


1,746 


2. 194 


_ 


_ 




F 


831 


41 


11,036 


11,907 


443 


1,715 


2. 158 


- 


- 




M 


832 


44 


11,116 


1 1, 992 


436 


1,721 


2, 157 


7,826 1 


,303 




A 


814 


44 


11,391 


12,249 


437 


1,781 


2.219 


- 


- 



1,354 



1,018 



1,146 



1,305 



1,344 



1,354 



1,423 



2,730 5,623 17.135 415 
3,363 6,732 20,568 457 



2,730 5,623 



3,167 5,905 



3,438 6,201 



3,424 6,573 



3,363 6,732 



76. 577 377 

76, 900 387 
77,735 415 



17.248 
77.829 

78, 226 

79, 787 

78, 975 
79,279 
79,563 

79, 924 
79,869 
79, 994 
20, 820 
20. 568 



404 
411 
422 
435 
419 
428 
403 
410 
413 
431 
452 
457 



20,468 459 

20,828 461 

3,605 6,804 20,960 450 

21,482 455 



29. 396 
35. 002 

28. 582 
29.021 

29. 396 

29,409 

30. 074 
30.810 
32, 765 
32. 777 

32. 647 

33. 245 
33.619 
33,716 

34. 083 
34.941 

35. 002 

34, 878 
35, 353 
35. 558 
36. 405 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding and partiol revisions. "Fully secured by marketable bonds and stocks. Excludes loans to finance 

the purchase of Canada Savings Bonds. ^Includes loans on the security of household property. 3 Not available on a monthly basis. 'Includes loons to finance com- 
panies which are affiliates of retail merchandisers. 'Religious, educational, health and welfare institutions. 'Differs from general loans in Section 13, Table 2 
by the exclusion of loans to instalment finance companies. Sources: Bank of Canada Review and Dept. of Finance. 

Table 5: retail trade 1 - consumer credit outstanding — by kind of business — (million dollars) 





total 
retail trade 


food group 




genera 


merchandise group 






automotive 


group 


end of 
period 


grocery 
and other 
food stores 


department 
stores 


general 

merchandi 

stores 


se general 
stores 


variety 
stores 


motor 

vehicle 

dealers 


garages 
and service 
stations 


all other 

automotive 

businesses 


CANSIM 


652275 


652276 


652277 


652278 


652279 


652280 


652281 


652282 


652283 


1973 
1974 

1974 1 
2 
3 

4 


1 , 984 . 3 

2,162.8 

1,864.0 
1,892.6 
1,914.2 
2, 162.8 


62.5 
74.2 

59.0 
70.9 
70.8 
74.2 


960.7 

1,062.2 

872.8 

891.6 

912.4 

1,062.2 


23.3 
25.8 

20.3 
21.5 
22.3 
25.8 


52.4 
58.5 

49.6 
60.1 
62.1 
58.5 


33.4 
37.1 

29.9 
31.0 
31.7 
37.1 


77.2 
67.2 

68.4 
74.5 
67.6 
67.2 


80.9 
86.8 

81.1 
85.6 
89.9 
86.8 


102.9 

120.2 

99.1 
110.6 
116.3 
120.2 



1975 1 



2,018.0 



60.4 



979.4 



21.2 



51.7 



33.9 



72.7 



88.0 



112.0 







apparel and 


accessory group 




hardware 


& home furn 


ishing group 




other retail stores group 














furniture, 


all other 








end of 


men's 






all other 




TV, radio 


and hardware 








period 


and boys' 


women's 


family 


apparel and 




household 


and home 










clothing 


clothing 


clothing 


accessories 


hardware 


appliances 


furnishings 










stores 


stores 


stores 


stores 


stores 


stores 


stores 


fuel dea 


ers jewellery 


all other retail 


CANSIM 


652284 


652285 


652286 


652287 


652288 


652289 


652290 


652291 


652292 


652293 


1973 


44.8 


33.8 


44.7 


20.6 


34.6 


182.9 


20.0 


136.7 


26.6 


46.5 


1974 


47.4 


34.3 


45.4 


21.8 


40.8 


188.4 


20.0 


154.6 


28.5 


49.6 


1974 1 


38.7 


30.6 


38.9 


19.2 


31.1 


178.9 


19.0 


160.8 


19.0 


47.7 


2 


40.7 


31.0 


39.1 


22.5 


37.1 


174.6 


19.8 


112.1 


20.6 


49.3 


3 


38.5 


32.8 


40.9 


28.7 


36.7 


180.7 


19.7 


93.5 


19.7 


49.9 


4 


47.4 


34.3 


45.4 


21.8 


40.8 


188.4 


20.0 


154.6 


28.5 


49.6 



1975 1 



42.0 



31.7 



38.5 



19.5 



33.5 



177.0 



18.7 



171.9 



19.7 



46.2 



'All retail trade data in this table are included in table 6. 



Source: Consumer Credit (61-004), Statistics Canada. 



97 



SECTION 10 




























July, 1975 1 


TABLE 6 






































Tabl 


e 6: consumer crec 


it' balances outs 


landing: 


selected holders (mi 


Ilions of dollars) 














sales finance 
































and consumer 


























end o 






oan companies 






life 








other 




credit 




















insurance 


furniture 


retai 1 




unions 




trust 




perioc 






personal 


chartered Quebec 


com- 




and 


sub- 


dealers' 


other 


and 


public 


and 








instalment cash 


loans 


banks' 


savings 


panies' 


depart- 


appli- 


total: 


accounts 


credit- 


caisses 


utilities 


mortgage 








financing 2 

i ti 


other 4 


personal 


bank's 

l„___6 


policy 


ment 


ances 


monthly 


re- 
ceivable 


card 


popu- 


com- 


com- 










smai t 


loans 


loans 


loans 


stores 


stores 


reporters 


issuers 


lates 


panies 


panies 


total 


CANSIM 


3450 


3448 


3449 


3414 


3415 


3416 


3417 


3418 


342 


3447 


3423 


3441 


3456 


652362 


3424 


S. A. 




3452 


3443 


3444 


3430 




3432 


3433 


3434 


3436 


3451 


3439 


3445 


3454 




3440 


1973 




1,151 


341 


1,421 


8,878 


36 


884 


961 


183 


13,854 


841 


249 


2,420 


243 


82 


17,688 


1974 




1,198 


298 


1,507 


10,817 


44 


1,061 

unad 


1,062 

usted for 


188 

seasonal 


16,175 

variation 


912 


274 


2,762 


268 


145 


20,539 


1973 


A 


1,105 


347 


1,388 


8,434 


36 


851 


784 


167 


13,111 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




S 


1,115 


342 


1,396 


8,615 


37 


861 


803 


170 


13,340 


733 


251 


2,341 


184 


74 


16,922 







1,138 


337 


1,400 


8,774 


37 


869 


825 


175 


13,556 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




N 


1,154 


336 


1,411 


8,776 


37 


877 


861 


178 


13,630 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




D 


1,151 


341 


1,421 


8,878 


36 


884 


961 


183 


13,854 


841 


249 


2,420 


243 


82 


17,688 


1974 


J 


1,138 


335 


1,417 


8,883 


36 


888 


949 


181 


13,828 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




F 


1,140 


331 


1,425 


8,998 


37 


900 


902 


179 


13,911 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




M 


1,144 


326 


1,436 


9,264 


37 


909 


873 


179 


14,167 


812 


229 


2,462 


298 


105 


18,073 




A 


1,165 


325 


1,457 


9,594 


39 


917 


900 


174 


14,570 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




M 


1,185 


319 


1,483 


9,812 


40 


938 


895 


174 


14,846 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




J 


1,207 


317 


1,496 


1 0, 034 


41 


962 


892 


175 


15,124 


826 


250 


2,665 


239 


127 


19,230 




J 


1,221 


315 


1,506 


10,189 


42 


981 


890 


175 


15,320 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




A 


1,230 


313 


1,509 


10,260 


43 


998 


890 


176 


15,419 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




S 


1,227 


306 


1,506 


10,410 


44 


1,013 


912 


181 


15,599 


821 


279 


2,745 


212 


139 


19,795 







1,231 


298 


1,500 


10,607 


44 


1,029 


940 


184 


15,833 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




N 


1,218 


294 


1,507 


10,560 


44 


1,049 


972 


187 


15,830 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




D 


1,198 


298 


1,507 


10,817 


44 


1,061 


1,062 


188 


16,175 


912 


274 


2,762 


271 


145 


20,539 


1975 


J 


1,167 


290 


1,497 


10,924 


43 


1,070 


1,040 


184 


16,216 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 




F 


1,150 


285 


1,493 


11,036 


44 


1,078 


996 


181 


16,260 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




M 


1,124 


. 279 


1,491 


11,116 


46 


1,091 


979 


177 


16,302, 


862 


267 


2,810 


326 


163 


20,730 




A 


1,117 


275 


1,494 


11,391 


48 


1,096 


974 


178 


16,567 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



M. CD. 



adjusted for seasonal variation 
113 1 



1973 


A 


1,084 


344 


1,370 


8,372 


36 


848 


828 


168 


13,050 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




S 


1,100 


342 


1,381 


8,519 


37 


857 


832 


170 


13,238 


764 


236 


2,320 


231 


74 


16,864 







1,113 


339 


1,393 


8,688 


37 


865 


841 


174 


13,450 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




N 


1,134 


337 


1,400 


8,766 


37 


874 


845 


175 


13,568 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




D 


1,145 


335 


1,410 


8,865 


36 


884 


855 


178 


13,708 


791 


243 


2,388 


231 


82 


17,443 


1974 


J 


1,157 


333 


1,447 


9,037 


36 


891 


892 


177 


13,970 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 




F 


1,169 


331 


1,461 


9,224 


37 


903 


894 


179 


14,198 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




M 


1,184 


328 


1,456 


9,450 


37 


912 


885 


181 


14,433 


812 


247 


2,523 


240 


105 


18,359 




A 


1,193 


327 


1,472 


9,668 


39 


920 


911 


176 


14,707 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




M 


1,193 


321 


1,469 


9,757 


40 


941 


911 


176 


14,808 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




J 


1,198 


319 


1,472 


9,858 


41 


963 


915 


178 


14,942 


845 


253 


2,650 


261 


127 


1 9, 078 




J 


1,200 


315 


1,485 


10,051 


42 


980 


931 


178 


15,182 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




A 


1,208 


311 


1,490 


10,182 


43 


996 


940 


178 


15,348 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




S 


1,207 


306 


1,494 


10,293 


44 


1,010 


945 


181 


15,479 


857 


263 


2,712 


263 


139 


19,713 




O 


1,206 


300 


1,496 


10,504 


44 


1,025 


957 


182 


15,715 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




N 


1,198 


295 


1,502 


10,553 


44 


1,046 


954 


184 


15,776 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




D 


1,191 


293 


1,505 


10,812 


44 


1,060 


945 


182 


16,032 


859 


267 


2,746 


261 


145 


20,309 


1975 


J 


1,183 


288 


1,522 


11,113 


43 


1,074 


972 


180 


16,376 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 




F 


1,178 


284 


1,527 


11,319 


44 


1,081 


982 


180 


16,595 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




M 


1, 157 r 


280 


1,510 


11,343 


46 


1,095 


994 


179 


16,603 r 


864 


288 


2,878 


265 


163 


21,061 




A 


1,142 


276 


1,508 


11,483 


48 


1,100 


984 


176 


16,717 















Note: Components may not add to totals because of rounding. 

'Credit extended mainly to individuals and chiefly for personal consumption expenditures. Data exclude consumer indebtedness arising from residential 
mortgages, home-improvement loans and bank loons fully secured against marketable securities. Figures do not include statistics on interpersonal loans, bills 
owing to doctors, dentists, lawyers, and other personal service credit. 'Conditional sales agreements held by sales finance companies and by consumer loan 

companies in connection with the financing of retail purchases of consumers' goods and repaid in instalments. Amounts shown exclude unearned finance charges. 
■■Personal cash loans of up to $1,500 made by companies licensed under the Small Loans Act. Amounts shown are net of interest and other finance charges. 
■"Personal cash loans over $1,500, usually repaid in instalments. Amounts shown exclude unearned finance charges. 'Includes bank-sponsored credit card bolances. 
'The data for Quebec savings bank loans are not seasonally adjusted as no seasonality is present: this series is repeated in the unodjusfed form. Amount owed 

by personal (non-commercial) credit card holders to oil companies, airlines, auto-rental firms, and international travel and entertainment credit card issuing com- 
panies. ' Bills due for non-commercial use of telephones, gas and electric power. 'Personal cash loans only. The data for mortgage and trust companies are not 
seasonally adjusted because there are not yet enough data to determine a pattern of seasonality: this series is repeated in the unadjusted form. Sources: Consumer 
Credit (61-004), Statistics Canada; Bank of Canada; and Department of Insurance. 



98 



July. 


1 QTC 




























SECTION 11 


1 y 
































TABLE 1 










Table 


: merchandise ex 


ports (including re 


-exports 


), major 


countries 


and areas (mill 


on dollars) 




















Eu- 


Belgium 




















year 
and 










all other 




ropean 


& 






















all 


United 


Jnited 


coun- 


Western 


Common 


Luxem- 




West 




Nether- 




Eastern 




Middle 


other 


month 




countries 


States 


Kingdom 


tries 


Europe 


Market 1 


bourg 


France 


Germany 


Italy 


lands 


Norway 


Europe 


U.S.S.R. 


East 


Africa 


CANSIM 


3471 


34 72 


3473 


3474 


3475 


3476 


3477 


3478 


3479 


3480 


3481 


3482 


3483 


3484 


3485 


3486 


1973 




25,420 


17,129 


1,604 


6,686 


3,676 


1,539 


286 


219 


448 


299 


288 


182 


421 


292 


186 


188 


1974 




32,177 


21,325 


1,903 


8,949 


4,731 


2,087 


370 


318 


545 


464 


390 


234 


189 


29 


320 


392 


1973 


M 


1,953.2 


1,389.4 


143.1 


420.8 


267.5 


89.1 


24.6 


11.7 


30.3 


11.8 


10.7 


14.7 


14.7 


7.2 


13.2 


10.2 




A 


2,055.7 


1,433.9 


124.7 


497.1 


257.6 


98.0 


16.4 


13.6 


34.4 


16.4 


17.3 


13.2 


12.4 


7.2 


12.6 


8.6 




M 


2,365.0 


1,615.0 


136.9 


613.0 


307.4 


115.5 


25.4 


17.0 


35.5 


23.9 


13.8 


13.3 


46.9 


36.5 


13.8 


19.6 




J 


2,232.8 


1,539.6 


135.5 


557.7 


318.2 


144.7 


24.8 


15.6 


43.8 


29.9 


30.6 


12.5 


35.7 


32.1 


13.3 


18.8 




J 


2,121.1 


1,370.3 


126.9 


623.9 


318.8 


145.2 


18.8 


20.7 


54.5 


30.0 


21.3 


18.4 


55.8 


44.3 


13.1 


18.3 




A 


1,836.7 


1,105.0 


129.4 


602.3 


307.9 


135.5 


21.8 


12.4 


33.1 


38.7 


29.4 


12.0 


69.9 


58.9 


13.1 


13.0 




S 


1,904.9 


1,316.7 


118.8 


469.4 


288.6 


135.8 


29.1 


26.6 


40.1 


19.7 


20.2 


12.0 


34.2 


22.8 


16.8 


15.4 







2,472.2 


1,683.4 


148.2 


640.7 


335.2 


134.1 


27.0 


15.5 


41.3 


26.1 


24.2 


18.5 


37.2 


26.6 


25.6 


14.1 




N 


2,610.8 


1,718.0 


169.0 


723.8 


383.1 


161. 1 


22.1 


27.4 


44.3 


42.6 


24.7 


22.8 


44.4 


24.6 


18.8 


25.5 




D 


2,195.3 


1,319.6 


155.1 


720.6 


427.3 


205.6 


38.2 


30.2 


43.4 


27.6 


66.4 


17.6 


35.8 


7.6 


12.8 


15.5 


1974 


J 


2,333.6 


1,501.1 


141.9 


690.6 


366.2 


167.7 


37.4 


30.4 


41.0 


30.4 


28.5 


15.5 


24.1 


3.9 


15.7 


24.5 




F 


2,232.4 


1,533.5 


132.3 


566.6 


294.6 


119.9 


20.1 


16.2 


37.2 


21.6 


24.7 


14.2 


6.0 


0.1 


19.8 


10.0 




M 


2,487.0 


1,687.5 


148.3 


651.1 


352.6 


149.1 


20.1 


27.9 


38.9 


43.6 


18.6 


15.3 


8.3 


1.2 


25.4 


15.0 




A 


2,548.7 


1,779.9 


134.5 


634.2 


362.0 


146.3 


28.2 


33.1 


38.2 


28.6 


18.1 


18.1 


3.7 


0.6 


25.1 


11.7 




M 


3,119.1 


1 , 943 . 1 


203.5 


972.5 


469.3 


203.8 


25.2 


22.7 


49.3 


64.1 


42.5 


18.3 


14.8 


1.4 


22.1 


35.7 




J 


2,717.9 


1,800.4 


164.3 


753.2 


401.0 


173.7 


43.3 


26.7 


51.2 


22.4 


30.2 


20.4 


26.4 


3.2 


15.9 


30.3 




J 


2,772.5 


1,710.6 


158.5 


903.4 


445.4 


213.9 


28.4 


41.9 


51.3 


45.3 


46.9 


29.2 


12.4 


3.2 


41.2 


44.4 




A 


2,563.2 


1,668.4 


161.8 


733.0 


365.4 


143.0 


32.0 


15.5 


35.2 


23.5 


36.7 


20.9 


19.4 


2.7 


23.8 


45.7 




S 


2,673.1 


1,859.4 


137.0 


676.8 


342.0 


153.7 


25.1 


18.9 


42.8 


41.0 


25.5 


18.4 


24.2 


1.1 


21.5 


47.5 







3,076.2 


2,068.4 


200.3 


807.6 


536.0 


267.2 


44.6 


36.4 


58.5 


77.8 


49.8 


18.4 


22.8 


1.6 


26.0 


33.4 




N 


2,967.8 


1,986.8 


149.9 


831.1 


368.6 


151.3 


31.2 


25.5 


39.0 


22.0 


33.5 


25.5 


17.0 


8.0 


37.8 


42.6 




D 


2,685.2 


1,786.0 


170.6 


728.6 


427.5 


197.7 


34.1 


22.6 


62.1 


43.6 


35.2 


19.7 


9.9 


2.5 


46.1 


51.0 


1975 


J 


■2,686.8 


1,646.3 


180.3 


860.2 


432.1 


199.5 


37.4 


27.1 


57.3 


39.8 


37.9 


17.1 


28.2 


20.3 


32.3 


59.6 




F 


,2,451.4 


1,672.8 


172.8 


605.8 


391.8 


167.7 


28.6 


33.0 


50.1 


18.9 


37.1 


15.3 


15.3 


7.8 


23.6 


25.5 




M 


2,434.9 


1,758.6 


151.3 


525.0 


360.7 


153.8 


17.4 


20.5 


44.7 


40.7 


30.5 


16.4 


13.5 


4.8 


21.9 


25.8 




A 


2,596.7 


rl,773.2 


rl34.4, 


689.1 , 


353.9 


168.3, 


33.1 


23.5 


44.0 


25.4 


42.3 


12.4 


17.3 


6.9 


31.9 


39.4 




M P 2, 974.4 


1,814.8 


170.5 


989.1 




191.4 


















































adjusted for seasonal variation 



year 

and Republic 

month of South other 

Africa Asia 



Central all 

People's America all other European 

Republic South Vene- & coun- United United coun- Common 

India Japan of China Oceania Australia America zuela Antilles Mexico tries States Kingdom tries Market 



CANSIM 


3487 


3488 


3489 


3490 


3491 


3492 


3493 


3494 


3495 


3496 


3497 












S. A. 


























3498 


3499 


3500 


3501 


3502 


1973 




67 


2,619 


158 


1,814 


288 


274 


220 


454 


154 


459 


121 






M. CD. 






1974 




95 


3,332 


126 


2,229 


439 


378 


308 


851 


206 


644 


193 


3 


3 


9 


5 


6 


1973 


M 


5.0 


173.9 


13.5 


119.3 


15.7 


16.6 


12.7 


32.3 


12.6 


34.6 


8.4 


2,025.4 


1,364.4 


166.6 


494.5 


108.1 




A 


4.1 


251.7 


22.2 


161.5 


39.6 


18.7 


15.1 


27.8 


6.9 


31.4 


6.7 


2,097.9 


1,394.5 


125.3 


578.2 


113.5 




M 


6.5 


255.0 


13.3 


164.5 


48.6 


18.7 


15.4 


44.7 


21.3 


42.5 


13.2 


2,056.6 


1,424.8 


112.2 


519.6 


108.2 




J 


5.4 


207.7 


4.4 


141.5 


34.3 


25.2 


20.6 


33.3 


11.4 


39.5 


8.5 


2,104.8 


1,442.1 


125.5 


537.2 


128.6 




J 


6.9 


248.9 


4.0 


199.3 


14.6 


24.2 


20.4 


31.7 


5.5 


38.1 


12.3 


2,159.7 


1,480.5 


126.3 


552.9 


134.6 




A 


4.8 


214.6 


5.9 


161.7 


14.9 


25.4 


22.6 


55.5 


11.5 


30.4 


8.4 


1,982.6 


1,270.9 


129.0 


582.7 


143.6 




S 


4.8 


155.4 


1.8 


109.1 


11.9 


18.5 


14.3 


26.2 


5.5 


32.3 


7.6 


2,145.3 


1,435.0 


149.1 


561.3 


157.3 







5.3 


251.7 


15.3 


185.7 


25.4 


29.2 


21.8 


45.8 


19.2 


48.1 


17. 1 


2,269.6 


1,526.7 


135.3 


607.5 


109.7 




N 


8.4 


289.9 


22.9 


211.6 


19.4 


26.8 


21.6 


53.3 


21.2 


49.8 


11.5 


2,383.2 


1,625.2 


149.6 


608.5 


149.1 




D 


5.2 


267.2 


22.2 


167.7 


20.5 


29.6 


21.0 


37.1 


13.6 


49.4 


12.0 


2,276.2 


1,410.9 


152.8 


712.5 


194.0 


1974 


J 


3.9 


283.0 


9.9 


212.6 


8.7 


27.5 


23.0 


40.5 


16.9 


50.2 


13.8 


2,438.2 


1,565.2 


144.3 


728.6 


167.0 




F 


4.4 


233.8 


9.0 


170.1 


9.7 


23.7 


18.7 


59.9 


22.9 


50.5 


16.3 


2,454.7 


1,619.7 


153.1 


681.9 


152.6 




M 


7.9 


271.8 


5.0 


185.4 


39.5 


22.9 


18.6 


51.9 


20.1 


49.5 


19.4 


2,677.3 


1,703.8 


166.9 


806.7 


181.1 




A 


6.0 


223.6 


4.5 


140.3 


41.6 


36.5 


29.6 


56.3 


24.3 


48.8 


19.1 


2,508.7 


1,646.8 


141.7 


720.1 


172.2 




M 


12.4 


455.2 


12.3 


296.4 


64.0 


48.6 


40.5 


73.6 


20.4 


55.9 


16.5 


2,704.8 


1,746.9 


158.0 


800.0 


182.9 




J 


9.4 


315.5 


6.8 


193.4 


45.9 


19.6 


15.9 


65.3 


10.0 


41.7 


11.3 


2,622.9 


1,716.3 


154.9 


751.7 


159.7 




J 


5.9 


319.8 


7.2 


213.2 


41.3 


31.6 


23.6 


94.6 


18.4 


71.7 


20.6 


2,748.3 


1,783.3 


162.9 


802.1 


192.4 




A 


7.6 


290.0 


27.1 


173.4 


61.0 


32.9 


27.5 


64.4 


9.9 


51.6 


16.7 


2,852.1 


1,945.8 


175.5 


730.8 


158.5 




S 


8.9 


221.2 


6.8 


141.0 


45.7 


24.8 


20.1 


85.7 


7.6 


45.8 


10.2 


2,849.6 


1,949.4 


161.5 


738.8 


172.1 







8.9 


215.6 


16.5 


149.4 


24.2 


44.0 


37.7 


75.1 


19.9 


53.9 


13.8 


2,841.2 


1,904.4 


181.8 


755.0 


224.3 




N 


13.9 


317.6 


9.0 


220.9 


46.6 


35.2 


29.1 


104.3 


15.2 


55.8 


17.7 


2,801.3 


1,895.2 


141.0 


765.0 


141.3 




D 


5.6 


185.1 


12.3 


132.9 


10.8 


30.7 


24.0 


79.7 


20.6 


68.5 


17.6 


2,677.6 


1,848.3 


161.3 


668.0 


183.8 


1975 


J 


12.4 


325.5 


9.0 


213.5 


34.5 


27.1 


21.3 


71. 3, 


19. 8r 


63.0 


22.1 


2,830.6, 


1,759.1 


174.4, 


896.8, 


1 92 . 4 , 




F 


6.5 


177.2 


9.5 


109.7 


29.6 


22.6 


18.8 


58.4, 


22.1 r 


63.5 


11.8 


2,691.7, 


1,766.2 i 


198.2, 


727.3, 


212.0, 




M 


12.9 


126.1 


2.9 


97.9 


2.0 


23.9 


19.8 


54.4 


20.0 


48.2 


14.4 


2,551.9 


1,727.7 


177.9 


646.3 


187.5 




A 


8.1 


251.2 


27.5 


143.7 


49.7 


18.3 


14.7 


53.1 


17.9 


57.4 


16.8 


2,636.9, 


1,672.8 


139.1 


825.0, 


195.8 




M P 






















2,642.3 


1,660.8 


144.3 


837.2 


178.1 



Mncludes Belgium, 
Summary of Foreign Trade" 



Luxembourg, France, Germany, Italy and Netherlands. 2 Revised seasonally adjusted series are those published in "Trade of Canada, 
, February (65-001) released April 28th. Source: Trade of Canada, Exports (65-004), Statistics Canada. 



99 



SECTION 11 
TABLE 2 



July, 1975 



Table 2: merchandise imports, major countries and areas (million dollars) 



Eu- 

year all other ropean Belgium 

and all United United coun- Western Common & Luxem- West 

month countries States Kingdom tries Europe Market' bourg France Germany Italy 



Nether- Eastern Middle 
lands Europe East Iran 



Saudi 
Arabia 



other 
Africa 



CANSIM 3535 



3536 



3537 3538 3539 



3540 



3541 



3542 3543 3544 



3545 3546 3547 3548 



3549 3550 



1973 


23,324 


15,502 


1,005 


5,816 


3,036 


1,393 


112 


327 


607 


237 


118 


144 


363 


132 


61 


311 


1974 


31,639 


21,306 


1,126 


9,207 


3,746 


1,815 


173 


395 


767 


316 


163 


197 


1,315 


618 


318 


446 


1973 


M2,243.3 


1,621.1 


100.1 


522. Or 


271.5 


121.7 


10.8 


30.9 


53.1 


16.3 


10.6 


14.6 


30.7 


10.4 


5.3 


29.8 




J 1,990.7 


1,423.3 


89.2 


478.2 


266.7 


127.9 


8.2 


27.9 


60.1 


22.3 


9.5 


11.5 


18.1 


7.4 


2.4 


26.8 




J 1,892.8 


1,281.6 


93.5 


517.6 


277.4 


125.2 


8.7 


29.7 


54.1 


21.1 


11.6 


12.2 


46.3 


17.1 


11.4 


32.3 




Al,738.5 


1 , 1 55 . 


77.4 


506.0 


250.0 


122.6 


8.0 


32.7 


51.5 


22.2 


8.3 


15.0 


34.1 


8.2 


7.7 


29.4 




S 1,778.6 


1,271.6 


67.7 


439.3 


221.2 


95.3 


7.0 


20.3 


38.7 


19.2 


10.1 


9.1 


30.0 


10.7 


6.0 


33.5 




02,333.6 


1,658.4 


99.0 


576.2 


305.0 


138.3 


9.1 


33.5 


63.7 


21.0 


11.0 


12.7 


30.0 


9.4 


3.9 


26.5 




N2,297.5 


1,639.2 


78.2 


580.1 


272.9 


136.1 


9.6 


31.8 


60.1 


24.0 


10.7 


15.7 


42.7 


13.7 


10.3 


30.8 




D 1,976.2 


1,390.8 


69.9 


515.5 


231.8 


109.7 


11.3 


26.9 


43.4 


18.5 


9.5 


9.8 


30.3 


12.7 


2.0 


33.3 


1974 


J 2,181.3 


1,535.7 


80.0 


565.6 


256.9 


117.3 


11.2 


24.9 


50.3 


20.8 


10.0 


15.2 


34.8 


25.2 


0.0 


39.5 




F2, 165.0 


1,541.2 


66.5 


557.3 


218.1 


100.6 


10.0 


21.4 


43.6 


17.2 


8.4 


16.2 


77.1 


35.0 


17.5 


20.2 




M2, 486.1 


1,745.8 


80.7 


659.7 


263.6 


127.9 


12.6 


31.0 


51.6 


23.2 


9.5 


20.6 


64.9 


21.6 


23.0 


39.4 




A2, 431.0 


1,702.7 


84.3 


644.1 


299.8 


152.2 


13.0 


30.9 


61.6 


27.8 


18.9 


13.6 


99.3 


68.0 


16.7 


44.4 




M2, 949.4 


1,989.5 


98.0 


861.9 


332.1 


167.7 


16.0 


34.8 


80.2 


23.0 


13.7 


16.2 


162.9 


99.1 


37.3 


47.8 




J 2,710.6 


1,795.3 


97.8 


817.4 


321.0 


163.1 


15.2 


35.1 


72.7 


28.6 


11.5 


12.9 


103.5 


85.6 


5.2 


52.6 




J 2,719.8 


1,720.1 


109.9 


889.9 


395.0 


180.2 


16.0 


40.7 


78.4 


29.9 


15.2 


16.8 


89.6 


34.8 


25.5 


32.3 




A2,515.5 


1,575.6 


97.1 


842.8 


323.9 


166.2 


18.1 


37.1 


67.2 


28.8 


15.0 


18.2 


127.5 


78.4 


19.4 


25.6 




S 2,616.4 


1,770.7 


102.9 


742.8 


310.5 


145.6 


10.8 


27.9 


60.1 


31.8 


15.0 


16.2 


103.5 


23.1 


28.0 


28.6 




3,090.6 


2,093.9 


103.4 


893.3 


339.2 


163.6 


16.6 


36.9 


67.5 


27.4 


15.2 


17.1 


160.7 


43.2 


48.6 


40.7 




N3,024.8 


2,025.1 


99.8 


899.8 


335.4 


160.0 


18.9 


34.3 


68.7 


24.6 


13.5 


17.6 


148.6 


60.5 


46.4 


35.3 




D2.748.8 


1,810.3 


106.1 


832.4 


350.6 


170.2 


14.7 


39.8 


65.4 


33.0 


17.3 


16.5 


142.4 


43.6 


51.3 


39.3 


1975 


J 2,828.1 , 


1,734.7 


rl07.4 


986. Or 


356. Or 


174. 7r 


15.0 


45.1 


63. 9 r 


35. 7 r 


15. Or 


22.5 


232.3 


63.5 


92.8 


57.9, 




F2,605.9r 


1,719.9 


r 97. 5 r 


788. 5 r 


324.1 r 


152. 6r 


15. Or 


37.7 


59.5 


28. 6r 


11.8 


16. 3r 


190.2 


46.2 


49.1 


9.3 




M2,832.3r 


1,949.4 


rll0.5r 


772.4 r 


343. 9r 


159. 5 r 


14. 4, 


37.3 


60. 4, 


27. 8r 


19.6r 


13.7 


191.5 


59.4 


82.1 


16.0 




A2,867.4r 


2,031.8 


r 90. 6 r 


745. Or 


307.3 


149.5 


11.2 


34.2 


65.9 


28.5 


9.7 


13.4 


181.2 


77.9 


57.5 


2.5 




P M3,098.7 


2,034.8 


125.7 


938.2 




189.8 








































Central 








adjusted for seasonal variation 


year 








all 




and 


















America 




Nether- 


all 






other 


European 


month 


other 










South 




Vene- 


& 




lands 


coun* 


United 


United 


coun- 


Common 




Asia 


India Japan 


Oceanic 


Australia America 


Brazil 


zuela 


Antilles 


Jamaica 


Antilles 


tries 


States 


Kingdom 


tries 


Market' 



CANSIM 3551 
S.A. 



3552 3553 



3554 3555 



3556 3557 



3558 3559 3560 



3561 



3562 



3563 



3564 3565 3566 



1973 




1,607 


39 


1,011 


329 


242 


751 


87 


523 


280 


22 


47 




M.C.D. 






1974 




2,205 


59 


1,428 


419 


335 


1,598 


112 


1,291 


418 


24 


68 


3 


3 5 


3 


3 


1973 


M 


147.4 


4.2 


89.7 


30.0 


24.9 


69.1 


8.6 


39.6 


29.0 


4.4 


1.5 


1,889.5 1 


,348.9 85.5 


455.1 


108.8 




J 


140.9 


2.6 


90.3 


20.5 


14.4 


57.9 


8.4 


41.8 


25.0 


0.9 


4.8 


1,886.2 1 


,346.5 83.7 


455.9 


114.5 




J 


144.2 


3.5 


82.7 


21.9 


15.2 


55.4 


7.4 


37.2 


21.3 


3.0 


1.9 


1,961.4 1 


,389.1 85.4 


486.5 


115.1 




A 


136.5 


3.0 


83.0 


26.3 


16.5 


68.3 


7.4 


45.9 


23.8 


0.5 


7.0 


1,931.5 1 


,363.6 79.6 


488.2 


113.9 




s 


107.3 


3.5 


57.0 


20.4 


14.0 


66.1 


7.2 


51.6 


19.4 


0.2 


3.5 


1,986.0 1 


,420.4 76.4 


489.1 


111.5 







166.0 


5.2 


101.0 


32.6 


22.2 


79.4 


11.3 


49.1 


22.7 


0.6 


5.0 


2,106.6 1 


,480.2 100.6 


525.9 


126.8 




N 


155.9 


3.4 


95.1 


45.2 


40.4 


69.3 


9.7 


47.5 


25.2 


0.5 


6.0 


2,155.8 1 


,549.2 73.7 


532.9 


119.6 




D 


125.3 


4.2 


76.1 


41.7 


35.4 


82.3 


6.6 


65.6 


30.8 


2.7 


9.3 


2,177.2 1 


,532.5 78.8 


565.9 


124.3 


1974 


J 


138.2 


3.0 


85.0 


37.3 


28.6 


102.0 


7.7 


82.0 


21.7 


0.7 


3.8 


2,232.0 1 


,564.0 80.4 


587.6 


125.4 




F 


130.9 


3.1 


75.0 


22.0 


15.7 


113.3 


7.2 


82.9 


25.9 


1.0 


2.7 


2,375.8 1 


,646.0 76.3 


653.5 


125.9 




M 


144.2 


3.4 


89.1 


24.6 


19.1 


156.0 


3.8 


126.6 


27.0 


2.4 


0.1 


2,542.0 1 


,756.6 82.9 


702.4 


142.8 




A 


127.4 


2.5 


80.3 


20.4 


15.5 


98.1 


8.4 


80.1 


25.3 


2.8 


1.8 


2,306.2 1 


,561.7 78.7 


665.8 


149.8 




M 


195.2 


6.2 


128.7 


28.9 


23.3 


130.6 


14.5 


97.1 


46.0 


2.1 


13.3 


2,555.7 1 


,699.7 86.3 


769.7 


150.6 




J 


204.8 


3.6 


130.2 


18.5 


9.7 


150.3 


7.4 


127.3 


51.5 


2.0 


7.4 


2,634.8 1 


,731.5 94.2 


809.0 


153.4 




J 


221.0 


6.0 


135.6 


17.0 


10.4 


187.1 


8.9 


152.6 


41.1 


4.1 


9.3 


2,705.6 1 


,799.9 99.5 


806.1 


161.9 




A 


204.6 


7.6 


129.9 


42.6 


32.5 


152.5 


10.5 


126.1 


45.1 


2.3 


8.0 


2,829.3 1 


,886.5 99.7 


843.1 


155.6 




S 


188.5 


4.8 


122.1 


40.2 


31.3 


127.4 


10.0 


105.8 


30.9 


1.4 


5.7 


2,836.2 1 


,922.1 111.9 


802.2 


161.1 







227.1 


5.9 


162.8 


53.4 


46.0 


124.4 


13.2 


95.1 


34.4 


0.7 


5.8 


2,798.0 1 


,852.3 103.5 


842.2 


154.5 




N 


225.2 


8.4 


160.8 


76.7 


73.3 


135.4 


7.3 


115.0 


25.4 


0.6 


9.6 


2,907.8 1 


,965.3 99.4 


843.1 


145.6 




D 


188.2 


4.8 


128.6 


37.6 


29.6 


120.6 


13.4 


100.2 


43.2 


4.3 


0.0 


2,916.0 1 


,920.4 113.3 


882.3 


187.9 


1975 


J 


202.9 


2.7 r 


145. 3r 


21.2 


17.8 


151.0 


14.1 


125.0 


49.3 


0.7 


1.4 


2,982.3rl 


,829.9,111.7 1 


,040.7 


186.7, 




F 


188. Or 


4.9 


116. 7r 


20.2 


16.2 


106. Or 


8.6 


89. 6 r 


31. 9, 


0.4 


2.3, 


2,865.8rl 


,842.0,111.6, 


912.2, 


190.0, 




M 


141.1 r 


2.1 


94.1 


38.1 


32.8 


103.0 


8.7 


85.1 


35. 6r 


3.7 


0.5 


2,826.4rl 


,913.1,111.2, 


802.1. 


173.1, 




A 


165.5 


2.6 


111.3 


18.5 


15.3 


114.9 


13.7 


91.2 


32.2 


0.6 


4.6 


2,745.8 1 


,885.0 88.0 


772.8 


154.4 




pM 
























2,743.1 1 


,768.9 110.1 


864.1 


171.0 



'Includes Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Germany, Italy and Netherlands 'Revised seasonally adjusted series ore those published in "Trade of Canada, 
Summary of Foreign Trade", February (65-001) released April 28th. Source: Trade of Canada, Imports (65-007), Statistics Canada. 



100 



July 


1975 
































SECTION 11 








































TABLE 3 








Table 


3: mere 


handise exports. 


by 


commodity, based on the 


standard comm 


odity classification 1 (mil 


ion dollars) 








(196? 


-100) 


exports 


















domestic exports 2 
























food 


feed, beverages and tobacco 






year 
and 




index 








shell- 














month 






of phy- 


& re- 










live 




meat 


fish, 


fish, 






other 












index ol 


sical 


exports 


re- 






animal 


s 


& meat 


fresh or presen 


ed 


wheat 


cereal 


s other 


fodder 








prices 3 


volume 


' total 




exports 


total 




total 


total 


preps. 


frozen 


fish 


wheat 


flour 


& prep 


s. foods 


& feed 


whisky 






(1) 


(2) 


(3) 




(4) 


(5) 




'6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


CD 


(12) 


(13) 


(19) 


(20) 


(21) 


CANSIM 


3672 


3673 


3601 




3602 


3603 




3604 


3605 


3606 


3607 


3608 


3609 


3610 


3611 


3612 


3613 


3614 


1973 




124.2 


149.5 


25,301 


582 


24,719 


145 


3,008 


203 


247 


187 


1,220 


48 


365 


225 


114 


231 


1974 




167.8 


128.5 


32,052 


760 


31,292 


89 


3,734 


150 


195 


177 


2,041 


52 


429 


224 


107 


194 


1973 


J 


122.8 


151.4 


2,115 





54.9 


2,060 


2 


12.5 


253.4 


16.8 


22.5 


13.8 


107.7 


3.1 


40.0 


10.6 


10.3 


12.2 




A 


126.3 


127.5 


1,830 


9 


47.9 


1,783 





19.5 


328.3 


30.9 


29.4 


12.7 


175.5 


2.0 


26.4 


16.8 


7.5 


16.7 




S 


128.4 


129.9 


1,891 





44.9 


1,846 


1 


10.9 


197.2 


14.4 


24.8 


13.3 


68.3 


1.7 


21.1 


12.9 


8.0 


22.6 







131.1 


163.2 


2,438 





69.3 


2,368 


8 


10.0 


308.7 


15.0 


31.1 


25.5 


112.2 


5.8 


41.8 


26.0 


11.3 


32.2 




N 


136.1 


167.1 


2,581 


.1 


61.2 


2,520 


2 


11.2 


355.0 


12.6 


30.8 


28.7 


137.8 


6.4 


53.3 


30.6 


14.9 


32.1 




D 


141.5 


135.0 


2,180 


2 


56.9 


2,123 


3 


8.0 


309.9 


11.8 


17.9 


20.4 


146.9 


3.3 


45.6 


22.0 


12.8 


16.9 


1974 


J 


147.0 


139.2 


2,329. 


3 


46.7 


2,282. 


2 


6.3 


274.8 


13.6 


13.8 


15.4 


134.7 


5.7 


34.1 


17.8 


9.7 


16.1 




F 


151.1 


129.8 


2,226 


2 


48.0 


2,178 


2 


7.6 


218.5 


14.8 


14.2 


13.3 


98.5 


4.3 


19.1 


14.6 


9.4 


14.0 




M 


161.5 


135.0 


2,481 


4 


61.2 


2,420 


3 


8.0 


252.1 


14.3 


18.1 


12.0 


124.6 


3.3 


20.1 


16.0 


8.7 


17.2 




A 


165.0 


135.8 


2,538 


8 


51.1 


2,487 


7 


9.3 


215.2 


9.8 


12.2 


9.6 


104.2 


1.6 


17.3 


21.2 


6.5 


16.3 




M 


166.7 


164.5 


3,116 


6 


71.0 


3,045. 


6 


10.3 


421.9 


13.5 


15.6 


15.5 


260.7 


5.7 


38.5 


27.7 


8.7 


18.8 




J 


167.2 


141.0 


2,710 


6 


73.8 


2,636 


8 


8.2 


330.5 


11.6 


12.3 


15.4 


190.8 


1.8 


46.2 


14.5 


6.5 


18.6 




J 


170.0 


142.8 


2,766 


8 


71.6 


2,695 


2 


10.5 


354.6 


11.1 


16.1 


15.7 


220.5 


8.4 


31.8 


14.5 


8.9 


14.5 




A 


173.6 


129.4 


2,556 


8 


62.9 


2,493 


9 


6.0 


347.0 


12.9 


19.4 


12.3 


219.2 


2.9 


30.2 


17.7 


10.0 


10.0 




S 


174.4 


134.3 


2,667 





66.9 


2,600 


2 


4.4 


292.3 


14.3 


19.2 


14.7 


142.3 


4.8 


45.4 


21.5 


9.1 


12.8 







177.5 


149.8 


3,025 


1 


72.4 


2,952 


7 


6.6 


354.8 


12.5 


23.0 


18.2 


179.9 


4.6 


57.4 


23.1 


8.3 


17.5 




N 


179.0 


145. 1 


2,954 


8 


69.5 


2,885. 


3 


6.3 


374.7 


11.7 


15.9 


19.2 


210.3 


5.2 


49.6 


20.3 


12.2 


19.1 




D 


182.8 


128.8 


2,678 


5 


64.5 


2,614. 





5.8 


298.3 


10.3 


15.4 


16.0 


155.6 


4.4 


39.5 


15.2 


9.7 


18.9 


1975 


J 


183.3 


128.9 


2,686 


8 


r 61.4 


2,625. 


3 


■ 2.7 


382.5 


9.5 


15.9 


14.9 


231.1 


5.2 


40.7 


20.4 


9.2 


17.5 




F 


185.4 


115.8 


2,541 


4 


r 64.0 


2,387 


4 


2.6 


220.4 


9.7 


15.1 


12.2 


98.9 


7.2 


21.2 


16.8 


3.3 


19.6 




M 


188.0 


113.4 


2,434 


9 


67.7 


2,367. 


2 


3.2 


165.3 


12.0 


13.3 


12.5 


53.7 


4.9 


12.2 


16.6 


5.0 


17.9 




A 






2,596. 


7 


61.0 


2,535. 


7 


3.4 


264.3 


9.9 


11.7 


12.0 


136.6 


7.4 


20.2 


27.7 


4.4 


19.6 
























domestic exports 2 






























crude materials, 


nedible 












c 


ther fabric 




year 
and 
















Jres, concentrates 


& scrap 












ated 
edible 


































mure 


month 






hides. 






crude 












other 






as- 


non- 




















skins 


oil- 




wood 










rodio- 


non- 


crude 


natural 


bestos, 


metal. 






veneer 






total 


& furs 


seeds 




mats. 


iron 




copper 


nickel 


active 


ferrous 


petroleum gas. 


unmfrd. 


minera 


Is total 


lumber 


& plywood 






(22) 


(23) 


(24) 




(25) 


(28) 




(30) 


(31) 


(32) 


(33) 


(35) 


(36) 


(37) 


(38) 


(39) 


(40) 


(41) 


CANSIM 


3615 


3616 


3617 




3618 


3619 




3620 


3621 


3622 


3623 


3624 


3625 


3626 


3627 


3628 


3629 


3630 


1973 




5,019 


99 


369 




47 


498 




554 


442 


64 


439 


1,482 


351 


280 


293 


8,194 


1,598 


127 


1974 




7,764 


86 


380 




63 


574 




647 


438 


51 


662 


3,408 


494 


336 


490 


10,589 


1,289 


104 


1973 


J 


463.7 


5.4 


41.5 




3.2 


50.1 




67.2 


35.3 


5.1 


48.7 


116.7 


27.5 


22.0 


33.7 


681.0 


129.5 


9.3 




A 


410.0 


4.8 


34.4 




3.2 


59.8 




60.7 


16.4 


1.5 


33.8 


116.8 


30.6 


2 0.1 


20.7 


582.1 


111.6 


9.3 




S 


400.1 


4.0 


26.0 




3.0 


35.5 




45.5 


29.5 


4.0 


50.3 


126.8 


29.9 


26.7 


12.2 


595.8 


118.5 


10.7 







472.8 


5.5 


25.6 




6.7 


66.0 




70.2 


32.7 


1.0 


39.9 


131.1 


28.8 


26.3 


29.3 


747.5 


142.2 


14.9 




N 


476.7 


4.3 


43.5 




6.2 


50.7 




53.0 


31.6 


1.6 


44.3 


142.2 


31.9 


24.8 


31.1 


836.8 


154.7 


13.5 




D 


475.1 


6.3 


48.3 




5.8 


43.2 




49.3 


32.0 


4.2 


47.7 


140.2 


33.6 


23.7 


29.7 


702.4 


118.9 


10.6 


1974 


J 


529.5 


9.4 


36.2 




3.7 


28.1 




79.4 


31.8 


2.8 


62.6 


171.8 


37.0 


22.6 


31.2 


786.1 


108.9 


11.6 




F 


460.5 


10.8 


24.2 




3.9 


19.4 




56.7 


22.8 


8.4 


30.1 


189.9 


36.5 


20.4 


24.2 


785.7 


108.3 


10.2 




M 


574.5 


12.4 


49.8 




6.5 


7.4 




49.0 


29.4 


4.0 


44.1 


276.6 


32.8 


22.4 


26.1 


822.8 


119.1 


13.6 




A 


578.7 


8.7 


20.1 




3.5 


22.8 




45.0 


33.4 


3.3 


34.2 


305.6 


35.9 


24.4 


30.5 


918.9 


123.1 


10.0 




M 


769.1 


9.2 


52.3 




5.4 


54.6 




90.4 


39.0 


3.5 


60.4 


320.0 


37.1 


25.6 


59.2 1 


,035.4 


171.8 


17.4 




J 


710.2 


5.4 


33.8 




4.5 


63.9 




54.4 


38.6 


3.4 


53.6 


333.2 


37.4 


26.1 


46.4 


852.7 


111.4 


7.6 




J 


687.6 


7.6 


24. 




4.5 


68.4 




80.4 


40.6 


1.7 


57.0 


279.0 


35.1 


32.4 


46.0 


948.5 


124.8 


6.5 




A 


666.2 


5.4 


37.4 




5.0 


56.7 




42.5 


39.6 


7.3 


51.1 


297.0 


42.5 


28.4 


42.7 


875.4 


100.0 


7.1 




S 


646.2 


3.5 


1.7 




3.5 


49.4 




48.7 


47.9 


2.2 


56.1 


309.8 


43.9 


31.5 


38.2 


876.2 


87.7 


6.8 







729.6 


4.3 


22.9 




8.0 


74.5 




45.0 


42.2 


1.9 


78.3 


312.4 


42.0 


38.9 


48.9 


857.8 


91.4 


4.5 




N 


724.1 


4.3 


34.2 




5.3 


66.6 




42.1 


37.1 


9.8 


69.3 


311.3 


49.8 


36.2 


47.8 


876.6 


71.8 


4.7 




D 


687.9 


4.9 


43.8 




9.4 


62.0 




13.4 


35.9 


2.9 


64.8 


301.9 


63.7 


27.2 


48.9 


853.3 


71.0 


4.8 


1975 


J 


715. 5r 


8.8 


52.0 




8.5 


35.9 




32.6 


40.4 


0.0 


56.2 


328. 4 r 


63.2 


31.3 


47.4 


863.3 r 


59.8 


4.0 




F 


604.2 r 


9.6 


9.7 




6.6 


28.9 




13.9 


44.3 


2.6 


43.4 


296.3 r 


73.4 


28.7 


36.3 


832.5 , 


74.9 


5.5 




M 


567.6 


6.6 


27.6 




4.7 


28.8 




29.2 


45.8 


6.8 


41.7 


245.0 


69.2 


25.4 


25.9 


814.1 


58.1 


5.9 




A 


597.5 


8.4 


14.5 




2.7 


62.8 




20.4 


49.1 


3.4 


38.8 


243. "1 


77.7 


18.0 


49.6 


813.8 


90.8 


8.1 



Note: See footnotes at end of Table. 



101 



SECTION 11 
































July, 1975 : 




TABLE 


3 — Cone 


1. 




































Table 


3: mere 


nandise exports. 


by comm 


odity, based on th 


; stand 


ard comm 


odity classification' (mill 


ion doll 


ars) — concluded 
























domestic 


exports 2 
































: abricated 


naterial 


s, 


inedibl 
















year 
and 










textile 






syn- 












non-ferrous meta 


s & alloys 




end 


month 






news- 


other 


fabri- 




ferti- 


thetic 


primary 


steel 


other 












products, 
















wood 


print 


paper & 


cated 


chem- 


lizers 


rubber & 


iron 


F 


late 


iron 


alum- 










inedible, 






pulp 


paper 


board 


mats. 


icals 


& mats. 


plastics 


8. steel 


o\ sheet 


8. steel 


inum 


copper 


nickel 


zinc 


other 


total 






(42) 


(43) 


(44) 


(45-48) 


(49,50) 


(51) 


(52) 


(55) 


(56) 


(57) 


(58) 


(59) 


(60) 


(61) 


(62) 


(64) 




CANSIM 


3631 


3632 


3633 


3634 


3635 


3636 


3637 


3638 




3639 


3640 


3641 


3642 


3643 


3644 


3645 


3646 


1973 




1,059 


1,287 


268 


115 


245 


283 


129 


66 




145 


268 


374 


521 


377 


203 


128 


8,308 


1974 




1,861 


1,722 


394 


133 


355 


421 


145 


116 




194 


438 


506 


644 


434 


226 


168 


9,034 


1973 


A 


78.6 


97.6 


21.0 


8.8 


21.3 


15.3 


12.4 


2.3 




9.3 


17.3 


24.1 


38.6 


17.4 


11.6 


8.8 


438.2 




S 


70.4 


90.6 


18.5 


8.7 


20.3 


16.2 


11.4 


7.5 




11.4 


20.0 


25.0 


42.1 


31.5 


15.4 


8.1 


636.9 







103.5 


107.3 


23.7 


10.5 


21.9 


24.2 


12.7 


7.4 




13.8 


29.4 


36.2 


45.8 


25.8 


23.7 


11.9 


825.1 




N 


126.7 


122.1 


25.5 


10.8 


25.4 


30.3 


11.5 


3.4 




13.7 


27.9 


36.8 


52.9 


45.5 


24.0 


12.1 


836.2 




D 


92.2 


103.8 


23.8 


10.7 


19.7 


24.2 


10.8 


5.8 




14.5 


23.8 


32.3 


50.0 


33.1 


19.8 


15.2 


624.6 


1974 


J 


132.4 


131.5 


26.5 


10.8 


25.7 


27.7 


11.0 


3.6 




11.7 


28.2 


34.1 


55.1 


30.9 


20.0 


15.4 


681.0 




F 


126.1 


124.1 


28.4 


10.2 


20.3 


28.4 


11.4 


7.2 




11.7 


26.2 


40.1 


54.3 


25.4 


19.1 


14.8 


702.8 : 




M 


128.7 


121.5 


24.9 


11.0 


29.2 


36.0 


10.4 


4.0 




12.0 


27.4 


29.4 


56.2 


39.8 


24.9 


23.6 


759.7 1 




A 


148.2 


138.8 


27.4 


12.8 


33.9 


41.7 


12.3 


7.6 




15.6 


31.3 


39.2 


56.0 


41.5 


22.2 


14.3 


763.5 




M 


164.1 


154.9 


30.9 


12.9 


29.3 


50.6 


15.3 


10.3 




15.2 


31.1 


48.0 


63.3 


27.7 


22.9 


16.6 


801.4 




J 


143.3 


125.6 


33.8 


11.4 


29.8 


30.7 


14.2 


6.0 




13.2 


34.8 


47.3 


60.8 


37.7 


17.8 


16.4 


730.9 H 




J 


158.2 


149.4 


41.7 


13.8 


29.0 


24.6 


12.2 


15.9 




22.6 


46.0 


42.1 


57.8 


42.7 


19.2 


18.3 


690.1 




A 


164.7 


149.1 


31.9 


9.7 


30.6 


28.0 


13.0 


7.4 




17.6 


34.6 


40.7 


70.9 


31.1 


15.8 


7.9 


596.0 




s 


171.6 


146.7 


26.9 


11.4 


27.8 


30.9 


10.6 


15.6 




18.5 


38.4 


46.7 


51.3 


52.6 


12.2 


11.5 


771.3 U 







191.0 


179.4 


54.4 


11.4 


33.9 


37.2 


14.1 


11.1 




16.5 


48.4 


46.3 


48.4 


38.4 


16.0 


7.0 


891.9 




N 


175.7 


143.7 


28.5 


10.0 


30.1 


40.7 


10.9 


17.1 




18.0 


44.5 


50.9 


39.7 


34.7 


14.0 


12.0 


885.6 




D 


157.3 


157.3 


38.9 


7.6 


35.4 


44.7 


10.0 


9.8 




21.9 


46.8 


41.1 


30.8 


31.7 


22.3 


10.9 


760.6 


1975 


J 


170. Or 


168.0 


29.4 


8.1 


30.7 


49.3 


10.5 


14.0 




14.4 


50.6 


36.0 


37.0 


40.6 


14.4 


11.1 


658. 1 r 




F 


166. 5r 


162.8 


27.8 


7.9 


26.3 


39.0 


10.1 


3.4 




16.9 


38.9 


27.6 


54.8 


33.6 


13.8 


14.3 


724. 5 r 




M 


162.0 


175.1 


28.0 


9.5 


35.0 


51.1 


9.8 


6.4 




18.4 


38.6 


24.4 


31.9 


31.1 


13.0 


14.2 


810.5 




A 


170.4 


162.8 


26.4 


6.8 


28.7 


42.6 


10.3 


12.2 




12.4 


34.6 


19.6 


30.6 


41.1 


9.2 


13.7 


850.9 




















c 


omestic 


exports 2 






























enc 


products, 


inedib 


e 














year 

and 
month 






machiner 








transportation & communications equipment 
















/ 


































con- 


dri 1 ling, 




















com- 
munic. 




per- 












veying, 


exca- 






total 


road 


motor 


motor 




aircraft 


8. 


other 


sonal & 










general 


mats. 


vatingo\ 






motor 


motor 


vehicle 


vehicle 




engines 


related 


equip. 


h'hold 


misc. 






total 


purpose 


handling 


mining 


farm 


total 


vehicles 


vehicles engines 


parts 


aircraft 


o\ ports 


equip. 


& tools 


goods 


end prod. 1 






(65) 


(66) 


(67) 


(68-72)' 


(73)' 


(76) 


(78-80) 


(78) 


(79) 


(80) 


(81) 


(82) 


(83) 


(84) 


(89) 


(91) 




CANSIM 


3647 


3648 


3649 


3650 


3651 


3652 


3653 


3654 


3655 


3656 


3657 


3658 


3659 


3660 


3661 


3662 


1973 




844 


149 


96 


43 


290 


6,366 


5,338 


3,247 


544 


1,547 


28 


386 


301 


582 


237 


279 


1974 




,148 


195 


130 


82 


397 


6,584 


5,578 


3,628 


460 


1,489 


55 


528 


352 


657 


260 


386 


1973 


A 


54.0 


8.6 


5.6 


2.3 


18.5 


298.8 


246.7 


109 


5 


32.6 


104.6 


4.2 


16.6 


17.5 


41.3 


22.6 


21.6 




S 


52.1 


7.7 


4.9 


3.4 


18.8 


497.1 


411.0 


250 


2 


40.5 


119.7 


- 


33.9 


23.1 


40.8 


24.6 


22.3 







84.3 


15.8 


9.6 


4.9 


28.8 


636.4 


538.4 


333 


1 


55.1 


150.3 


3.6 


33.5 


26.9 


49.5 


27.9 


27.1 




N 


82.0 


13.9 


10.9 


4.6 


27.5 


648.6 


557.6 


355. 


5 


51.2 


150.8 


4.0 


37.2 


29.3 


54.2 


26.2 


25.2 




D 


77.8 


12.9 


9.9 


6.5 


22.5 


459.8 


329.1 


191 


4 


29.2 


108.5 


4.5 


26.3 


26.3 


46.2 


19.1 


21.6 


1974 


J 


76.2 


14.3 


9.9 


5.2 


23.7 


514.8 


447.3 


304. 


7 


36.4 


106.2 


1.4 


28.1 


25.8 


51.6 


14.6 


23.8 




F 


76.7 


13.7 


8.7 


4.8 


25.4 


540.4 


464.0 


327. 


4 


34.8 


101.7 


6.1 


27.7 


25.0 


45.7 


13.4 


26.6 




M 


97.1 


17.8 


12.0 


5.4 


32.5 


559.0 


465.4 


302. 


2 


36.0 


127.2 


1.2 


34.1 


29.8 


55.0 


18.2 


30.4 




A 


91.3 


13.6 


10.0 


5.1 


36.9 


570.5 


456.6 


293. 


3 


40.3 


123.0 


7.0 


41.7 


26.5 


49.6 


22.2 


29.9 




M 


108.4 


18.2 


11.0 


6.5 


40.5 


574.0 


483.7 


316. 


1 


40.1 


127.5 


5.1 


32.4 


37.2 


59.6 


22.2 


37.2 




J 


94.0 


16.2 


10.6 


5.4 


34.0 


530.3 


448. 


287. 


8 


37.7 


122.5 


10.8 


27.5 


27.8 


54.2 


20.8 


31.5 




J 


114.4 


18.5 


13.0 


9.0 


37.1 


455.4 


351.0 


200. 


9 


33.5 


116.5 


8.7 


39.2 


34.9 


60.6 


26.6 


33.1 




A 


82.1 


14.1 


9.0 


6.5 


27.8 


413.1 


356.5 


212. 


2 


28.7 


115.6 


2.9 


18.2 


22.0 


45.6 


25.3 


29.8 




S 


92.7 


14.5 


9.6 


8.7 


31.7 


563.4 


490.0 


303. 


8 


46.6 


138.8 


2.8 


30.1 


31.2 


53.5 


28.0 


33.5 







105.0 


18.2 


11.9 


8.6 


35.3 


659.2 


577.0 


354. 


3 


55.2 


167.5 


5.8 


31.0 


32.9 


58.4 


28.3 


41.1 




N 


99.6 


16.4 


11.2 


8.2 


34.3 


666.9 


593.9 


410. 


1 


42.5 


141.3 


1.0 


29.1 


28.9 


61.3 


21.6 


36.2 




D 


110.0 


19.6 


13.3 


9.2 


38.1 


536.5 


445.4 


315. 


3 


28.9 


101.2 


2.4 


39.1 


30.9 


62.0 


18.4 


33.8 


1975 


J 


116.2 


23.9 


14.2 


9.3 


36.9 


441.9, 


368.2 


r 250. 


1 


27.0 


91.0 r 


1.5 


24.5 


26.1 


59.2 


12.3 


28.5 




F 


121.8 


18.6 


10.9 


12.7 


45.7 


505.5. 


433.4 


r 314. 


2 


24.3 


94. 9 r 


3.7 


24.8 


26.6 


58.9 


13.6 


24.7 




M 


129.8 


22.8 


10.2 


9.8 


52.5 


571.2 


487.1 


346. 


5 


29.7 


110.9 


1. 1 


37.9 


27.8 


65.4 


16.3 


27.8 




A 


130.0 


19.4 


9.9 


11.1 


58.7 


617.2 


544.2 


376. 


9 


40.9 


126.4 


0.8 


34.0 


25.7 


56.4 


17.4 


29.9 






'Column numbers refer to tables 3 and 4 


section 1 1. 'Includ 


es speciol 


transaction-trade, 


not shown 


separate 


ly. 


J The 


annual ind 


ex, being 


calculated 


separatel 


/, wi 11 dif 


er slight 


y from the 


index obtained by 


the avera 


ge of the twelve months. 


'Revisions mode tc 


ensure consistent coveroge 


The most important 1 


are: F 


arm 


machinery 


(73) now includes 


tractors; 


Drilling, 


excavatin 


g and mining (68-72) 


now exclude meta 


Iworking, 


woodworking machinery, etc. Source: Trade of 


Canod 


a. 


Exports (65.004), Statistics Canado. 




























102 









































July, 


1975 


























SECTION 11 


































TABLE 4 








Tobl 


e 4: merchandise 


imports, h 


y commodity, bosed on tb 


e standard commc 


idity classification 1 (mill 


ion dollarx) 
















food, feed, 


beverages 


and tobacco 


















(1968-100) 




















crude 


materials, 


inedible 






















and 






index o 
















coffee, 








other 






























month 




index of 


phy si ca 


I imports animals 




& meat 




other & 


ables & 


raw 


cocoa 




oil- 




textile 


ores 






prices 2 


volume 2 


total 3 total 


total 


preps. 


fresh 


preps. 


preps. 


sugar 


& tea 


total 


seeds 


cotton 


fibres 


& cone* 






(1) 


(2) 


(3) (6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(14) 


(IS) 


(16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(22) 


(24) 


(26) 


(27) 


(28) 


CANSIM 


3720 


3721 


3729 3730 


3731 


3732 


3733 


3734 


3735 


3736 


3737 


3738 


3739 


3740 


3741 


3742 


1973 




121.3 


155.4 


23,303 137 


1,844 


22 9 


214 


146 


211 


162 


188 


2,016 


79 


71 


88 


75 


1974 




160.4 


147.4 


31,578 109 


2,404 


195 


232 


155 


262 


402 


212 


4,071 


131 


73 


88 


94 


1973 


S 


124.4 


138.7 


1,777.7 19.8 


141.5 


16.4 


16.8 


10.9 


6.5 


24.1 


15.4 


166.0 


4.8 


7.3 


6.4 


8.7 







125.4 


180.3 


2,328.8 35.0 


202.9 


25. 1 


33.2 


14.7 


15.2 


20.6 


16.3 


190.4 


3.4 


8.0 


8.4 


8.1 




N 


127.0 


175 1 


2,291 3 28.2 


206.2 


27.6 


17.8 


15.2 


19.1 


19.6 


15.5 


198.7 


4. 1 


8.8 


7.7 


7.4 




D 


130.1 


147.0 


1,971 .7 15.9 


189.9 


23.4 


17.9 


11.9 


18.9 


18.9 


18.1 


204.4 


9.5 


10.4 


6.2 


4.9 


1974 


J 


133.0 


158.8 


2, 174.9 10.5 


172.9 


22.5 


12.1 


11.8 


19.8 


22.7 


19.2 


239.7 


23.5 


5.9 


7.8 


5.1 




F 


139.1 


150.9 


2,162.1 11.8 


144.4 


16.4 


12.3 


8.7 


18.8 


5.6 


18.3 


259.1 


3.7 


9.4 


8.6 


2.4 




M 


153.3 


157.3 


2,483.2 22.4 


153.6 


18.9 


13.2 


12.0 


18.9 


10.7 


19.7 


325.7 


6. 1 


8.2 


8.8 


3.4 




A 


149.9 


157.3 


2,428.6 12.3 


152.2 


14.0 


13.2 


11.8 


19.6 


20.9 


14.5 


290.1 


11.6 


7. 1 


7.9 


4.8 




M 


156.2 


183.1 


2,945.8 7.0 


214.3 


12.1 


17.9 


13.6 


27.7 


24.9 


27.2 


431.9 


16.0 


8.3 


9.9 


11.4 




J 


159.3 


165.0 


2,707.8 3.7 


215.4 


11.0 


26.5 


10.7 


27.5 


40.0 


16.1 


364.8 


9.9 


5.5 


8.1 


11.1 




J 


162.3 


162.4 


2,713.9 3.5 


200.3 


14.7 


28.3 


10.7 


29.5 


11.1 


18.6 


381.9 


13.8 


3.2 


7.4 


9.7 




A 


164.0 


143.8 


2,513-4 2.5 


201.6 


16.2 


24.9 


13.6 


14.8 


43.6 


13.6 


374.9 


12.5 


5.1 


8.6 


8.5 




S 


167.9 


150.5 


2,603.0 9.2 


205.2 


15.7 


19.5 


13.9 


11.8 


50.8 


12.5 


285.8 


4.9 


6.2 


6.2 


7.2 







172.5 


173.4 


3, 080.5 10. 1 


242.9 


20.3 


29.4 


17.5 


21.5 


44.1 


15.1 


388.5 


10.3 


4.8 


5.8 


9.6 




N 


175.6 


167.2 


3,024.4 9.6 


263.4 


16.0 


16.1 


15.8 


26.3 


79.3 


16.1 


382.7 


9.9 


5.1 


5.3 


10.1 




D 


178. 1 


150.0 


2,740.9 6.7 


237.7 


17.3 


19.0 


15.0 


25.3 


48.1 


20.9 


346.3 


8.8 


4.3 


4.4 


11.1 


1975 


J 


181.1 


151.6 


2,828.1 rl0.4 


239.8 


17.9 


14.8 


15.8 


29.8 


70.9 


17.6 


501.7 


30.7 


5. 1 


5.4 


17.0 




F 


184.4 


137.3 


2,605.9 r 4.9 


165.6 


18.8 


14.2 


11.8 


24.1 


3.5 


21.0 


372.6, 


■ 3.5 


5.1 


6.1 


4.5 




M 


186.6 


147.2 


2,832.3 r 7.5 


176.4 


14.9 


16.1 


12.3 


23.6 


31.5 


16.2 


382.9, 


• 3.6 


4.3 


6.0c 


5.0 




A 






2,867.4 7.2 


170.9 


13.9 


19.1 


13.8 


27.3 


5.8 


18.0 


397.4 


8.7 


3.9 


5.0 


8.4 







crude 




s, inedible 












fabricated materia 


Is, inedib 


le 
























other 
brood 




che 


. . 


. 










and 




. 












broad 


other 




tics & 




other 


. 


























month 




ores & 




crude 




paper 


thread & 


woven 


woven 


textile 


inor- 




synth. 




petrol. 


plate 


other iron 






cone. 3 


coal 


petroleum total 


& board 


cordage 


fabrics 


fabrics 


mats. 


ganic 


organic 


rubber 


fuel oi 


1 prod. 


& sheet 


& steel 






(29) 


(34) 


(35) 


(39) 


(44) s 


(45) 


(46) 


(47) 


(48) 


(49) 


(50) 


(52) 


(53) 


(54) 


(56) 


(55, 57) 


can: 


>IM 


3743 


3744 


3745 


3746 


3747 


3748 


3749 


3750 


3751 


3752 


3753 


3754 


3755 


3756 


3757 


3758 


1973 


94 


167 


941 


4,281 


139 


166 


103 


201 


189 


120 


210 


370 


132 


83 


223 


430 


1974 




116 


303 


2,645 


6,476 


206 


233 


132 


226 


225 


159 


358 


584 


236 


137 


470 


787 


1973 


S 


6.2 


16.7 


85.9 


324.5 


11.4 


11.2 


7.6 


12.1 


14.0 


8.7 


14.2 


27.0 


10.4 


5.6 


18.9 


36.7 




O 


6.8 


20.9 


80.7 


425.2 


16.0 


16.7 


8.7 


16.6 


19.0 


9.7 


18.3 


35.3 


13.5 


9.8 


24.0 


41.3 




N 


9.6 


16.5 


91.3 


441 .6 


14.2 


16.7 


12.6 


17.6 


17.9 


10.7 


21.3 


33.1 


12.1 


8.3 


27.2 


50.5 




D 


11.3 


17.6 


100.7 


386.2 


12.9 


15.5 


7.9 


15.8 


15.0 


9.9 


17.3 


31.8 


22.8 


7.2 


17.5 


40.4 


1974 


J 


5.7 


8.9 


133.6 


420.0 


14.4 


19.4 


13. 1 


17.9 


17.2 


9.8 


20.0 


38.1 


11.2 


8.0 


24.0 


46.4 




F 


2.0 


0.7 


186.4 


398.5 


14.1 


16.8 


10.5 


16.0 


16.5 


9.0 


19.4 


35.5 


7.8 


6.5 


19.0 


42.1 




M 


11.4 


2.8 


214. 1 


482.9 


15.2 


20.8 


11.0 


15.6 


18.5 


10.7 


23.6 


43.6 


7.9 


9.8 


23.6 


52.5 




A 


4.2 


8.7 


195. 1 


486.8 


15.7 


20.9 


10.7 


17.5 


19.9 


11.0 


27.1 


44.0 


7.9 


7.5 


29.3 


52.9 




M 


9.3 


44.9 


274.5 


612.7 


20.0 


22.8 


13.7 


20.9 


21.7 


13.9 


32.7 


51.5 


33.0 


12.7 


39.4 


70.8 




J 


15.4 


40.0 


223.9 


544.2 


17.0 


19.3 


12.5 


17.6 


18.7 


12.1 


26.8 


50.1 


32.5 


10.9 


35.7 


65.7 




J 


8.7 


44.7 


248.9 


598.7 


18.7 


21.3 


12.6 


19.4 


19.2 


12.3 


39.3 


53.6 


25.0 


12.8 


38.0 


87.2 




A 


13.0 


35.8 


241 .7 


585.4 


18.4 


23.8 


12.1 


20.9 


19.6 


14.8 


37.2 


56.4 


27.6 


12.8 


39.2 


68.1 




S 


9.7 


8.3 


199.0 


555.6 


18.4 


18.4 


9.2 


19.8 


17.3 


20.5 


33.9 


54.6 


15.0 


11.0 


41.4 


63.3 







17.7 


36.1 


252.6 


633 8 


20.0 


14.7 


9.6 


20.7 


20.3 


13.2 


31.8 


58.6 


21.6 


13.8 


61.0 


88.4 




N 


5.3 


49.2 


244.5 


622.5 


18.1 


17.0 


9.2 


21.9 


19.8 


14.4 


33.6 


56.0 


27.7 


14.8 


68.6 


89.3 




D 


14.2 


22.9 


231 .0 


534.8 


16.6 


17.8 


8.3 


17.9 


16.5 


17.7 


32.7 


42.7 


18.3 


16.8 


51.4 


60.4 


1975 


J 


10.0 


28. 1 


352.6 


557.2 r 


16.7 


17.7 


9.2 


18.1 


17.0 


17.5 


30.4 


40.9 


10.7 


11.8 


52.1 r 


75.3 




F 


7.2 


17.5 


277.1 r 


461. Or 


15.3 


14.0 


8.5 


15.4 


15.6 


15.3 


26. 8r 


34.9 


17. 4r 


9.4 


26. 5r 


59.8 




M 


13.8 


10.1 


285.4 


468.1 r 


14.8 


13.2 


7.5 


13.9 


18.5 


15.9 


34. Or 


35.1 r 


6.7 


13.2 


24. 7r 


58. 4 r 




A 


9.5 


37.7 


264.5 


463.4 


16.4 


17.5 


8.0 


15.5 


18.8 


12.1 


29.6 


34.9 


12.2 


13.3 


18.6 


59.0 



Note! See footnotes at end of Table. 



103 



SECTION 11 






























July, 1975 


TABLE 


4 — Concl. 


































Table 


4: mere 


handise imports, b 


y commodity, based on th 


e stondor 


d commodity cl 


ossification 1 (mil 


ion dollars) — concluded 
























end prod 


jets, in« 


dible 
























machinery 




















fabricated 






















































year 




materials, 


















mecha- 












and 
month 




inedible 


















nical 








transp. 


& communi- 






. 












machine 






power 








cations 


equi pment 








me to 1 
















trans- 
















non- 


fab. 










drilling 


tools 


other 




mission 






tractor 




motor 






ferrous 


basic 






general 


mats. 


& exca- 


metal 


metal 


textile 


equip- 






engines 




vehic. 






me ta 1 s 


prod. 


total 


total 


purp. 


handling voting 


working 


workinc 


ind. 


ment 


farm 


tractors 


& parts 


total 


& parts 






(58-62) 


(63) 


(64) 


(65) 


(66) s 


(67) 


(68) 5 


(69) 


(70) 


(71) 


(72) 5 


(73) 


(74) 


(75) 


(76) 


(78-80) 


CANSIM 


3759 


3760 


3761 


3762 


3763 


3764 


3765 


3766 


3767 


3768 


3769 


3770 


3771 


3772 


3773 


3774 


1973 




373 


414 


14,771 


2,762 


504 


235 


410 


119 


140 


99 


157 


229 


263 


139 


7,783 


6,063 


1974 




604 


565 


18,228 


3,620 


617 


329 


532 


149 


188 


109 


196 


354 


368 


178 


9,257 


6,995 


1973 


S 


32.9 


30.2 


1,103.0 


186.9 


32.8 


15.3 


25.6 


8.3 


8.1 


6.5 


11.3 


16.1 


18.8 


10.8 


593.4 


477.8 







42.4 


39.9 


1,452.1 


259.5 


48.1 


22.7 


37. 9 


12.9 


14.9 


9.9 


14.8 


18.0 


26.8 


13.1 


764.5 


600.4 




N 


43.6 


38.6 


1,391.3 


238.6 


44.7 


22.4 


35.8 


13.5 


12.4 


9.5 


14.1 


16.4 


19.0 


11.3 


752.8 


579.7 




D 


41.2 


34.8 


1,157.6 


204.2 


37.5 


17.8 


28.1 


11.0 


12.8 


8.9 


12.2 


16.0 


17.3 


11.0 


616.4 


458.7 


1974 


J 


36.8 


37.2 


1,315.8 


246.1 


47.3 


21.6 


31.3 


11.4 


11.3 


11.4 


15.1 


19.8 


21.0 


11.1 


688.9 


527.1 




F 


36.7 


38.8 


1,332.8 


229.2 


42.5 


21.1 


32.8 


8.1 


11.2 


8.0 


12.9 


20.4 


20.3 


11.7 


721.5 


559.0 




M 


57.9 


44.0 


1,474.2 


277.8 


50.2 


24.3 


39.1 


12.3 


14.5 


8.4 


15.6 


25.5 


24.6 


14.2 


759.1 


552.0 




A 


54.0 


43.2 


1,464.3 


281.3 


54.6 


22.4 


38.1 


11.0 


14.7 


9.3 


14.2 


29.6 


27.9 


12.8 


768.7 


592.8 




M 


53.7 


49.3 


1,655.0 


335.5 


52.8 


32.6 


46.9 


11.8 


19.2 


9.8 


16.9 


36.0 


42.6 


16.1 


832.5 


639.3 




J 


43.5 


46.2 


1,557.4 


301.0 


49.3 


27.2 


45.4 


12.7 


15.2 


7.7 


15.9 


31.1 


31.6 


14.1 


798.9 


606.3 




J 


55.8 


50.1 


1,500.5 


333.0 


50.0 


28.1 


52.3 


11.9 


18.6 


9.3 


17.6 


36.4 


34.3 


14.8 


665.8 


464.0 




A 


48.6 


49.6 


1,323.3 


305.9 


47.7 


28.1 


45.3 


13.3 


14.3 


9.5 


15.8 


34.0 


26.9 


15.1 


554.4 


402.7 




S 


51.6 


48.6 


1,524.4 


308. 1 


50.1 


27.6 


49.3 


11.9 


14.2 


10.5 


17.2 


31.5 


30.8 


15.5 


761.8 


595.7 







65.6 


57.1 


1,776.2 


348.5 


59.5 


33.9 


51.9 


14.4 


16.5 


8.2 


20.0 


34.6 


39.6 


18.3 


931.7 


726.3 




N 


52.4 


53.2 


1,716.3 


332.9 


58.0 


33.0 


54.6 


13.5 


16.4 


7.5 


19.0 


27.7 


34.8 


17.4 


930.6 


722.4 




D 


47.6 


48.0 


1,588.2 


321.6 


55.4 


29.2 


44.5 


16.7 


21.5 


9.6 


16.0 


28.1 


33.8 


17.4 


843.1 


607.4 


1975 


J 


52.1 


53.1 


1,494.1 


r 348.3, 


59.0 


33.3 


48.4 


15.0 


18.3 


9.9 


19.4 


30.1 r 


34.3 


18.9 


674.9, 


505.2 




F 


35.1 r 


50.9 


1,580.8 


r 347.4 i 


60.8 


32.4 


51.1 r 


14.1 


16. Or 


9.0 


17.1 


34. 5, 


39.6 r 


19.5 


746.2 


577.6 r 




M 


33.4 


58. 8 r 


1,771.0 


r 402.1 , 


71.1 r 


35. 6r 


56. 8 r 


16.0 


16.9 


7.3 


20.0 


45.4 


47. 3, 


23. 4, 


888.0 


644.5 r 




A 


26.4 


52.5 


1,804.1 


389.6 


62.0 


31.5 


56.0 


14.4 


16.2 


8.9 


17.5 


42.1 


53.6 


21.4 


957.0 


735.4 


















end products, inedible 


























other equipment and tools 











n 


s end pre 




year 




transp 












peri, ex 


mist-' 


ducts 


and 




















meas. 




h'hold goods 




























month 




road 


motor 


motor 




com- 






electric 


control. 












other 








motor 


vehic. 


vehic. 


aircraft 


munic. 




air cond 


light & 


& 


office 




appare 


1 6V 


books 


printed 


photo. 






vehic. 


engines 


parts 


& parts 


& relate 


i total 


& refrig. 


distrib. 


scient. 


machines total 


access 


. total 


& pamph. 


mat. 


goods 






(78) 


(79) 


(80) 


(81-82) 


(83) 


(84) 


(85) 


(86) 


(87) 


(88) 


(89) 


(90) 


(91) 


(92) 


(93) 


(94) 


CANSIM 


3775 


3776 


3777 


3778 


3779 


3780 


3781 


3782 


3783 


3784 


3785 


3786 


3787 


3788 


3789 


3790 


1973 




2,576 


749 


2,739 


511 


812 


1,992 


137 


353 


375 


497 


1,021 


458 


1,219 


155 


162 


283 


1974 




3,131 


730 


3, 133 


667 


956 


2,527 


190 


402 


435 


608 


1,283 


578 


,539 


172 


200 


358 


1973 


S 


180.2 


51 .9 


245.6 


27.9 


62.3 


146.1 


8.9 


24.6 


26.5 


37.4 


79.3 


35.3 


97.3 


11.7 


13.9 


24.0 







274.0 


69.0 


257.5 


33.2 


96.9 


192.3 


11.4 


34.1 


33.7 


50.4 


108.3 


48.2 


127.5 


16.1 


15.4 


34.9 




N 


246.5 


68.4 


264.8 


55.6 


81.9 


191.6 


11.2 


31.4 


34.6 


51.7 


90.8 


34.8 


117.6 


14.4 


15.6 


26.9 




D 


210.7 


49.8 


198.2 


61.6 


63.7 


161. 9 


11.1 


24.0 


29.0 


43.0 


77.1 


31.8 


98.0 


11.2 


11.8 


24.2 


1974 


J 


185.7 


55.9 


285.6 


56.2 


68.6 


183.5 


14.6 


27.7 


34.4 


45.7 


89.3 


43.5 


108.0 


12.3 


14.2 


23.8 




F 


249.7 


57.9 


251.5 


57.7 


66.6 


179.4 


12.0 


29.0 


29.6 


45.2 


95.9 


49.4 


106.7 


11.7 


15.1 


24.1 




M 


251.9 


56.8 


243.3 


86.9 


71.3 


216.3 


16.5 


33.0 


36.5 


57.5 


97.1 


44.2 


123.9 


14.0 


15.5 


28.5 




A 


294.9 


60.3 


237.6 


57.1 


74.0 


197.9 


14.7 


32.3 


35.3 


49.2 


99.4 


45.7 


117.1 


12.1 


14.9 


27.1 




M 


310.4 


65.6 


263.3 


56.0 


77.8 


233.8 


18.8 


37.8 


39.1 


55.4 


111.0 


45.4 


142.1 


15.0 


16.5 


35.4 




J 


281.0 


65.0 


260.3 


61.4 


75.8 


211.9 


15.9 


34.2 


36.2 


48.2 


114.5 


48.3 


131.1 


15.5 


16.1 


30.5 




J 


226.5 


42.7 


194.8 


42.1 


90.8 


225.6 


18.6 


35.5 


39.4 


52.6 


129.6 


60.7 


146.1 


16.9 


17.4 


39.8 




A 


156.4 


48.8 


197.6 


23.6 


84.0 


206.7 


15.1 


33.6 


36.8 


46.1 


125.8 


62.1 


130.5 


15.6 


16.3 


29.1 




S 


258.6 


66.0 


271.2 


29.9 


86.4 


208.6 


13.9 


36.2 


34.6 


46.3 


109.4 


49.0 


136.3 


14.4 


19.5 


31.1 







328.5 


70.1 


327.6 


43.3 


98.9 


233.5 


17.8 


35.6 


39.2 


53.5 


113.8 


46.9 


148.8 


17.4 


18.2 


37.8 




N 


333.3 


77.0 


312.1 


50.2 


90.8 


222.6 


16.7 


37.3 


37.6 


53.4 


100.4 


40.5 


129.8 


14.4 


20.1 


27.0 




D 


254.5 


64.8 


288.1 


02.6 


71.7 


207.2 


15.9 


30.7 


36.5 


55.4 


97.1 


42.9 


119.1 


12.9 


15.8 


24.5 


1975 


J 


195.7 


54.0 


255.4 


43.7 


70.4 


220.4 


16.7 


34.0 


42.5 


54.9 


1 1 1 .3 r 


57.1 r 


139.2 


15.5 


18.3 


34.4 




F 


256. 9 r 


52.7 


267.9 


41.9 


68. 6 r 


226.2 


15.6 


35.1 


54.2 


49.5 


126. 3r 


69.1 r 


134. 9r 


13.9 


19.8 


32. 4r 




M 


280. Or 


65.9 


298.6 


04.4 r 


67. 7r 


228.9 


19. 4r 


36.4 


45. 8r 


49. 9 r 


115. Or 


58. 6r 


137. Or 


15. 4r 


20. 5r 


29.8 




A 


343.4 


70.3 


321.6 


98.3 


66.6 


222.9 


16.5 


36.2 


41.6 


57.1 


106.1 


49.8 


128.5 


15.0 


18.4 


27.2 



'Column numbers refer to tables 3 and 4, section 1 1. 2 The annual index, being calculated separately, will differ slightly from the index obtoined by the 

average of the twelve months. 'Includes special transaction-trade, not shown separately. 'Includes scrop. 5 Some series such os General purpose machinery 
have been revised to ensure consistent coverage. Other important revisions were: Paper and board (44) now excludes woodpulp; Drilling, excavating and mining (68) 
now include oil and gas field mochinery; Mechanical power transmission equipment (72) now exclude special industry machinery. Source: Trade of Canada Imports 
(65-007), Statistics Canada. 



104 



Ju'y 


1975 


























SECTION 12 
TABLE 1 










Table 1: carl 


oadings of 


revenue freight on Canadian rai 


ways' (thousand cars) 










total railway 








farm produ 


:ts and food 








mine 


products 








revenue 


ireigru 


total 






















year 




loadings 


(carload 


revenue 
















other 




coal, sand. 


and 




and non- 


carload) 


cars 




other 


fresh 


other 






iron 


metal 




cement 


montf 




C000 


tons) 


loaded 
(carload 




grain 
and grain 


fruits 
and vege- 


agri- 
culture 


animal s 
and their 


prepared 
food 


ore and 


ores and 




and other 
























unadj. 


S.A. 


only) 


wheat 


products 


tables 


products 


products 


products 


trates 


trates 


potash 


products 


CANSIM 


5324 


5325 


5300 


5301 


5302 


5303 


5304 


5305 


5306 


5307 


5308 


5309 


5310 


1973 




240,575 




4, 050. 9 


266.2 


188.5 


19.6 


24.5 


26.7 


71.5 


630.1 


186.0 


86.6 


541.3 


1974 




244,748 




4, 126. 1 


259.2 


178.2 


18.6 


25.2 


31.4 


70.7 


598.9 


213.4 


107.6 


538.6 


1973 


J 


22,740 


21,076 


376.3 


30.3 


14.4 


0.5 


1.4 


2.0 


6.5 


60.3 


17.0 


6.6 


58.0 




J 


21,336 


20,765 


346.5 


30.3 


16.9 


0.5 


1.2 


1.7 


5.7 


61.0 


16.2 


4.6 


52.1 




A 


14,278 


14,655 


214.8 


12.1 


8.6 


0.1 


0.7 


0.9 


3.3 


56.9 


8.2 


3.7 


30.8 




S 


21,271 


20,639 


346.7 


19.8 


13.9 


0.6 


2.0 


1.8 


6.2 


65.2 


16.8 


6.3 


54.4 







24,686 


21,386 


405.9 


28.4 


17.8 


1.8 


4.3 


3.8 


7.2 


71.2 


17.5 


8.5 


60.9 




N 


22,364 


20,494 


376.6 


22.4 


21.2 


2.9 


4.2 


4.1 


6.9 


61.8 


17.0 


8.9 


47.2 




D 


18,175 


20,148 


310.2 


22.0 


17.4 


2.1 


2.0 


2.0 


5.1 


44.7 


14.8 


7.8 


38.2 


1974 


J 


17,102 


19,647 


308.2 


17.3 


15.3 


2.5 


2.2 


2.5 


5.5 


31.8 


16.0 


8.5 


36.4 




F 


16,056 


19,549 


292.2 


15.1 


11.5 


2.2 


1.7 


1.8 


5.4 


28.4 


15.9 


9.3 


33.0 




M 


18,773 


20,236 


337.5 


19.3 


11.8 


2.4 


1.9 


2.3 


6.2 


34.4 


16.9 


11.4 


39.0 




A 


20,734 


20,470 


350.6 


24.8 


11.3 


1.8 


1.9 


2.1 


5.8 


48.7 


18.8 


12.1 


42.6 




M 


22,934 


20,705 


383.3 


29.9 


16.7 


1.2 


1.6 


2.3 


6.6 


59.8 


18.9 


10.3 


45.5 




J 


21,916 


20,653 


362.3 


26.2 


16.3 


0.5 


1.5 


1.8 


5.9 


59.2 


17.5 


8.6 


47.8 




J 


22,490 


21,561 


363.9 


30.4 


19.6 


0.3 


1.4 


2.2 


6.3 


60.8 


18.1 


6.1 


50.3 




A 


21,655 


22,746 


353.4 


19.3 


16.2 


0.3 


1.4 


2.6 


6.3 


59.5 


17.7 


7.0 


49.6 




S 


20,472 


19,434 


331.4 


8.7 


12.0 


0.5 


1.7 


2.6 


6.0 


59.9 


18.1 


7.6 


48.7 







22,478 


19,485 


376.2 


23.2 


16.1 


1.5 


5.0 


3.8 


6.6 


55.4 


19.7 


9. 1 


54.4 




N 


21,930 


20,453 


363.9 


28.6 


17.5 


2.6 


3.2 


5.1 


5.3 


58.6 


19.0 


8.8 


48.7 




D 


18,208 


19,717 


303.2 


16.4 


13.9 


2.8 


1.7 


2.3 


4.8 


42.4 


16.8 


8.8 


42.6 


1975 


J 


17,862 


20,704 


300.8 


20.9 


16.3 


2.1 


1.7 


2.5 


4.3 


33.4 


18.9 


8.2 


37.9 




F 


16,997 


20,710 


289. 1 


16.4 


13.2 


1.8 


1.6 


2.5 


4.7 


32.4 


17.4 


9.2 


35.1 




M 


17,050 


18,314 


287.4 


6.5 


6.6 


1.9 


1.8 


2.0 


4.9 


40.9 


16.7 


8.2 


34.6 




A 


19,447 


19,257 


324.0 


23.5 


14.1 


2.3 


1.7 


2.1 


5.2 


42.4 


18.3 


9.0 


44.2 




M 


20,916 


19,188 


342.4 


26.1 


18.2 


1.2 


1.7 


1.9 


5.4 


49.5 


19.2 


6.4 


48.6 
















manu 


actures and 


miscellaneous 




non 

carloads 










motor 








other 




year 
and 




(o 


est products 


iron 

and steel 


other 


vehicles 
and parts 








manu- 
factures 


(small 
pa cka ge 




piggyback 










, metals, 








receipts 


month 




lumber 




other 


primary 


primary 


(inc.. 


refined 






and 


freight) 


from 


traffic 






and 




forest 


and manu 


- and manu- 


agri- 


petroleum 


chemicals 


paper and 


miscel- 


('000 


U. S. con- 


(incl. in 






plywood 


pulpwood 


products 


factured 


factured 


cultural) 


products 


and acids 


paperboar 


d laneous 


tons) 


nections 


loadings) 


CANSIM 


5311 


5312 


5313 


5314 


5315 


5316 


5317 


5318 


5319 


5320 


5321 


5322 


5323 


1973 




220.3 


237.5 


91.9 


85.6 


30.1 


135.8 


200.5 


75.8 


150.8 


781.6 


1,661 


659.1 


352.1 


1974 




190.5 


235.3 


78.6 


91.8 


33.4 


141.9 


203.0 


86.7 


164.3 


851.4 


2,400 


706.2 


418.8 


1973 


J 


21.1 


20.9 


9.0 


7.6 


2.6 


12.7 


15.8 


6.7 


13.5 


69.4 


138 


58.5 


32.9 




J 


17.2 


17.8 


7.3 


6.5 


2.3 


8.6 


15.5 


6.0 


12.7 


62.4 


130 


46.1 


28.9 




A 


12.0 


12.3 


3.5 


3.6 


1.3 


4.9 


8.9 


3.3 


7.5 


32.2 


66 


38.2 


13.2 




S 


17.3 


17.4 


7.2 


6.8 


2.4 


10.9 


14.9 


5.7 


10.2 


66.9 


157 


54.2 


28.6 







19.3 


20.7 


8.3 


7.4 


2.9 


12.9 


17.8 


6.9 


12.4 


75.9 


146 


62.4 


33.6 




N 


18.3 


22.0 


9.1 


6.8 


2.6 


12.6 


18.3 


7.3 


13.0 


70.0 


150 


57.5 


29.8 




D 


14.8 


19.8 


6.8 


6.3 


2.2 


7.9 


16.8 


6.4 


11.9 


61.2 


127 


52.3 


27.8 


1974 


J 


15.6 


18.3 


6.3 


7.1 


3.2 


12.2 


19.8 


7.2 


14.5 


66.0 


127 


56.9 


29.8 




F 


17.0 


20.4 


7.5 


7.7 


2.7 


11.1 


18.1 


7.1 


13.5 


62.8 


116 


55.7 


31.8 




M 


19.4 


23.8 


8.7 


8.4 


3.1 


12.3 


18.0 


8.0 


14.2 


76.0 


172 


64.4 


39.3 




A 


19.4 


20.6 


7.4 


7.6 


3.0 


12.2 


16.2 


7.9 


14.4 


72.0 


188 


66.1 


36.8 




M 


21.0 


21.3 


7.8 


8.4 


3.0 


14.0 


15.9 


8.0 


13.7 


77.4 


219 


66.6 


37.6 




J 


18.7 


20.1 


5.4 


8.0 


2.9 


12.4 


15.5 


6.9 


12.6 


74.5 


234 


61.2 


35.6 




J 


15.1 


18.1 


6.5 


7.3 


2.3 


9.4 


16.4 


6.6 


14.5 


72.2 


213 


54.4 


34.4 




A 


15.6 


19.8 


7.7 


7.2 


2.5 


9.3 


16.4 


6.8 


15.0 


73.2 


265 


55.0 


34.3 




S 


13.9 


19.5 


6.4 


7.5 


2.4 


11.0 


14.9 


6.6 


13.3 


70.1 


230 


55.8 


33.1 







14.1 


20.0 


7.8 


8.1 


2.9 


13.8 


16.8 


7.3 


13.9 


76.7 


221 


62.4 


38.1 




N 


11.6 


18.0 


7.9 


7.4 


2.6 


13.9 


16.7 


6.9 


12.8 


68.7 


214 


57.3 


35.2 




D 


9.1 


15.4 


6.6 


7.1 


2.8 


10.3 


18.3 


7.4 


11.9 


61.8 


201 


50.4 


32.8 


1975 


J 


11.9 


17.5 


6.8 


7.5 


2.8 


8.9 


18.9 


7.1 


13.2 


60.0 


170 


42.8 


30.8 




F 


13.6 


17.4 


7.1 


7.5 


2.5 


10.6 


17.7 


6.8 


12.3 


59.3 


144 


43.0 


30.6 




M 


15.4 


18.8 


7.9 


7.7 


2.6 


13.1 


16.6 


7.3 


12.5 


61.4 


144 


46.0 


31.3 




A 


17.6 


17.0 


7.0 


6.6 


2.5 


13.0 


16.3 


6.7 


11.9 


62.6 


155 


45.1 


30.3 




M 


17.8 


17.0 


6.2 


7.0 


2.8 


13.3 


14.7 


7.4 


11.1 


66.9 


164 


45.8 


32.1 



'Based on monthly carloadings reported by 24 major lines carrying more than 99 per cent of railway traffic in Canada. 
(52-001) monthly. Statistics Canada. 



Source: Railway Carloadings 



105 



SECTION 12 
TABLES 2 and 3 



July, 1975 



Table 2: operating statistics of Canadian railways' 



year 

and 
month 



railway operating revenues 



freight 



passenger 



railway 

operating 

expenses 



railway 

operating 

income 



million dollars 



revenue 
Ion -miles 



passenger- 
miles 



CANSIM 4013 



4014 



4015 



4016 



4017 



4019 



4021 



1973 




2,029.3 


1,741.0 


51.0 


1974 




2,460.1 


2,052.5 


75.0 


1973 


J 


157.5 


134.7 


6.2 




A 2 


87.0 


77.5 


0.9 




S 


150.8 


132.5 


2.8 







192.2 


169.9 


3.3 




N 


190.5 


167.2 


4.3 




D 


230.0 


169.2 


5.9 


1974 


J 


172.1 


148.9 


4.3 




F 


169.2 


147.1 


4.1 




M 


195.9 


164.4 


5.6 




A 


199.3 


171.4 


5.8 




M 


209.9 


180.7 


6.7 




J 


196.2 


162.3 


7.5 




J 


198.8 


164.6 


8.8 




A 


196.2 


162.2 


9.7 




S 


190.3 


161.5 


6.2 




O 


210.9 


183.2 


4.9 




N 


199.2 


173.9 


4.6 




D 


322.1 


232.3 


6.8 


1975 


J 


191.4 


163.0 


4.3 




F 


189.4 


160.0 


4.6 




M 


211.2 


166.7 


6.2 




A 


223.8 


187.9 


5.2 



1,935.4 


107.8 


2,382.3 


77.8 


157.5 


_ 


120.9 


-34.0 


150.1 


0.7 


172.0 


20.2 


172.7 


17.7 


191.2 


38.8 


171.1 


l.Or 


170.8 


- 1.6r 


195.8 


0.1 


193.6 


5.7 


205.6 


4.3 


198.6 


- 2.4 


196.5 


2.2 


191.4 


4.8 


187.7 


2.6 


210.6 


0.4 


195.8 


3.4 


264.8 


57.3 


206.5 


-15.1 


204.5 


-15.1 


223.3 


-12.1 


225.4 


- 1.6 



125,472 


1,489 


133,734 


1,787 r 


1 0, 867 


184 


5,772 


17 


10,530 


90 


12,139 


104 


11,826 


122 


10,577 


152 


9,413 


110r 


9,948 


100r 


11,268 


145r 


11,260 


135r 


12,120 


162 


12,144 


177 


1 1 , 596 


224 


11,390 


218 


1 0, 622 


137 


1 1 , 784 


117 


11,959 


118 


10,230 


144 


9,467r 


94 r 


10,612 


93 


9,638 


132 


11,519 


103 



'Data (or 1970 through 1972 refer to 24 class 1 and 2 carriers whose gross annual revenues totalled $500, 000 or more. Commencing January 1973, only 6 
major railways (accounting for 95 per cent or more of the total operating revenues) are shown. 2 The data for August 1973 do not follow the pattern for the other 

months of 1973. The decreases in most categories are a result of the railway strike in this month. Source: Railwoy Operating Statistics (52-003), Statistics Canada. 



Table 3: operating statistics of air carriers in Canada 















Canadian carriers' 








year 
and 










unit toll revenues 




revenue 






















month 




revenues 


expenses 


income 


cargo 2 


passengers 


ton -miles 2 


carried 


passenger -miles 








million dollars 






millions 


thousands 


millions 


CANSIM 


7500 


7501 


7502 


7506 


7505 


7508 


7514 


7511 


1973 




1,039.3 


899.3 


76.8 


90.6 


813.1 


394.6 


15,556.0 


17,948.0 


1974 




1,328.3 


1,269.4 


68.7 


115.4 


1,063.4 


418.6 


17,161.0 


16,742.0 


1973 


F 


68.8 


70.0 


-1.2 


7.6 


51.8 


28.5 


1,04 


964 




M 


85.2 


76.4 


8.8 


8.5 


65.2 


33.1 


1,279 


1,228 




A 


80. 1 


76.1 


4.0 


7.6 


61.6 


33.1 


1,188 


1,121 




M 


85.2 


81 .2 


4.0 


8.3 


67.6 


34.8 


1,473 


1,227 




J 


90.9 


81.3 


9.6 


8.0 


73.2 


32.2 


1,282 


1,341 




J 


106.0 


88.9 


17.1 


7.6 


84.9 


31.9 


1,522 


1,703 




A 


107. 1 


85.3 


21.8 


7.6 


87.2 


31.6 


1,614 


1,685 




S 


92.0 


78.0 


14.0 


8.2 


74.2 


33.7 


1,346 


1,337 




O 


83.9 


86.3 


-2.4 


8.9 


66.9 


35.5 


1,279 


1,128 




N 


75.8 


83.6 


-7.8 


9.2 


57.3 


38.9 


1,158 


954 




D 


90.5 


89.7 


0.8 


9.2 


65.8 


35.3 


1,264 


1,197 


1974 


J 


87.7 


92.6 


4.9c 


8.4 


68.6 


31.5 


1,309 


1,227 




F 


85.0 


90.8 


-5.8 


8.4 


64.4 


31.9 


1,265 


1, 142 




M 


108.1 


97.7 


10.4 


9.7 


84. 1 


38.7 


1,525 


1,464 




A 


82.8 


93.8 


-11.0 


7.3 


64.4 


30.9 


1,152 


1,067 




M 


107. 9 


102.2 


5.7 


10.1 


87.6 


40.2 


1,388 


1,353 




J 


120.7 


106.8 


13.9 


9.7 


100.2 


37.0 


1,544 


1,566 




J 


136.1 


117.1 ' 


19.0 


9.5 


113.8 


31.7 


1,686 


1,842 




A 


148.4 


115.3 


33.1 


10.1 


125.0 


33.2 


1,812 


1,947 




S 


124.9 


109.6 


15.3 


10.5 


103.7 


35.7 


1,492 


1,539 







110.3 


112.2 


-1.9 


10.2 


89.6 


35.5 


1,403 


1,276 




N 


96.7 


107.5 


-10.8 


11.3 


74.7 


37.0 


1,227 


1,029 




D 


119.7 


123.8 


-4.1 


10.2 


87.3 


35.3 


1,358 


1,290 



'Beginning with 1970, figures include the operations of the seven largest airlines in Canada. These transcontinental (Air Canada and CP Air) and regional 
airlines (Eastern Provincial Airways, Nordair, Pacific Western Airlines, Quebecair and Transair) normally account for approximately 85 per cent of the total 
revenues and expenses reported by Canadian commercial air carriers. 2 Cargo includes air freight and express but excludes moil and excess baggage. Sources: Air 
Carrier Operations in Canada (51-002) Statistics Conado Air Carrier Financial Statements (51-206) Statistics Canada Aviation Statistics Centre (51-004) Statistics 
Canada. 



106 



July, 


1975 
























SECTION 12 






























TABLES 4 and 5 














Table 4: operating 


statistics 


of Canadian 


pipelines 


















crude oil 2 








products 






natural gas 3 




year 

and 
month 


operating 


net 


receipts 


barrel- 




net 


receipts 






operating 


receipts 4 










barrels' 






barrels' 




















million 














million 










































dollars 




mil 


ions 






m 


1 lions 




dollars 




mi 


1 1 ions 




CANSIM 


4071 


4072 


4073 


4074 


4075 


4077 


4078 


4079 


4080 


4081 


4082 


4083 


4084 


4085 


1973 




274.7 


887.94 


130.57 


544,051 


80, 027 


170.54 


22.74 


16,573 


2,210 


797. 8 2 


,099.12 


47.86 


1,843,073 


42, 020 


1974 




268.3 


843.07 


123.96 


511,051 


75,154 


187.68 


25.03 


18,048 


2,406 


999. 8 2 


, 044. 60 


46.65 


1,907,607 


43,482 


1973 


S 


69.7 


71.46 


10.51 


43,815 


6,443 


14.00 


1.87 


1,299 


173 


44.9 


163.17 


3.72 


149,226 


3,402 







- 


75.83 


11.15 


44,172 


6,496 


14.56 


1.94 


1,376 


183 


56.5 


180.56 


4.12 


163,821 


3,735 




N 


- 


73.87 


10.86 


46,792 


6,881 


15.06 


2.01 


1,481 


197 


75.6 


185.65 


4.23 


168,257 


3,836 




D 


69.9 


75.70 


11.13 


46,571 


6,849 


17.61 


2.35 


1,747 


233 


95.0 


193.86 


4.42 


172,866 


3,941 


1974 


J 


- 


77.61 


11.41 


46,709 


6,869 


18.01 


2.40 


1,880 


251 


114. 1 


191.44 


4.36 


174,467 


3,978 




F 


- 


69.49 


10.22 


42,293 


6,219 


16.81 


2.24 


1,754 


234 


107.3 


171.28 


3.91 


157,575 


3,593 




M 


69.4 


80.36 


11.82 


46,351 


6,816 


16.69 


2.23 


1,645 


219 


102.7 


188.39 


4.29 


172,629 


3,936 




A 


- 


71.52 


10.52 


43,758 


6,435 


13.56 


1.81 


1,377 


184 


89. 1 


174.93 


3.99 


162,781 


3,711 




M 


- 


68.26 


10.04 


46,961 


6,906 


13.67 


1.82 


1,282 


171 


70.6 


166.90 


3.81 


153,613 


3,502 




J 


68.3 


65.75 


9.67 


40,473 


5,952 


13.61 


1.81 


1,419 


189 


54.6 


151.24 


3.45 


147,202 


3,356 




J 


- 


69.48 


10.20 


41,829 


6,151 


14.27 


1.90 


1,405 


187 


47.7 


155.34 


3.54 


150, 100 


3,422 




A 


- 


68.11 


10.02 


4 0, 995 


6,029 


14.82 


1.98 


1,394 


186 


42.1 


161.33 


3.71 


145,737 


3,323 




S 


65.3 


67.08 


9.86 


40,497 


5,955 


14.72 


1.96 


1,381 


184 


81.6 


149.19 


3.40 


141,936 


3,236 







- 


70.07 


10.30 


41,016 


6,032 


16.02 


2.14 


1,449 


193 


75.1 


170.93 


3.90 


159,005 


3,625 




N 


- 


64.40 


9.47 


36,813 


5,414 


17.14 


2.29 


1,389 


185 


97.0 


176.40 


4.02 


166,278 


3,791 




D 


65.3 


70.94 


10.43 


43,356 


6,376 


18.36 


2.45 


1,673 


223 


117.9 


187.23 


4.27 


176,284 


4,019 


1975 


J 


_ 


69.86 


10.27 


41,704 


6,133 


17.82 


2.38 


1,661 


221 


143.1 


186.71 


4.27 


172,034 


3,922 




F 


- 


58.15 


8.55 


33,181 


4,880 


16.06 


2.14 


1,540 


205 


145.0 


170.56 


3.89 


155,360 


3,542 




M 




62.68 


9.22 


35,649 


5,242 


17.72 


2.36 


1,655 


221 













'Barrels of 35 Canadian gallons. includes gathering and trunk lines. 'Excludes distribution systems. 'Received from field and processing plants by 
transport systems. Sources: Oil Pipeline Transport (55-001 ) and Gas Utilities (55-002), Statistics Canada. 



Toble 5: shipping traffic (thousand short tons) 













total cargo handled' 






international seaborne shipping 




and 














































month 




Halifax 


Saint John 


Quebec 


Montreal 


Toronto 


Vancouver 


all ports 


loaded 


unloaded 


total 


shipping 


CANSIM 


4101 


4102 


4103 


4104 


4105 


4106 


4107 


4108 


4109 


4110 


4111 


1972 




11,355 


10,263 


14,901 


20,431 


4,534 


29,894 


298,076 


107,653 


68,020 


175,673 


122,403 


1973 




13,703 


12,181 


15,946 


21,177 


4,170 


39,126 


320,498 


124,560 


73, 502 


1 98, 062 


122,436 


1972 


A 


998 


606 


1,744 


2,461 


454 


1,944 


29,759 


9,216 


6,412 


15,628 


14,131 




S 


883 


585 


1,670 


2,370 


233 


2,473 


29,089 


10,269 


6,528 


16,797 


12,292 







937 


1,133 


1,475 


2,278 


807 


3,573 


35,116 


12,932 


8,261 


21,193 


13,923 




N 


1,321 


872 


1,756 


2,399 


526 


3,057 


31,136 


11,896 


6,920 


18,816 


12,320 




D 


944 


1,141 


1,408 


2,200 


619 


3,298 


25,490 


9,775 


6,733 


16,508 


8,982 


1973 


J 


1,276 


882 


840 


363 


_ 


2,703 


11,917 


5,748 


2,636 


8,384 


3,533 




F 


1,047 


1,080 


604 


305 


- 


3,118 


11,448 


5,250 


2,669 


7,919 


3,529 




M 


1,138 


867 


687 


383 


- 


4,127 


13,402 


6,186 


3, 132 


9,318 


4,084 




A 


1,308 


1,242 


1,249 


1,473 


316 


3,388 


28,387 


10,317 


6,828 


17,145 


11,242 




M 


999 


712 


1,335 


2,287 


458 


3,671 


33,795 


13,657 


7,399 


21,056 


12,739 




J 


867 


1,430 


1,641 


2,035 


377 


3,438 


32,305 


13,587 


7,453 


21,040 


11,265 




J 


1,142 


1,159 


2,053 


1,937 


602 


3,005 


32,309 


12,328 


7,138 


1 9, 466 


12,843 




A 


1,197 


1,102 


1,752 


2,630 


363 


2,859 


31,150 


1 0, 790 


7,506 


18,296 


12,854 




S 


840 


920 


1,354 


1,924 


419 


2,376 


26,806 


9,722 


7,071 


16,793 


10,013 







1,551 


854 


1,642 


1,801 


676 


2,244 


31,411 


12,074 


7,425 


19,499 


11,912 




N 


1, 147 


1, 133 


1,641 


2,550 


627 


4,731 


34,402 


13,110 


7,495 


20,605 


13,797 




D 


1,191 


800 


1,148 


3,489 


332 


3,466 


33,166 


11,791 


6,750 


18,541 


14,625 


1974 


J 


1,156 


635 


673 


336 


24 


2,766 


11,400 


5,740 


2,155 


7,895 


3,505 




F 


796 


857 


612 


381 


28 


2,505 


11,587 


4,867 


3,024 


7,891 


3,696 




M 


1,127 


647 


364 


257 


8 


3,499 


11,660 


5,460 


2,562 


8,022 


3,638 




A 


1,530 


1,504 


1,141 


1,159 


385 


2,987 


25,700 


9,616 


6,976 


16,592 


9,108 




M 


1,049 


848 


1,819 


2,496 


762 


3,712 


33,915 


13,041 


7,280 


20,321 


13,594 




J 


1,164 


811 


1,809 


2,686 


732 


3,021 


35,130 


12,946 


7,658 


20,604 


14,526 




J 


1,065 


1,005 


1,588 


2,521 


795 


3,119 


34,888 


11,958 


7,785 


1 9, 743 


15,145 



NOTE: Components may not add to totals due to rounding. 
Statistics (54.002), Statistics Canada. 



'Includes cargo loaded and unloaded in foreign and coastwise shipping. 



Source: Shipping 



107 



SECTION 13 
TABLE 1 



July. 1975 



Table 1: Bank of Canada (million dollars) 



end of 
period 



treasury 
bills 



government of Canada direct and guaranteed securities 

other maturities 

over over 

3 years 3 years 5 years to over 
and under to 5 years 1 years 10 years total 



total 





advances 








net amount 




to 








of gov't 




chartered 








of Canada 


bankers 


and 


foreign 


invest- 


cheques 


items in 


accep- 


savings 


currency 


ments 


on other 


process of 


tances 


banks 


assets' 


in IDB 2 


banks 


settlement 



2 02 



204 



205 



206 



2 07 



203 



201 



208 



210 



212 



213 



214 



215 



1973 
1974 

1973 



1974 



1975 J 

F 
M 
A 
M 



1,081.1 
1,590.3 

1,108.5 

1,111.3 
1,086.5 
1,087.2 
1,057.4 
1,081. 1 



2,282.3 996.8 

2,528.7 1,262.1 



1,24 0.3 
1,103.2 



1,022.8 
1,011.0 
1, 158.3 
1,209.8 
1,192.0 
1,04 9.5 
1,080.1 
1,169.0 
1,231.7 
1,080.0 
1,151.6 
1,590.3 

1,611.5 
1,596.4 
1,748.5 
1,843.4 
1,784.2 



2,175.7 
2,364.8 
2,419.0 
2,400.9 
2,430.7 
2,282.3 



2,416.6 

2,269.3 

111.6 

,429.5 

,437.6 

,350.3 

,642.7 

2,761.7 

2,925.6 

2,906. 1 

2,936.8 

2,528.7 

2,572.4 
2 , 592 . 6 
2,607.0 
2,636.8 
2,649.1 



1, 189.6 
993.2 
985.3 

1,012.2 
997.4 
996.8 



992.2 
991.6 

1,011.3 
977.2 
969.3 

1,222.3 
933.8 
933.9 
796.5 
885.1 
817.9 

1,262.1 



203.0 
202.6 



1,202.6 



392.9 
379.5 



502.7 
502.9 
027.7 
023.3 
024.5 
240.3 

228.8 
415.2 
415.3 
436.0 
435.6 
182.4 
182.6 
182.7 
182.7 
182.0 
182.7 
103.2 

103.0 
103.2 
103.1 
046.2 
045.5 



375.4 
494.3 

893.4 
893.8 
367.5 
375.7 
375.7 
375.4 

375.4 
372.5 
488.4 
472.4 
470.5 
517.2 
511.8 
509.4 
507.1 
502.8 
500.4 
494.3 

492.3 

491.0 
487.4 
479.3 
477.4 



4,894.8 
5, 388. 3 

4,761.4 
4,754.7 
4,799.6 
4,812.0 
4,828.4 
4,894.8 



5,975.8 39.2 
6,978.6 139.1 



8.0 



013.0 
048.5 
026.5 
315. 1 
312.9 
272.2 
271.0 
387. 7 
411.9 
476. 1 
437.8 
388.3 



5. 370. 6 
5. 389. 3 
5, 400. 2 
5, 555. 2 
5,557.5 



5,869.9 
5,866.0 
5, 886. 1 
5,899.2 
5,885.8 

5, 975. 8 

6,035.8 
6,059.5 

6, 184. 9 
6, 524. 9 
6, 504. 9 
6,321.7 
6,351.1 
6,556.7 
6,643.7 
6, 556. 1 
6,589.4 
6,978.6 

6,982. 1 

6, 985. 7 

7. 148. 7 
7.398.5 
7,335.7 



13.0 



0.2 

4.7 
39.2 

21.8 
2.3 
3.3 



1.0 

6.4 

1.0 

53.1 

139.7 



3.0 
9.5 



2.0 
9.0 
8.0 
5.0 



808.5 
578.1 

495.9 
422.4 
344.9 
476.0 
485.3 
808.5 

531.8 
489.5 
278.5 
32.0 
143.7 
534.1 
534.9 
420.9 
310.1 
398.4 
354.1 
578.1 

526.0 
376.5 
547.5 
415.4 
487.7 



720.8 
965.0 

651.7 
661.1 
668.3 
690.3 
705.4 
720.8 

742.7 
764.5 
779.7 
806.6 
822.2 
845.9 
878.4 
898.1 
908.7 
938.1 
952.7 
965.0 

991.4 
,002.3 
, 009. 6 
,035.1 



1,039.6 



134.1 
182.5 

171.6 
316.6 
387.7 
104.8 
315.1 
134.1 

87.7 
96.0 
560.8 
118.3 
340.5 
355.3 
94.7 
281.3 
125.7 
137.9 
303.3 
182.5 

279.8 
367.1 
64.3 
115.3 
358.8 



178.5 
155.1 

73.2 

70.0 

140.3 

88.6 

114.8 

178.5 

76.1 
102.2 
180.7 
116.7 
104.4 
123.8 

99.2 
127.1 

80.3 
122.1 
209.4 
155.1 

137.9 
105.6 
179.7 
132.8 
193.8 























liabilities 




















Canadian dollar 


deposits 






































all otbe 


liabilities 


end o 








, 






























perioc 




















govern- 


central 






Bank of 




















accrued 






he 


Id by 








ment of 
Canada 


banks and 


foreign 


Canada 
cheques 


nil 


































on invest- 


all other 


assets or 


chartered 






ment 


chortered 


enter- 


insti- 




liabi- 


out- 


other 






ments 


accounts 3 


Mobilities 


banks 


others 


total 


of Canada 


banks 


prises 


tutions 


other 


lities 


standing 


accounts 4 


B 




216 


217 


250 


252 


253 


251 


254 


255 


256 


257 


258 


259 


260 


261 


1973 




104.0 


38.3 


7,999.2 


931.0 


4,620.2 


5, 55J.2 


6.4 


2,006.5 


-0.7 


33.1 


21.7 


25.2 


322.1 


33.7 


1974 




127.2 


49.9 


9,184. 1 


1,077.6 


5,212.8 


6, 290. 5 


16.7 


2,361.3 


-2.3 


85.6 


18.0 


1.9 


373.4 


39.1 


1973 


J 


95.7 


31.1 


7,402.2 


718.5 


4,317.0 


5, 035. 5 


97.2 


1,946.1 


-2.1 


30.3 


15.4 


24.7 


208.8 


46.2 




A 


102.8 


31.6 


7, 470. 4 


610.1 


4,422.4 


5,032.5 


7.7 


1,935.4 


-0.6 


35.9 


16.5 


26.4 


337.1 


79.5 




S 


109.1 


32.2 


7,568.6 


602.0 


4,423.7 


5,025.7 


17.6 


1,944.4 


-0.1 


29.0 


17.0 


68.9 


416.8 


49.5 







90.5 


35.6 


7.385. 7 


730.9 


4,390.5 


5, 121.4 


12.4 


1,953.0 


-0.9 


32.8 


14.2 


15.8 


182.0 


54.4 




N 


112.8 


35.5 


7,659.2 


560.2 


4,562.9 


5, 123. 1 


56.8 


1,951.6 


-0.4 


24.8 


17.1 


11.4 


401.6 


73.3 




D 


104.0 


38.3 


7,999.2 


931.0 


4,620.2 


5,551.2 


6.4 


2,006.5 


-0.7 


33.1 


21.7 


25.2 


322.1 


33.7 


1974 


J 


102.3 


44.8 


7,643.0 


718.4 


4,447.9 


5, 166.3 


39.4 


2,040.9 


-1. 1 


37.3 


16.0 


4.6 


271.8 


67.7 




F 


109.3 


50.5 


7,676.9 


711.1 


4,467.6 


5, 7 78.7 


92.8 


2, 006.4 


2.4 


24.8 


15.7 


36.2 


217.7 


102.0 




M 


119.4 


43. 


8, 159.7 


624.6 


4,611.5 


5, 236. 2 


10.8 


2,062.3 


- 


27.4 


17.4 


21.4 


646.7 


137.5 




A 


91.3 


39.2 


7,729.0 


765.6 


4,620. 3 


5, 385. 9 


2.6 


2,001.7 


-0.9 


23.8 


16.8 


14.5 


237.1 


47.4 




M 


124.4 


40.2 


8,080.3 


651.0 


4,817.3 


5, 468. 3 


28.3 


2,051.8 


0.2 


22.7 


17.4 


1.9 


433.8 


55.9 




J 


109.6 


42.3 


8,334.7 


672.2 


4,967.5 


5, 639. 7 


11.4 


2,112.7 


-0.8 


23.6 


17.7 


16.4 


444.4 


69.8 




J 


111.7 


46.2 


8, 116.3 


846.0 


4,922.8 


5, 768.9 


12.1 


2,020.1 


-3.7 


27.3 


17.3 


2.0 


196.8 


75.4 




A 


12 9.5 


44.8 


8,459.4 


722.3 


5,028.6 


5,750.8 


60.9 


2,086.6 


-1. 1 


24.1 


18.0 


13.7 


427.2 


79.1 




S 


144.2 


46.4 


8,274.4 


796.9 


4,934.1 


5,73 7.0 


23.7 


2,142.7 


-1.0 


44.9 


20.4 


1.8 


254.5 


56.3 




O 


112.3 


46.7 


8,312.5 


763.3 


5,015.0 


5,778.3 


12.2 


2,147.1 


-2.2 


48.7 


16.6 


1.9 


226.0 


83.9 




N 


137.3 


49.6 


8,649. 1 


652.4 


5, 140.4 


5,792.8 


12.7 


2,177.1 


-1.7 


49.7 


17.8 


1.4 


519.6 


79.7 




D 


127.2 


49.9 


9, 184. 1 


1,077.6 


5,212.8 


6,290.5 


16.7 


2,361.3 


-2.3 


85.6 


18.0 


1.9 


373.4 


39.1 


1975 


J 


127.3 


50.5 


9,095.0 


714.9 


5, 085. 1 


5, 800. 


21.3 


2,654.9 


-0.9 


68.3 


19.4 


2.2 


444.6 


85.1 




F 


131.5 


51.0 


9,024.8 


659.3 


5,133.3 


5,792.6 


15.4 


2,600.0 


-1.8 


63.6 


18.9 


5.4 


405.7 


125.1 




M 


156.8 


52.0 


9,158.4 


813.9 


5,145.1 


5. 959. 


11.4 


2,673.5 


-2.3 


60.3 


20.5 


1.8 


261.8 


172.3 




A 


111.9 


52.5 


9,261.5 


831.5 


5,254.3 


6, 085. 7 


9.5 


2,697.1 


-1.9 


86.4 


17.9 


14.3 


258.5 


94.0 




M 


143.2 


53.4 


9,612.4 


" 




6,205.3 


12.0 


2,653.4 


-1.3 


78.7 


19.4 


54.4 


523.2 


67.2 



'Foreign exchange and foreign securities. industrial Development Bonk capital stock, bonds and debentures. 'Bank premises and all other assets. 

'Includes the totol of capital and rest fund which has omounted to $30 million since December 31, 1955. Source: Bonk of Canada Review. 



108 



July, 1975 



SECTION 13 
TABLE 2 



Table 2: Canadian chartered banks (million dollars) 



Canadian dollar deposits 



Canadian cash reserves and liquid assets'' 2 liabilities 

average cash 

end of total cash reserves Canadian reserve-ratio (%) 

period actual dollar actually held provincial 

statutory government govern- personal other other public 

1-15 16-31 deposits 1-15 16-31 of Canada ments savings notice banks 3 demand total 



818 



819 



806 



822 



823 



652 



653 



654 



655 



656 



657 



651 



1973 
1974 

1973 J 
A 
S 

N 
D 

1974 J 

F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 

N 
D 

1975 J 

F 
M 
A 
M 



2,670 
2,992 

2,691 

2,746 
2,764 
2,758 
2,778 
2,815 

2, 893 
2,935 
2,834 
2,853 
2,881 
3,021 
2,919 
3,027 

3, 065 
3,086 
3,115 
3,270 

3,586 
3,637 
3,574 
3,564 
3,551 



2,670 42,246 
2,995 29,814 

2,675 42,382 



2,743 
2,755 
2,770 
2,770 
2,837 

2,889 
2,936 
2,849 
2,882 
2,884 
3,010 
2,909 
3,029 
3,059 
3,089 
3,113 
3,291 

3,571 

3,644 
3,584 
3,568 
3,554 



43,251 
43,616 
43,798 
44,471 
45,475 

46,383 
47,100 
46,929 
47,641 
48, 191 
49,581 
49,086 
50,728 
51,657 
52,220 
53,257 
55,000 

57,021 
58,390 
58,303 
58,609 
59, 067 



6.32 


6.32 


2,361 


724 


6.01 


6.02 


4,682 


622 


6.35 


6.31 


2,100 


778 


6.35 


6.34 


2,083 


719 


6.34 


6.32 


1,840 


775 


6.30 


6.32 


1,691 


763 


6.25 


6.23 


1,919 


686 


6. 19 


6.24 


2,361 


724 


6.24 


6.23 


1, 949 


709 


6.23 


6.23 


1,520 


1,038 


6.04 


6.07 


794 


950 


5.99 


6.05 


645 


770 


5. 98 


5.99 


613 


829 


6.09 


6.07 


723 


599 


5.95 


5.93 


910 


967 


5.97 


5.97 


1,098 


503 


5.93 


5.92 


893 


428 


5.89 


5.92 


1, 194 


521 


5.85 


5.84 


5,038 


607 


5.95 


5.98 


4,682 


622 


6.29 


6.26 


4,619 


963 


6.23 


6.24 


3,837 


1,128 


6. 13 


6.15 


3,188 


1,389 


6.08 


6.09 


3,097 


1,405 


6.01 


6.02 







24,604 9,283 493 

29,789 11,210 925 



22,484 8,264 



22,810 
23,142 
23,734 
24, 140 
24,604 

25,330 
25,807 
26,398 
27,118 
27,768 
28,417 
2 9,2 92 
2 9,932 
30,540 
31,137 
29,455 
29,789 



8,319 
8,528 
9,063 
9,277 
9,283 

9,383 

9,794 

10, 175 

9,526 

9,515 

9,735 

9,950 

10, 189 

10,191 

10,993 

1 1 , 1 52 

11,210 



30,747 11,590 

30,946 11,453 

31,366 11,443 

32,021 11,130 



487 
452 
470 
479 
469 
493 

501 
512 
497 
522 
626 
644 
660 
650 
631 
689 
684 
925 

847 
908 
940 
976 



1 1 , 1 00 
11,570 

9,833 
9,605 
9,835 
9,778 
9,809 
1 1 , 1 00 

9,371 
9,519 
9,644 
11,271 
1 0, 1 1 3 
10,647 
1 0, 059 
10,225 
11,073 
10,403 
10,548 
11,570 

10,273 
10,955 
11,882 
11,248 



48, 565 
58, 797 

43, 946 
43, 988 
44,589 

45, 508 

46, 300 
48, 565 

47,243 
48, 190 
48, 457 
49,853 
49,464 
50, 764 
51.839 
52,598 

53, 757 

54, 936 

57, 484 

58, 797 

59, 039 
59,227 

60, 209 
59, 878 













liabilities 












assets 






























iment of Canada 




























end o' 


[ 




accep- 




deben- 


accumu- 














direct and 


perioc 


1 


advances 


tances, 




tures 
issued 


lated 


share- 




Bank of 
Canada 


Canadian 


treasury 
bills 


guaranteed bonds 5 






















from Bank 


and letters 


all other 


and out- 


priations 


holders 


Canadian 


deposits 


day-to-day 


(amortized 


3 years 


over 






of Canada 


of credit 


liabilities 


standing 


for losses 


equity 4 


liabilities 


and notes 


loans 


value) 


and und 


er 3 years 


B 




658 


659 


660 


661 


662 


663 


650 


603 


606 


607 


665 


610 


1973 




_ 


2,527 


4 04 


657 


802 


2,222 


55, 776 


2,937 


266 


3,433 


1,731 


2,078 


1974 




8 


4,288 


554 


780 


809 


2,465 


67, 702 


3,439 


343 


3,703 


2,161 


2,197 


1973 


J 


_ 


2,391 


446 


658 


727 


2,047 


50,274 


2,665 


206 


3,180 


1,810 


1,911 




A 


- 


2,360 


5 00 


657 


727 


2,047 


50, 280 


2,545 


296 


3,217 


1,840 


1,854 




S 


- 


2,426 


564 


657 


727 


2,047 


57,077 


2,546 


326 


3,315 


1,786 


1,862 







- 


2,437 


224 


657 


802 


2,222 


57,850 


2,684 


279 


3,306 


1,886 


1,868 




N 


- 


2,492 


310 


657 


802 


2,222 


52, 783 


2,512 


364 


3,354 


1,834 


1,914 




D 


- 


2,527 


4 04 


657 


802 


2,222 


55, 776 


2,937 


266 


3,433 


1,731 


2,078 


1974 


J 


_ 


2,620 


327 


657 


802 


2,229 


53, 878 


2,759 


165 


3,527 


1,733 


2,117 




F 


3 


2,973 


421 


657 


802 


2,229 


55, 273 


2,718 


241 


3,589 


1,749 


2,244 




M 


10 


3,395 


484 


657 


802 


2,229 


56,034 


2,687 


307 


3,524 


1,719 


2,301 




A 


- 


3,340 


374 


656 


802 


2,245 


57,270 


2,767 


302 


3,594 


1,647 


2,248 




M 


- 


3,357 


434 


656 


802 


2,272 


56, 985 


2,703 


310 


3,662 


1,664 


2,244 




J 


2 


3,395 


569 


656 


802 


2,274 


58,463 


2,785 


311 


3,790 


1,698 


2,249 




J 


- 


3,583 


449 


656 


802 


2,276 


59, 604 


2,866 


299 


3,779 


1,888 


2,076 




A 


- 


3,697 


517 


706 


802 


2,277 


60,597 


2,809 


297 


3,956 


1,967 


2,081 




S 


9 


3,819 


592 


706 


802 


2,279 


61,964 


2, 940 


289 


4,022 


2,204 


1,796 




O 


- 


4,134 


304 


706 


809 


2,418 


63, 308 


2,910 


316 


4,188 


2,140 


1,912 




N 


- 


4,273 


445 


705 


809 


2,424 


66, 74 7 


2,830 


323 


4,100 


2,230 


2,044 




D 


8 


4,288 


554 


780 


809 


2,465 


67, 702 


3,439 


343 


3,703 


2,161 


2,197 


1975 


J 


_ 


4,401 


479 


855 


809 


2,478 


68,06 7 


3,370 


370 


3,496 


2,258 


2,200 




F 


5 


4,538 


513 


855 


809 


2,481 


68,428 


3,259 


317 


3,451 


2,208 


2,229 




M 


- 


4,661 


604 


905 


809 


2,491 


69,679 


3,487 


186 


3,350 


2,208 


2,260 




A 




4,918 


655 


915 


809 


2,567 


69, 742 


3,529 


158 


3,162 


2,270 


2,074 



Conc'l on page 11 0. 



109 



SECTION 13 
TABLE 2 - Concl. 
TABLE 3 



July, 1975 



Table 2: Canadian chartered banks (million dollars) — concluded 





perioc 














assets 














end o 




loans in Cane 


dian currer 


c y 6 






other 


Canadian 


securities 


Canadian 
dollar 


























total 






call and 


provin- 




Canada 






insured 


resi- 


provin- 




items 


all 


Canadian 






short 


cial-muni- 


grain 


Savings 


general 


total 


under 


dential 


cial-muni- 




in transit 


other 


dollar 






loans 


cipal' 


dealers 8 


Bonds 9 


loans' 


loans 


N.H.A. 


mortgages 


cipal' 


corporate 


(net) 


assets 


assets 


B 




612 


(622-623) 


" 624 


625 


(626-627) 


" 664 


620 


621 


(617-618) 


" 619 


628 


(629-630) 


" 670 


1973 




781 


1,241 


654 


322 


2 9,900 


32,899 


2, 890 


1,674 


951 


1,460 


2,379 


3,757 


56,455 


1974 


1 


,029 


1,518 


546 


490 


35,701 


36,576 


3,316 


2,707 


933 


2,024 


2,542 


5,859 


68, 506 


1973 


J 


782 


1,047 


641 


84 


27,411 


29,966 


2,757 


1,275 


952 


1,498 


1,601 


3,474 


51,295 




A 


697 


1,031 


604 


55 


27,966 


30,353 


2,779 


1,379 


959 


1,460 


1,189 


3,420 


51,291 




S 


932 


1,018 


637 


34 


28,317 


30, 938 


2,785 


1,450 


933 


1,447 


1,369 


3,569 


52,326 







953 


1,071 


569 


9 


28,985 


31,588 


2,812 


1,507 


950 


1,423 


1,441 


3,559 


53,303 




N 


774 


1,057 


545 


340 


29,401 


32, 116 


2,855 


1,621 


977 


1,468 


1,451 


3,670 


54,136 




D 


781 


1,241 


654 


322 


2 9,900 


32,899 


2,890 


1,674 


951 


1,460 


2,379 


3,757 


56,455 


1974 


J 


613 


1,246 


806 


2 87 


29,803 


32,755 


2,905 


1,789 


959 


1,636 


1,278 


3,832 


55,455 




F 


655 


1,348 


770 


253 


30,489 


33,515 


2,886 


1,837 


960 


1,519 


1,375 


4,166 


56, 800 




M 


637 


1,321 


633 


220 


31,214 


34,025 


2,916 


1,920 


949 


1,655 


1,095 


4,561 


57,659 




A 


562 


1,412 


870 


184 


32,755 


35, 783 


2,924 


2,022 


943 


1,516 


1,712 


4,432 


59,890 




M 


559 


1,340 


1,068 


146 


32,506 


35,619 


2,927 


2,172 


918 


1,602 


1,744 


4,465 


60, 030 




J 


668 


1,352 


948 


119 


33,145 


36,230 


2, 979 


2,310 


887 


1,631 


1,986 


4,594 


61,451 




J 


568 


1,401 


975 


85 


33,703 


36,732 


3,048 


2,383 


871 


1,646 


1,924 


4,853 


62 , 364 




A 


566 


1,416 


1,050 


57 


34,146 


37,236 


3,099 


2,477 


881 


1,638 


1,929 


4,961 


63,329 




S 


625 


1,395 


942 


33 


34,241 


37,235 


3,135 


2,530 


883 


1,665 


2,681 


5,056 


64,436 




1 


,093 


1,343 


878 


11 


34,596 


37,922 


3,199 


2,586 


886 


1,783 


1,811 


5,442 


65, 096 




N 1 


,053 


1,337 


788 


577 


35,592 


39,347 


3,247 


2,667 


926 


1,899 


2,036 


5,694 


67, 342 




D 1 


,029 


1,518 


546 


490 


35,701 


39,283 


3,316 


2,707 


933 


2,024 


2,542 


5,859 


68, 506 


1975 


J 


937 


1,698 


1, 149 


423 


35,472 


39,680 


3,336 


2,731 1 


,070 


2,155 


1,595 


6,004 


68,265 




F 


857 


1,797 


1,521 


371 


35,933 


40, 480 


3,352 


2,777 1 


,178 


2,011 


1,383 


5,958 


68,605 




M 


765 


1,859 


1,535 


298 


36,134 


40,593 


3,385 


2,842 1 


,190 


1,975 


2,315 


6,084 


69, 874 




A 


728 


1,767 


1,447 


255 


37, 054 


41,250 


3,441 


2,929 1 


,197 


1,920 


1,789 


6,335 


70, 055 



'Bank of Canada deposits are averages of the juridical doys in the month shown while Bonk of Canada notes and Canadian dollar deposit liabilities are 
averages of the 4 consecutive Wednesdays ending with the second last Wednesday in the previous month. 2 Daily averoges for period. 3 Mainly deposits of foreign 
banks. 'Capital, rest fund and undivided profits os at the latest fiscal year-end. 'Including issues payable in foreign currency. 'Excluding Canadian day-to-day 
loans. 'Securities purchased direct from issuer with a term of less than one year at time of issue are classified as loans. "Loans to groin dealers and exporters. 
'Loans to finance purchase of Canada Savings Bonds at time of issue. '"Including loans to instalment finance companies. "These series reflect the combination 
of two CANSIM series. Source: Bank of Canada Review. 

Table 3: currency outside banks and chartered bank deposits (million dollars) 

















chartered bank de 


posits 




currency and chartered 








currency outside 


banks 












ban 


k deposits 








. 
























held by 


























notes 


coin 


total 


of Canada 


savings 


and notice 


demand 


total' 


total 2 


general public 3 


B 




2002 


2003 


2 001 


2005 


2006 


2007 


2008 


2004 


2000 


2009 


1973 


D 


4,559 


581 


5, 140 


2,200 


24,278 


9,686 


9,308 


45,471 


50,611 


48,412 


1974 


D 


5,145 


646 


5,791 


4,834 


29,445 


11,770 


9,515 


55, 564 


61 , 355 


56,531 


1973 


J 


4,237 


546 


4,783 


2,224 


22,126 


8,894 


8,867 


42,110 


46, 893 


44,669 




A 


4,268 


553 


4,821 


2,180 


22,539 


8,873 


8,946 


42,538 


47, 359 


45,179 




S 


4,285 


563 


4, 848 


2,027 


22,862 


8,861 


9,049 


42,799 


47,647 


45,62 







4,334 


569 


4,903 


1,760 


23,349 


9,318 


9,038 


43,466 


48,369 


46,609 




N 


4,361 


574 


4,935 


1,744 


23,951 


9,619 


8,915 


44,229 


49, 164 


47,420 




D 


4,559 


581 


5, 140 


2,200 


24,278 


9,686 


9,308 


45,471 


50,611 


48,412 


1974 


J 


4,431 


589 


5,021 


2,154 


24,854 


9,610 


9,158 


45,776 


50,797 


48,642 




F 


4,384 


589 


4, 973 


1,860 


25,486 


10,146 


8,745 


46,236 


51,209 


49,350 




M 


4,427 


596 


5,022 


1,248 


25,989 


10,639 


8,790 


46, 666 


51,689 


50,441 




A 


4,524 


602 


5,126 


834 


26,601 


10,423 


9,539 


47,397 


52,523 


51,689 




M 


4,629 


612 


5,241 


646 


27,444 


9,922 


9,613 


47,625 


52,866 


52,219 




J 


4,701 


619 


5,320 


758 


28, 030 


9, 906 


9,371 


48, 065 


53,385 


52,627 




J 


4,871 


627 


5,498 


936 


28,794 


10,181 


9,449 


49,360 


54, 858 


53,922 




A 


4,854 


629 


5,482 


1,110 


29,530 


10,445 


9,293 


50,378 


55,860 


54,750 




S 


4,869 


634 


5,503 


1,084 


30, 085 


10,442 


9,297 


50, 908 


56,412 


55,328 







4,913 


636 


5,549 


1,178 


30,678 


10,914 


9,245 


52,015 


57, 563 


56,386 




N 


4,929 


639 


5,568 


3,080 


30,039 


11,826 


9,560 


54, 505 


60, 074 


56, 993 




D 


5,145 


646 


5,791 


4,834 


29,445 


1 1 , 770 


9,515 


55, 564 


61,355 


56,531 


1975 


J 


5,003 


656 


5,659 


4,755 


30,161 


12,437 


9,533 


56,885 


62,544 


57,789 




F 


4,953 r 


653 


5,606r 


4,356 


30, 692 r 


12,564 


9,491 r 


57, 1 04 r 


62,710 


58,353 




M 


5, 029 r 


658 


5,687r 


3,752 


30, 946 r 


13,039 


9,772 r 


57, 509 r 


63,195 


59, 444 r 




A 


5,154 


661 


5,814 


3,224 


31,560 


13,067 


9,993 


57,844 


63,658 


60,434 




M 


5,236 


664 


5,901 


3,649 


31,887 


12,752 


9,847 


58,133 


64, 034 


60,386 



'Less Canadian dollar float. ^Includes Government of Canada Deposits. 'Excludes Government of Canada Deposits. Source: Bank of Canada Review. 



110 



July, 1975 



SECTION 13 
TABLE 4 



Table 4: cheques cashed in clearing centres (million dollars) 





Atlantic 
prov- 
inces 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 2 


Alta. 


B.C. 




by selected cities 




by type of account 


year 
and 
month Canada' 


Montreal 


Toronto Winnipeg 


Van- 
couver 


current 


savings 


personal 
chequing 


CANSIM 4269 
S. A. 4289 


4270 
4367 


4275 
4295 


4276 
4296 


4278 
4298 


4279 


4280 
4300 


4281 
4301 


4282 
4302 


4283 4284 
4303 4304 


4285 
4305 


4286 
4306 


4287 
4307 


4288 
4308 



1973 1,369,974 30,734 335,717 743,968 59,161 20,311 78,077 101,996 286,085 621,392 58,367 89,332 1,301,658 44,317 23,998 

1974 1,698,305 39,224 442,228 868,741 81,406 24,260 108,977 133,448 374,598 719,524 80,412 113,261 1,608,792 58,031 31,481 

unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 M 


119,634 


2,658 


30,400 


64, 866 


5,183 


1 


622 


6,377 


8,527 


25,230 


54,192 


5,110 


7,621 


113,237 


4,174 


2,223 


J 


113,668 


2,511 


27,348 


62,304 


4,922 


1 


549 


6,642 


8,392 


23,449 


52,395 


4,860 


7,213 


107,82 9 


3,649 


2,189 


J 


116,783 


2,780 


28,201 


63, 1 1 1 


5,288 


1 


574 


6,491 


9,340 


24,375 


52,209 


5,221 


8,101 


110,857 


3,854 


2,072 


A 


120,271 


2,611 


28,573 


65,348 


5,182 


1 


801 


6,704 


10,052 


23,681 


54,940 


5,109 


8,704 


114,363 


3,792 


2,116 


S 


111,641 


2,517 


26,862 


61,167 


4,779 


1 


865 


6,344 


8,108 


23,164 


51,466 


4,718 


7,109 


105,950 


3,711 


1,980 





133,740 


2,724 


32,173 


73,874 


5,665 


1 


916 


7,728 


9,660 


27,079 


62,186 


5,589 


8,620 


127,454 


4,048 


2,238 


N 


126,402 


2,843 


32, 117 


66,929 


5,442 


1 


772 


7,646 


9,653 


27,583 


55,226 


5,365 


8,353 


119,384 


4,759 


2,259 


D 


117,877 


2,883 


28,968 


61,709 


5,510 


1 


659 


7,778 


9,370 


24,883 


50,370 


5,443 


8,368 


112,238 


3,549 


2,090 


1974 J 


124,757 


3,083 


30,156 


65,838 


5,885 


2 


258 


8,132 


9,404 


24,946 


54,296 


5,815 


8,340 


118,817 


3,736 


2,204 


F 


112,210 


2,517 


28,286 


59,076 


4,810 


1 


435 


7,132 


8,955 


24,028 


49,,035 


4,750 


7,847 


106,690 


3,413 


2,107 


M 


128,222 


3,383 


31,318 


67,358 


6,403 


2 


136 


7,748 


9,877 


26,555 


56,221 


6,333 


8,652 


122,164 


3,758 


2,300 


A 


132,429 


3,053 


32, 175 


69,748 


5,996 


1 


916 


8,052 


11,490 


27,540 


58,118 


5,917 


9,760 


125,141 


4,573 


2,714 


M 


154,814 


3,393 


41,333 


77,155 


7,910 


2 


436 


10,263 


12,323 


34,463 


63,013 


7,809 


10,293 


145,602 


6,183 


3,029 


J 


137,158 


3,342 


36,658 


69, 006 


6,984 


1 


992 


8,180 


10,997 


31,923 


56,650 


6, 908 


9,211 


129,575 


4,892 


2,691 


J 


147,226 


3,412 


37,206 


74,259 


7,838 


2 


361 


9,804 


12,347 


32,483 


61,036 


7,752 


10,486 


139,724 


4,756 


2,746 


A 


141,480 


3,173 


39,468 


70,461 


6,769 


1 


768 


9,605 


10,235 


34,417 


58,611 


6,691 


9,237 


134,247 


4,607 


2,626 


S 


140,181 


3,188 


39,402 


69,425 


6,058 


1 


780 


9,493 


10,835 


32,453 


57,705 


5,975 


9,194 


132,561 


4,975 


2,645 


O 


156,544 


3,601 


3 9,895 


82, 093 


6,875 


1 


969 


10,052 


12,059 


34,139 


68,674 


6,788 


1 0, 007 


148,943 


4,881 


2,720 


N 


162,409 


3,536 


44,023 


83,394 


7,754 


1 


959 


10,244 


11,500 


35,482 


68,871 


7,652 


9,799 


152,179 


7,303 


2,927 


D 


160,875 


3,543 


42,308 


80, 930 


8,123 


2 


250 


10,295 


13,426 


36,169 


67,294 


8,022 


10,435 


153,149 


4,954 


2,772 


1975 J 


172,999 


3,706 


42,370 


89,587 


8,789 


3 


425 


11,564 


13,558 


33,661 


75,533 


8,695 


11,038 


167,547 


5,757 


2,695 


F 


151,873 


3,324 


38,844 


78,934 


6,787 


2 


011 


1 0, 094 


11,879 


33,134 


67,464 


6,711 


10,080 


144,321 


4,956 


2,597 


M 


163,868 


3,789 


42,036 


86,648 


6,134 


2 


270 


10,537 


12,453 


34,287 


74,035 


6,057 


9,704 


156,506 


4,770 


2,592 


A 


178,927 


3,548 


45,412 


93, 934 


7,531 


2 


301 


11,899 


14,302 


38, 804 


79,304 


7,450 


1 1 , 045 


171,356 


4,640 


2,931 



M.C.D. 



adjusted for seasonal variation 
4 4 4 4 



1973 M 


112,466 


2,517 


27,769 


61,977 


4,933 


6,174 


8,106 


23, 907 


52,393 


4,849 


7, 154 


106,620 


3,623 


2,184 


J 


112,427 


2,504 


27,001 


61,216 


4,810 


6,347 


8,349 


22,950 


51,425 


4,762 


7,257 


106,709 


3,529 


2,040 


J 


116,057 


2,680 


28,417 


63,889 


4,930 


6,541 


8,955 


24,571 


53,356 


4,862 


7,785 


110,255 


3,730 


1,996 


A 


119,047 


2,661 


27,929 


65,665 


5, 087 


6,505 


9,390 


23,267 


55,153 


5,036 


8,547 


113,103 


3,828 


2,311 


S 


121,774 


2,718 


29,061 


66,827 


5,277 


6,960 


8,913 


24,981 


56,378 


5,200 


7,821 


115,880 


3,914 


1,888 


O 


125,456 


2,649 


30, 156 


68, 075 


5,272 


7,443 


9,315 


25,378 


57,375 


5,217 


8,246 


119,167 


4,051 


2,319 


N 


121,162 


2,605 


30,264 


65,045 


5,240 


7,380 


8,792 


25,985 


53,572 


5,158 


7,602 


115,102 


3,801 


2,157 


D 


118,860 


2,797 


29,332 


62,255 


5,580 


7,568 


9,516 


24,650 


51,017 


5,508 


8,355 


113,006 


3,764 


1,947 


1974 J 


124,576 


3,028 


30, 946 


65,216 


5,952 


8,081 


9,831 


25,803 


53,470 


5,842 


8,611 


118,414 


3,958 




F 


124,564 


2,969 


31,132 


64,946 


5,464 


8,259 


9,940 


26,379 


53,557 


5,408 


8,830 


118,406 


4,051 




M 


132,572 


3,607 


32,650 


68,241 


6,569 


8,246 


10,355 


27,629 


56,570 


6,504 


9,083 


125,894 


4,378 




A 


130,829 


2,925 


32,888 


68, 530 


6,113 


7,558 


11,662 


27,897 


56, 772 


6,016 


9,570 


123,524 


4,591 




M 


143,500 


3,233 


37,036 


72,407 


7,588 


9,827 


11,649 


32,059 


59,523 


7,527 


9,686 


135,143 


5,328 




J 


141,335 


3,388 


37,304 


71,305 


7,058 


8,110 


11,287 


32,206 


58,722 


6,980 


9,549 


133,788 


4,856 




J 


141,296 


3,223 


36,472 


72,128 


6,920 


9,421 


11,392 


31,726 


60,032 


6,857 


9,764 


134,117 


4,433 




A 


145,743 


3,343 


40,232 


73,692 


6,866 


9,750 


9,950 


35,236 


61,362 


6,781 


9,400 


138,272 


4,845 




S 


145,544 


3,317 


40,398 


72,790 


6,496 


10,078 


1 1 , 572 


33,036 


60,390 


6,442 


9,782 


137,879 


5,020 







147,650 


3,506 


37,659 


76,025 


6,462 


9,740 


11,614 


32,276 


63,637 


6,333 


9,516 


140,002 


4,928 




N 


162,391 


3,369 


43,306 


83,878 


7,687 


10,140 


10,872 


34,986 


69,389 


7,601 


9,327 


153,430 


6,034 




D 


157, 179 


3,293 


41,862 


79,437 


8,014 


9, 824 


13,196 


35,033 


66,175 


7,883 


9,997 


149,261 


5,146 




1975 J 


170,832 


3,662 


42,946 


87,336 


8, 977 


11,375 


14,120 


34, 372 


72,907 


8,888 


11,454 


162,077 


6,060 




F 


168,669 


3,927 


42,792 


86,842 


7,704 


11,678 


13,150 


36,422 


73,741 


7,636 


11,322 


160,179 


5,893 




M 


169,414 


4,040 


43,527 


88,658 


6,194 


11,149 


13,140 


35,293 


75,644 


6, 141 


10,211 


161,277 


5,545 




A 


177,799 


3,424 


46,908 


91,670 


7,630 


1 1 , 077 


14,390 


39,947 


77,001 


7,512 


10,824 


170,236 


4,632 





NOTE: Components may not add to totals because rounding. 'This series was designed to cover 50 clearing house centres. With the advent of centralized 
data processing, bank clearing houses have been eliminated. The current allocation of cheques cashed continues to reflect what had been the previous centres; 
however, this comparison may not remain valid through time. Discussions are underway in an attempt to establish boundaries which would be more precisely defined. 
Seasonally adjusted data for Saskatchewan have been deleted because current data could not be satisfactorily adjusted. Source: Cheques Cashed in Clearing 

Centres (61-001), Statistics Canada. 



Ill 



SECTION 13 
TABLES 5 and 6 



Jul 



1975 



Table 5: life insurance sales' by type and province (million dollars) 





























total, 


year 

and 












individual insurance 2 










group and 
wholesale 


























month 




total 3 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


insurance 4 


CAN 


>IM 


4309 


4310 


4311 


4312 


4313 


4314 


4315 


4316 


4317 


4318 


4319 


4320 


1973 


12,725.55 


138.03 


42.81 


369.34 


269.20 


4,110.40 


4,705.12 


484.99 


379.24 


948.41 


1,278.32 


6,437.8 


1974 




16,019.64 


158.98 


51.55 


465.44 


342.25 


5,237.76 


5,755.29 


619.76 


464.97 1 


,259.47 


1,664.20 


9,808.2 


1973 


M 


1,046.27 


11.11 


4.70 


29.80 


22.95 


341.59 


385.90 


42.65 


31.83 


73.09 


102.66 


394.9 




J 


1,080.36 


11.64 


2.67 


32.75 


21.73 


347. 08 


415.02 


41.99 


29.44 


77.86 


100.18 


516.8 




J 


1,035.63 


12.29 


3.80 


32.43 


20.68 


311.63 


395.18 


42.68 


28.94 


79.48 


108.52 


460.6 




A 


995.85 


9.24 


3.47 


26.20 


25.22 


312.56 


373.52 


35.38 


31.36 


73.84 


105.06 


491.7 




S 


922.60 


9.16 


2.33 


25.27 


22.78 


309. 93 


328.60 


34.64 


26.77 


67.42 


95.70 


436.3 







1,230.93 


14.04 


4.55 


35.61 


28.04 


402.49 


450.18 


47.71 


35.48 


87.31 


125.52 


528.0 




N 


1,347.50 


14.92 


4.44 


38.15 


30.15 


420.76 


515.82 


52.48 


36.21 


100.97 


133.60 


481.6 




D 


1,163.28 


13.67 


4.32 


34.98 


24.48 


395.78 


408.66 


41.76 


34.88 


85.86 


118.89 


1,240.6 


1974 


J 


1,094.41 


11.15 


3.47 


29.55 


19.54 


342.30 


407.80 


46.06 


28.22 


89.22 


117.11 


828.3 




F 


1,207.08 


11.70 


3.35 


35.40 


24.60 


395.40 


437.72 


44.86 


32.36 


97.22 


124.46 


488.3 




M 


1,321.09 


10.53 


4.70 


42.07 


27.85 


452.22 


466.13 


43.04 


41.38 


98.35 


134.82 


458.5 




A 


1,185.79 


10.98 


3.35 


32.05 


24.75 


395.43 


450. 75 


42.39 


33.77 


82.19 


110.13 


472.1 




M 


1,339.42 


14.64 


4.81 


37.83 


33.55 


417.61 


482.12 


46.30 


46.90 


114.15 


141.52 


585.1 




J 


1,430.82 


14.82 


3.64 


43.46 


31.63 


465.46 


506.54 


58.27 


42.60 


109.18 


155.22 


1,648.4 




J 


1,401.36 


11.66 


4.17 


42.07 


28.18 


451.70 


509. 96 


56.04 


36.90 


1 09. 1 1 


151.57 


629.7 




A 


1,199.05 


11.55 


4.51 


34.79 


27.06 


380.21 


437.04 


48.48 


34.36 


92.78 


128.28 


577.4 




S 


1,241.09 


13.20 


3.88 


32.26 


26.78 


418.70 


437.78 


46.30 


37.56 


97.36 


127.27 


687.4 







1,564.83 


18.86 


4.75 


46.18 


35.14 


507.32 


569.49 


60.64 


42.41 


125.44 


154.60 


1,145.6 




N 


1,551.98 


15.00 


5.77 


43.55 


31.06 


528.06 


550.66 


64.38 


41.74 


116.65 


155.11 


900.5 




D 


1,482.72 


14.89 


5.15 


46.23 


32.11 


483.35 


499.30 


63.00 


46.77 


127.82 


164.11 


1,386.9 


1975 


J 


1,178.66 


8.86 


4.07 


33.40 


23.80 


347. 06 


416.79 


52.58 


35.48 


107.84 


148.78 


759.2 




F 


1,276.46 


9.53 


5.17 


30.71 


26.25 


408.13 


473. 92 


48.51 


37.53 


108.57 


128.14 


1,554.8 




M 


1,367.79 


14.92 


4.36 


33.18 


25.92 


455.42 


496. 96 


57.32 


49.05 


102.31 


128.36 


1,136.5 




A 


1,541.21 


15.66 


5.40 


42.51 


33.22 


468. 04 


576.76 


63.51 


53.11 


127.43 


155.56 


781.4 



'Excluding revivals, increases, dividend additions, reinsurance acquired, credit insurance and pension bonds without insurance. Value totals are estimates 
projected from the sales reported by companies operating in Canada representing over 80% of new ordinary ond of new group contracts. 2 Total new settled-for 

ordinary sales in Canada. 3 Total sales figure does not include sales for Northwest Territories. 'Under new or amended contracts. Source: Monthly Survey of Life 
Insurance Sales in Canada, Life Insurance Agency Management Association, Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.A. 



Table 6: benefit payments of all life insurance companies (million dollars) 











under life 


insurance 






































year and 






disability 








under 


poli 


:yholders and beneficiaries 


month 


or 




death and 
accidental 


benefits 


matured 


surrender 


div : dends 


annuities 
































ilM 


total 


death claims 


payments) 


endowments 


values 


holders 


total 


policies 


individual' 


group 


CAN! 


4344 


4345 


4346 


4347 


4348 


4349 


4350 


4343 


4351 


4352 


1973 




1,186.54 


563.82 


20.09 


82.18 


241.67 


278.79 


359.27 


1,545.81 


954.85 


590.96 


1974 




1,288.99 


613.71 


23.17 


79.62 


269.33 


303.17 


392.58 


1,681.57 


1,018.69 


662.90 


1971 


2 


260.41 


107.96 


2.97 


18.77 


68.35 


62.36 


59.23 


319.64 


216.12 


103.52 




3 


246.43 


114.28 


3.94 


17.56 


57.68 


52.98 


58.69 


305.12 


198.71 


106.41 




4 


290.37 


132.98 


5.37 


20.01 


61.17 


70.85 


80.48 


370.85 


228.65 


142.20 


1972 


1 


272.72 


129.51 


3.79 


19.16 


56.37 


63.89 


67.39 


340.11 


217.84 


122.27 




2 


256.05 


114.85 


4.84 


18.64 


59.74 


57.99 


61.28 


317.33 


206.04 


111.29 




3 


279.10 


137.39 


4.58 


18.69 


57.67 


60.77 


103.23 


382.33 


219.91 


162.42 




4 


299.52 


134.47 


4.25 


22.24 


66.06 


72.50 


72.79 


372.31 


234.94 


137.37 


1973 


1 


299.28 


139.81 


4.53 


21.37 


63.47 


70.10 


80.00 


379.28 


239.19 


140.09 




2 


292.92 


139.44 


5.06 


18.38 


62.57 


67.48 


88.27 


381.19 


236.79 


144.40 




3 


285.44 


141.43 


4.90 


19.77 


55.93 


63.41 


81.84 


367.28 


225.61 


141.67 




4 


308.90 


143.14 


5.60 


22.66 


59.70 


77.80 


109.16 


418.06 


253.26 


164.80 


1974 


1 


318.24 


150.68 


5.30 


20.10 


64.83 


77.33 


103.54 


421.77 


254.28 


167.50 




2 


318.49 


147.27 


6.12 


20.87 


71.00 


73.23 


89.56 


408.06 


252.64 


155.42 




3 


308.44 


150.08 


4.48 


18.89 


67.54 


67.45 


103.48 


411.92 


251.85 


160.07 




4 


343.82 


165.68 


7.27 


19.76 


65.96 


85.16 


96.00 


439.82 


259.92 


179.91 



1975 1 



353.92 



167.36 



6.24 



20.69 



74.18 



85.46 



122.22 



476.14 281.70 



194.45 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding. 



'Includes ordinary and industrial. 



Source: The Canadian Life Insurance Association. 



112 



July, 


1975 


























SECTION 13 
TABLE 7 












Table 7: 


security issues 


and retirements (par val 


ues in million Canadian 


dollars) 








nd 
r 














di rect 


and guaranteec 


securities 
















go 


/ernment o 


f Canada 






provinces 3 






municipalities 


3 






funded d 


sbt 






new issues 2 


retirement 




quarts 


gross 

new issues 
> 2 delivered 4 


retirements 


net 

new issues 


gross 

new issues 
1 delivered 


retirements 






direct 

outstanding 


guaranteed 


total 
outstand 


ing 


net 

new issues 


B 




2402 


2401 




2400 




2491 


2494 


3004 


3026 


3048 


3007 


3029 


3051 


1973 
1974 




28,934 
33,351 


803 
596 




29,737 
33,947 




1, 910 
2,850 


2,201 
2,029 


3,562 

4,614 


951 
912 


2,611 
3,703 


738 
855 


340 
317 


399 
535 


1971 


3 
4 


25,339 
27,461 


1, 003 
816 




26,342 
28,277 




200 
720 


841 


728 
934 


121 
123 


607 
811 


115 
253 


71 
89 


44 
165 


1972 


1 
2 
3 

4 


27,276 
27,084 
27,259 
29,063 


816 
816 
816 
810 




28,092 
27, 900 
28,075 
29,873 




375 
850 
225 


450 
718 
233 


747 

1,215 

905 

944 


137 
189 
215 
314 


610 

1,026 

690 

631 


152 
168 
147 
294 


79 

87 

60 

108 


74 

81 

87 

186 


1973 


1 
2 
3 
4 


29,072 
28,888 
28,524 
28,934 


810 
810 
810 
803 




29,88/ 
29,697 
29,333 
29,737 




260 

450 

175 

1,025 


280 

564 

350 

1,007 


720 
1,028 

781 
1,033 


143 
306 
275 

227 


577 
722 
506 
806 


135 
250 
103 
250 


66 

79 

63 

132 


70 
171 

40 
118 


1974 


1 
2 
3 
4 


29,177 
29,033 
29,067 
33,351 


603 
603 
603 
596 




29,781 
29,636 
29,670 
33,947 




550 

1,150 

250 

900 


4 06 

856 

44 

723 


981 
1,069 

977 
1,587 


245 
193 
225 
249 


736 

876 

753 

1,338 


263 

220 

85 

287 


57 

82 

63 

115 


205 
138 

21 
171 



1975 1 33,104 596 33,700 - 8 1,605 270 1,336 280 74 207 

corporate bonds 3 other bonds and debentures 3 ' 5 preferred stocks 3 common stocks 3 



year and gross gross gross gross 

quarter new issues net new issues net new issues net new issues net 

delivered retirements new issues delivered retirements new issues delivered retirements new issues delivered retirements new issues 



B 3010 3032 3054 3019 3041 3063 3013 3035 3057 3016 3038 3060 

1973 2,556 795 1,760 111 68 41 128 24 104 472 - 472 

1974 2,916r 925 1,989 102 28 74 466 12 453 251 - 251 

1971 3 337 141 196 21 15 6 117 8 109 47 - 47 
4 643 236 407 42 6 36 16 9 7 57 56 

1972 1 555 198 357 22 3 18 138 13 125 86 65 6 20 

2 718 329 389 40 14 27 85 8 77 89 89 

3 521 146 374 9 5 4 8 7 1 79 - 79 

4 824 268 556 27 9 17 5 8 - 3 208 - 208 



1,760 


111 


1,989 


102 


196 


21 


407 


42 


357 


22 


389 


40 


374 


9 


556 


27 


341 


25 


571 


21 


413 


29 


435 


36 


306 


28 


595 


14 


455 


19 


633 


41 



1973 1 573 232 341 25 3 21 23 6 17 107 - 107 

2 796 225 571 21 13 8 16 6 10 127 - 127 

3 551 137 413 29 43 -15 9 6 3 72 72 

4 636 201 435 36 9 27 80 6 74 166 - 166 

1974 1 490 184 306 28 4 24 126 3 122 29 - 29 

2 858 262 595 14 4 10 63 3 60 68 - 68 

3 622 167 455 19 5 14 80 3 77 35 35 

4 946 312 633 41 15 26 197 3 194 119 - 119 

1975 1 1,166 198 968 81 15 65 106 - 106 35 - 35 



Note; Components may not add to totals due to partial revisions. 

'End of period. 2 Excluding Treasury Bills, Canada Savings Bonds and other non-market issues. 'Figures are subject to revision. Series cover all publicly 
announced issues and some private placements not publicly announced. Notes with an original term to maturity of over one year. 'Includes Canadian Pension Plan 
series bonds issued by the provinces and their agencies and purchased by the C. P. P. Investment Fund. ^Consists of issues of Canadian religious and other 

institutions and Canadian dollar issues of foreign debtors. 'Allowance for the toke-over of Nova Scotia Light 8< Power common shares. Source: Bank of Canada 
Review. 



113 



SECTION 13 




























July, 1975 


TABLE 


8 




































Table 


8: index numbers of security 


prices' 


1961 - 100), base 


d on the 


I960 stan 


Jard industrial classification 2 




















in 


dustrials I 


common stocks) 












year 














printing 
















and 




investors 




in- 






textiles 


pulp 


and 




metal 


non- 










month 




index 3 




dustrial 




beve- 


and 


and 


publish- 


primary 


fabri- 


metal 1 ic 




chemi- 


con- 


retail 






114 


total 80 


mines* 


foods 


rages 


clothing 


paper 


ing 


metals 


cating 5 


minerals 


petroleum cals 


struction 


trade 






stocks' 


stocks' 


(4) 


(10) 


(7) 


(5) 


(7) 


(4) 


(8) 


(9) 


(4) 


(7) 


(4) 


(4) 


(7) 


CANSIM 


601130 


601131 


601132 


601133 


601134 


601135 


601136 


601137 


601138 


601139 


601140 


601141 


601142 


601143 


601144 


1973 




787.5 


200.8 


136.6 


148.8 


257.8 


157.9 


137.8 


374.7 


123.9 


208.9 


182.3 


330.3 


113.2 


147.6 


162.8 


1974 




157.9 


167.4 


112.5 


143.7 


213.1 


151.1 


126.6 


325.1 


119.2 


169.1 


154.8 


244.5 


116.7 


143.0 


132.9 


1973 


S 


789.2 


205.9 


140.2 


142.4 


259.6 


152.6 


154.2 


365.6 


127.7 


215.4 


176.1 


345.0 


112.2 


153.1 


150.6 







797.4 


214.8 


153.3 


143.7 


271.2 


174.1 


168.9 


388.3 


141.0 


225.8 


181.5 


331.9 


122.6 


160.7 


157.8 




N 


792.9 


209.0 


147.3 


150.2 


260.7 


165.2 


157.1 


392.8 


136.0 


205.4 


181.2 


336.6 


118.4 


159.5 


148.8 




D 


174.8 


788.6 


132.3 


137.7 


247.0 


142.2 


137.2 


356.5 


128.7 


169.7 


160.8 


302.0 


107.3 


143.9 


133.6 


1974 


J 


180.5 


7 94.5 


142.4 


143.0 


247.2 


152.1 


138.2 


359.0 


131.7 


174.0 


164.2 


312.5 


113.3 


157.3 


132.6 




F 


184.4 


797.8 


143.8 


151.1 


252.0 


164.6 


143.6 


354.4 


135.0 


184.6 


173.4 


310.0 


114.6 


171.5 


142.7 




M 


190.6 


204.4 


144.5 


160.5 


261.5 


178.3 


152.2 


358.3 


136.7 


202.0 


183.6 


318.2 


122.8 


175.5 


154.3 




A 


178.2 


191.4 


129.1 


156.0 


237.5 


174.7 


140.6 


335.6 


132.9 


195.1 


177.6 


302.1 


119.3 


170.3 


144.9 




M 


162.3 


773.2 


115.4 


143.6 


226.2 


166.1 


131.8 


343.9 


124.5 


187.1 


170.6 


241.5 


121.9 


154.9 


136.7 




J 


161.0 


770.8 


111.2 


147.9 


226.5 


173.5 


129.8 


357.9 


126.3 


185.4 


165.5 


226.1 


128.8 


152.4 


144.8 




J 


756.0 


766.8 


107.4 


146.3 


211.3 


165.4 


125.7 


346.1 


124.1 


176.7 


156.8 


230.6 


129.8 


143.9 


139.3 




A 


750.2 


760. 7 


105.1 


150.7 


187.9 


155.2 


124.1 


318.7 


122.6 


163.8 


148.5 


224.9 


130.1 


136.0 


129.5 




S 


735.0 


742.2 


93.4 


137.3 


169.1 


133.0 


107.4 


283.0 


107.8 


145.2 


128.4 


201.1 


115.9 


115.3 


116.2 







736.5 


747.6 


91.9 


134.6 


181.1 


129.5 


108.1 


270.2 


102.5 


141.5 


133.7 


204.7 


109.8 


116.2 


114.8 




N 


732.5 


736.3 


85.3 


127.9 


182.5 


114.6 


110.9 


284.6 


94.2 


141.9 


132.6 


187.4 


101.3 


115.1 


120.2 




D 


727.3 


729.9 


79.9 


125.4 


174.8 


105.6 


106.4 


289.9 


91.9 


131.8 


123.1 


174.5 


93.3 


107.4 


119.0 


1975 


J 


747.3 


744.7 


90.9 


137.6 


190.3 


114.5 


109.0 


300.3 


101.7 


151.5 


133.6 


204.2 


99.3 


119.8 


136.0 




F 


753.3 


756.5 


96.4 


143.8 


209.5 


115.2 


113.8 


334.9 


107.1 


163.0 


143.7 


226.7 


104.8 


142.2 


149.7 




M 


750.4 


752.9 


95.2 


140.3 


194.6 


120.1 


111.3 


333.2 


104.0 


168.1 


149.6 


217.1 


105.1 


146.7 


152.6 




A 


752.3 


756.6 


104.6 


138.4 


177.5 


126.1 


116.7 


332.5 


108.2 


174.4 


148.4 


222.9 


111.9 


144.6 


152.1 




M 


755.4 


767.4 


110.5 


137.6 


171.9 


126.3 


117.7 


347.5 


108.9 


180.0 


146.4 


239.3 


118.8 


144.1 


148.0 






























supp 


ementary 












.:!:.:-- /_- 




_!._ \ 




finance (common stocks) 


/ 


mining ind 


ex 6 


indexes 


preferred 
stock 


year 
and 






unnueb vt-ommun siocks; 










\ 


:ommon stocks; 
























invest- 










primary 


month 








trans- 


tele- 


electric 


gas dis- 






ment 




base 






oils 


index 






total 20 


pipeline 


portation 


phone 


power 


tribution 


total 14 


banks 


and loar 


total 24 


metals 


golds 


uraniums and gas 


total 24 






stocks' 


(5) 


(4) 


(3) 


(3) 


(5) 


stocks' 


(6) 


(8) 


stocks' 


(18) 


(6) 


(4) 


(6) 


stocks' 


CANSIM 


601145 


601146 


601147 


601148 


601149 


601150 


601151 


601152 


601153 


601154 


601156 


601155 


601157 


601158 


601159 


1973 




745.9 


154.8 


331.4 


86.0 


114.8 


161.0 


782. 7 


212.8 


135.0 


132.5 


116.8 


163.3 


237.3 


470.5 


72.7 


1974 




723.4 


116.6 


275.9 


85.6 


87.7 


145.4 


760.8 


192.4 


110.6 


747.4 


91.0 


235.7 


250.8 


346.5 


62.6 


1973 


S 


737.4 


137.0 


319.9 


82.4 


110.8 


147.1 


787.3 


214.8 


128.6 


737.4 


118.1 


157.7 


239.4 


454.4 


70.6 







747.9 


142.1 


328.5 


84.6 


114.7 


154.7 


797. 7 


224.0 


140.4 


739.0 


127.5 


162.3 


270.9 


460.4 


73. 7 




N 


740.2 


143.1 


314.7 


83.6 


113.4 


160.9 


788.5 


222.6 


135.3 


738.2 


120.3 


173.1 


299.8 


501.4 


72.5 




D 


128.7 


130.4 


288.0 


81.3 


97.9 


148.4 


773.7 


205.0 


123.1 


735.7 


103.4 


196.9 


285.3 


460.8 


69.1 


1974 


J 


735. 7 


138.9 


308.9 


82.1 


99.3 


162.4 


776.9 


210.8 


123.1 


767.5 


109.7 


258.6 


307.3 


492.4 


70.0 




F 


737.4 


141.7 


309.1 


85.1 


99.7 


168.1 


785.9 


222.7 


127.4 


769.9 


112.7 


277.0 


323.1 


488.6 


70.4 




M 


743.2 


141.0 


327.0 


90.3 


105.9 


172.1 


7 90.7 


227.7 


132.1 


773. 7 


113.8 


284.0 


304.6 


487.4 


77.7 




A 


733.7 


129.5 


297.9 


87.3 


101.8 


157.7 


777.0 


214.3 


116.9 


767.6 


105.1 


267.3 


272.1 


431.8 


67.9 




M 


724.8 


119.8 


276.9 


83.6 


92.5 


148.4 


163.0 


197.4 


107.6 


742.4 


94.1 


232.8 


244.6 


345.2 


64. 1 




J 


724.3 


117.9 


268.4 


84.7 


95.9 


147.1 


765.6 


199.1 


112.0 


738.2 


91.9 


224.9 


241.7 


329.0 


64.6 




J 


7 7 9.9 


113.8 


263.2 


85.5 


85.8 


136.9 


754.9 


185.1 


106.7 


747.4 


87.5 


242.2 


239.0 


314.6 


62.0 




A 


7 78.0 


108.0 


256.6 


86.8 


84.1 


137.2 


747.9 


177.8 


99.8 


743.3 


85.7 


250.7 


255.6 


302.6 


59.0 




s 


109.4 


96.1 


236.6 


84.7 


74.1 


130.3 


737.0 


165.3 


91.5 


7 72.8 


75.7 


182.3 


220.4 


247.3 


55.5 







112.4 


101.0 


255.4 


83.5 


74.2 


130.2 


746.9 


176.7 


98.9 


7 20.6 


77.5 


201.2 


210.1 


260.4 


57.2 




N 


777.8 


98.7 


255.5 


85.4 


71.2 


127.8 


744.7 


169.8 


105.8 


7 24. 7 


72.8 


219.6 


200.5 


250.8 


56. 7 




D 


770.8 


92.6 


255.8 


88.1 


67.9 


126.3 


739.4 


162.0 


104.8 


707.9 


65.2 


187.7 


190.0 


208.0 


53. 7 


1975 


J 


727.9 


106.8 


284.3 


90.9 


78.2 


140.2 


753.6 


180.0 


113.0 


709.5 


71.5 


180.5 


216.6 


246.3 


58.2 




F 


732.3 


117.9 


315.0 


94.3 


85.8 


152.3 


768.9 


200.2 


119.8 


724.5 


76.9 


213.3 


239.6 


300.4 


62.6 




M 


130.9 


114.2 


309.4 


95.1 


88.5 


144.6 


766.9 


196.7 


120.5 


723.6 


77.9 


208.9 


225.2 


295.8 


67.2 




A 


728.6 


112.7 


305.0 


93.6 


86.2 


140.9 


766.0 


196.9 


117.5 


723.8 


84.0 


198.6 


235.2 


303.3 


60.8 




M 


725.9 


111.0 


297.4 


91.0 


84.4 


140.2 


768.5 


201.4 


116.1 


722.3 


83.4 


195.2 


251.2 


338.7 


60.8 



'The number of stocks included has varied over the period; the totals shown in the column headings represent the current coveroge. 'The headings for "base 
metals" and "industrial mines" are not found in the Standard Industrial Classification. 'Combines the industrials, utilities and finance common stocks. 'Stocks 
included in industrial mines are listed on the exchanges as industrials. Their operations include smelting and refining. 'Includes also the machinery industries 

(except electrical machinery) and the transportation equipment industries. 'Stocks included in the mining index are for producing mines. Source: Prices 

and Price Indexes (62-002), Statistics Canada. 



114 



July, 1975 SECTION 13 

TABLE 9 

Table 9: stock exchange statistics 







Mont 










Toronto stock exchange 
















eal stock excna 
































shares tradec 




value 


of shares 


traded 


three 
month 


long-term 
government 








i -i 






year 






value ot 


















and 




combined 


shares 


brokers' 


indus- 


mining 


combined 


indus- 


mining 


combined 


treasury 


of Canada 


dividend 


month 




volume 


traded 


loans 


trials 


and oils 


volume 


trials 


and oils 


value 


bill yield' 


bond yield 


payments 2 






mi 1 lion 


million 


















million 






thousands 


dollars 


dollars 




thousands 




million dollars 


% 


% 


dollars 


CANSIM 


4551 


4552 


4554 


4555 


4556 


4557 


4558 


4559 


4560 


B14001 


B14013 


4563 


1973 




296,476 


2,174.4 


1,559.80 


313,288 


350,567 


663,855 


5,216.3 


1,520.6 


6,737.1 


5.39 


7.56 


1,929.75 


1974 




227,009 


1,597.9 


1 , 034. 06 


249,400 


318,849 


568,248 


3,299.1 


1,224.5 


4,523.5 


7.78 


8.90 


2,375.75 


1973 


J 


20,464 


118.6 


97.82 


17,552 


24,909 


42,461 


271.4 


78.1 


349.5 


5.40 


7.74 


223.48 




J 


22, 967 


156.5 


137.69 


20,788 


28,271 


4 9,059 


358.9 


128.5 


487.5 


5.65 


7.73 


186.48 




A 


19,774 


139.8 


151.15 


18,224 


24,261 


42,485 


324.2 


109.3 


433.5 


6.03 


7.82 


79.57 




S 


19, 117 


169.8 


176.08 


23,140 


26,249 


49,389 


407.4 


131.8 


539.1 


6.41 


7.72 


200.52 







26,518 


234.9 


157.40 


36,049 


37,404 


73,454 


624.4 


204.8 


829.2 


6.51 


7.60 


153.61 




N 


23, 173 


2 09.6 


176.34 


31,583 


32, 973 


64,556 


526.0 


177.0 


703.1 


6.46 


7.64 


97.06 




D 


18,554 


132.2 


157.50 


24,664 


24, 702 


49,366 


350.1 


107.2 


457.3 


6.38 


7.70 


346.71 


1974 


J 


28,744 


186.4 


131.31 


23,426 


53,350 


76,776 


397.9 


248.0 


645.8 


6.28 


7.75 


191.86 




F 


28, 890 


189.9 


103.32 


24,905 


59,535 


84,441 


390.8 


235.3 


626.1 


6.11 


7.74 


93.89 




M 


2 9,867 


196. 1 


119.01 


25,636 


34,957 


60,592 


418.5 


155.8 


574.3 


6.28 


8.19 


228.16 




A 


23,375 


156.3 


104.50 


22,305 


28,747 


51,052 


300.9 


114.2 


415.1 


7.13 


8.81 


163.02 




M 


17,744 


137.5 


73.53 


19,168 


23,543 


42,711 


280.6 


80.0 


360.5 


8.24 


8.91 


103.58 




J 


14,058 


109.0 


73.47 


15,774 


17,385 


33,159 


225.0 


49.3 


274.4 


8.68 


9.46 


282.06 




J 


14,405 


99.6 


62.09 


14,934 


16,772 


31,706 


211.4 


70.2 


281.6 


8.92 


9.63 


224.35 




A 


15,209 


92.3 


69.01 


15,794 


16,165 


31,959 


211.5 


51.4 


262.9 


9.09 


9.84 


135.53 




S 


1 1 , 487 


89.2 


65.94 


18,666 


17, 105 


35,770 


198.9 


61.0 


259.9 


9.03 


9.67 


228.92 







12,379 


98.9 


58.15 


24,841 


14,793 


39,634 


222.3 


55.7 


278.0 


8.60' 


9.20 


207.04 




N 


17,432 


172.2 


84.07 


24,408 


15,643 


40,052 


258.8 


54.3 


313.1 


7.73 


8.87 


126.92 




D 


13,419 


70.5 


89.66 


19,543 


20,854 


40,396 


182.5 


49.3 


231.8 


7.32 


8.77 


390.42 


1975 


J 


13,665 


148.3 


89.16 


30,251 


24, 130 


54,382 


380.5 


71.8 


452.2 


6.65 


8.30 


253.68 




F 


14,376 


142.9 


72.39 


25,363 


23,792 


49,154 


350.6 


80.3 


430.8 


6.34 


8.17 


133.03 




M 


13,266 


127.2 


58.14 


23,645 


18,501 


42,146 


273.3 


58.9 


332.1 


6.29 


8.47 


238.01 




A 


13,266 


145.7 




27,649 


19,212 


46,862 


368.9 


72.2 


441.1 


6.54r 


9.04 


198.63 




M 




















6.90 


8.71 


121. 97r 




J 
























303. 99 P 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding differences. 'Average of weekly rates. 2 As reported by Financial Post. Sources: Monthly 

Review, Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges; Toronto Stock Exchange Review; Bank of Canada Review and Financial Post. 



115 



SECTION 13 
TABLES 10 and 11 



July, 1975 



Table 10: federal government budgetary revenues' (million dollars) 







persona 


1 




axes on 


























(:«».»■ 1 




income tax 




nterest 
nd divi- 






excise 


taxes 


















tisca 1 






corpu- t 




















mi seel- 


total 




year 


de 


due- oth 


er ration dends 


social 




other 




custom 






return on 


laneous 


budge- 


sudgetary 


or month 


tions co 


i 


ncome 


joing 


deve 


lop- 


sales 


excise 


excise 


import 


estate 


postal 


invest- 


non-tax 


tary 


surplus 




at 


source lections tax abroad 


men 


tax 


tax 


taxes 2 


duties 


duties 


tax 


revenue 


ments 


revenues 


revenues 


or deficit 3 


CANSIM 


4579 4580 


4581 


4582 


459C 




4583 


4584 


4585 


4586 


4587 


4588 


4589 


4590 


4591 


4592 


1972-73 


5, 


892.0 1 


,280.8 


2,653.5 


291.8 


15. 


6 


2,288.7 


400.4 


638.0 1 


,181.8 


61.4 


470.1 


1,264.6 


162.9 


16,601.6 


+480.9 


1973-74 


6, 


349.5 1 


,576.3 


3,411.0 


323.7 




- 


2,692.9 


694.6 


685.9 1 


,384.6 


14.7 


480.0 


1,489.2 


264.4 


19,366.8 


-672.5 


1 973-74 


A 


368.3 


138.6 


510.7 


25.9 




_ 


154.1 


21.9 


44.0 


91.2 


1.2 


34.0 


81.8 


3.3 


1,475.0 


-459.8 




M 


276.4 


516.5 


286.3 


29.5 




- 


253.8 


39.5 


65.6 


122.4 


1.9 


36.5 


49.6 


12.6 


1,690.6 


+377.2 




J 


346.9 


60.6 


235.8 


17.7 




- 


190.5 


21.8 


52.1 


96.8 


0.8 


35.5 


154.4 


11.9 


1,224.8 


-108.2 




J 


603.9 


137.6 


317.0 


27.1 




- 


232.9 


38.6 


50.2 


114.6 


0.7 


36.4 


122.9 


12.8 


1,694.7 


+ 235.6 




A 


561.3 


111.0 


203.6 


15.8 




- 


229.8 


55.3 


56.6 


105.4 


1.6 


34.5 


12.7 


12.8 


1 ,400.4 


+ 6.3 




S 


554 . 5 


76.8 


186.1 


17.6 




- 


167.0 


7.0 


59.6 


92.0 


2.4 


34.9 


185.2 


13.1 


1,396.2 


+ 31.1 







611.3 


107.1 


216.6 


23. 1 




- 


251.4 


38.6 


75.4 


144.8 


0.7 


39.5 


56.0 


16.5 


1,581.0 


- 93.6 




N 


626.5 


63.6 


200.9 


21.4 




- 


232.5 


44.5 


63.7 


131.7 


1.2 


51.7 


23.9 


13.9 


1,475.5 


+ 25.7 




D 


686.5 


54.3 


217.4 


20.2 




- 


230.6 


37.2 


57.9 


96.8 


0.7 


50. 1 


264.2 


11.8 


1,727.7 


+282.0 




J 


725.6 


123.6 


244. 1 


72.1 




- 


244.1 


53.2 


75.8 


122.3 


1.6 


43.4 


53.4 


53.7 


1,812.9 


+138.6 




F 


595.5 


49.5 


252.7 


23.9 




- 


176.2 


98.1 


24.4 


112.2 


0.6 


38.5 


16.2 


11.3 


1,399.1 


-128.7 




M 


393.0 


137.0 


539.7 


29.5 




- 


329.9 


238.° 


60.7 


154.5 


1.2 


45.1 


468.8 


90.6 


2,488.9 


-978.7 


1 974-75 


A 


314.7 


127.5 


644 . 9 


21.6 




_ 


72.0 


54.6 


56.0 


92.3 


2.5 


38.3 


147.5 


6.8 


1,578.7 


-623.2 




M 


466.5 


646.3 


258.8 


63.4 




- 


342.6 


230.2 


57.5 


198.2 


1.7 


40.3 


37.1 


15.5 


2,358.1 


+727.2 




J 


606.8 


118.0 


289. 1 


19.9 




- 


228.9 


133.1 


66.5 


140.3 


0.4 


36.3 


166.3 


15.6 


1,821.2 


+ 92.5 




J 


736.7 


159.4 


394.4 


36.8 




- 


320.1 


161.5 


58.3 


180. 1 


- 


29.2 


114.6 


14.2 


2,205.3 


+332.6 




A 


739.3 


91.1 


245.6 


22.1 




- 


230.8 


166.3 


52.9 


159.0 


0.4 


44. 1 


50.7 


9.2 


1,812.0 


- 16.5 




S 


796.8 


90.4 


235.8 


22.0 




- 


220.4 


161.8 


60.7 


136.0 


0.4 


39.3 


182.9 


10.7 


1,957.2 


+ 85.1 







790.5 


122.5 


312.2 


31.2 




- 


260.0 


175.0 


86.3 


191.3 


0.3 


42.7 


44.4 


14.6 


2,071.0 


-118.8 




N 


870.7 


63.4 


261.1 


31.5 




- 


275.2 


195.8 


58.1 


157.3 


0.4 


41.2 


59.3 


12.1 


2,026.1 


-273.7 




D 


841 . 1 


63.5 


276.5 


24.9 




- 


261.7 


164.1 


72.9 


136.4 


0.4 


45.3 


302.0 


10.4 


2,199.2 


+ 90.8 




J 


1,016.8 


147.4 


320.7 


102.2 




_ 


243.5 


169.8 


57.2 


147.2 


0.3 


45.1 


83.6 


42.7 


2,376.5 


+141.4 




F 
M 


689.3 


55.7 


324.6 


26.8 




_ 


146.6 


182.4 


45.0 


126.6 


0.2 


41.3 


9.8 


10.7 


1,659.0 


-456.2 


1975-76 


A 


375.0 


181.0 


793.0 


33.0 




- 


48.0 


19.0 


57.0 


136.0 


- 


35.0 


143.0 


9.0 


1,829.0 


-819.0 



'This statement includes only receipts relating to budgetary revenue. Excluded are non-budgetary revenues such as Old Age Security Fund taxes, Prairie 
Farm Assistance Act levies, employer and employee contributions to government-held funds (Unemployment Insurance, Superannuation etc), interest on government- 
held funds, and taxes col lee ted on behalf of ond transferred to other governments. 2 Beginning in December 1 973, this category includes oil export tax. ^March 
includes supplementary payments arising from the closing of the accounts. Sources: The Canada Gazette and Dept. of Finance. 

Table 11: budgetary expenditures by principal classes (in millions of dollars) 











fiscal 


national health 
























transfer and and 


welfare 
























contracting 




















fiscal year 


department 




out 




other 
















or month 




of 


public 


payments 




welfare 












other 


total 






national 


debt 


to 


family 


disburse- 




post 


public 




veterans 


depart- 


budgetary 






defence 


charges 


provinces 


allowances 


ments 


agriculture 


office 


works 


transport 


affairs 


ments 


expenditures 


CANSIM 




5130 


5131 


5132 


5133 


5134 


5135 


5136 


5137 


5138 


5139 


5140 


5129 


1972-73 




1,932.2 


2,321.0 


1,501.4 


548.6 


2,367.2 


322.3 


496.5 


374.1 


598. 9 


452.3 


5,206.2 


16,120.7 


1973-74 




2,232.0 


2,591. 9 


1,874.0 


993.3 


2,766.0 


426.4 


591.2 


469.7 


827.5 


538.3 


6,729.0 


20,039.3 


1973-74 


A' 


120.4 


215. 9 


112.4 


51.0 


100.8 


9.2 


27.4 


10.7 


46.6 


35.8 


1,204.6 


1,934.8 




M' 


172.9 


222.2 


111.2 


48.7 


209.0 


17.2 


52.4 


26.6 


37.4 


39.8 


376.0 


1,313.4 




J' 


177. 1 


240.0 


119.5 


50.7 


186.5 


16.4 


42.9 


33.6 


33.8 


41.1 


391.4 


1,333.0 




J' 


175.0 


235.8 


115.0 


46.7 


211.5 


17.9 


44.4 


35.7 


79.0 


44.1 


454.0 


1,459. 1 




A' 


186. 1 


220.0 


110.5 


45.1 


212.3 


36.6 


42.5 


34.9 


47.4 


44.2 


414.5 


1,394.1 




S 1 


182.4 


218.7 


116. 1 


60.7 


200.4 


16.6 


43.2 


54.0 


40.9 


44.6 


387.5 


1,365.1 




O' 


197.3 


208. 9 


134.3 


85.4 


229.1 


50.6 


58.3 


38.7 


57.8 


47.8 


566.4 


1,674.6 




N 1 


195.6 


220.2 


133.9 


82.8 


198.3 


55.9 


45.6 


37.5 


43.9 


46.2 


389.9 


1,449.8 




D' 


181.5 


184.4 


127.2 


85.1 


200.9 


48.5 


48.4 


30.1 


73.9 


44.8 


420.9 


1,445.7 




J 1 


188.2 


206.8 


255.7 


144.7 


193.9 


40.7 


57.8 


33.8 


51.3 


46.5 


454.9 


1,674.3 




F 1 


201.8 


2 08.7 


152.9 


145.9 


217.2 


25.4 


46.8 


33.2 


38.2 


47.6 


410.1 


1,527.8 




M' 


253.8 


210.3 


385.4 


146.5 


606.0 


91.5 


81.7 


100.9 


277.3 


55.8 


1,258.4 


3,467.6 


1974-75 


A 


131.2 


239.0 


141. 9 


121.7 


120.9 


19.7 


47.2 


16.9 


58.2 


46.9 


1,258.3 


2,201.9 




M 


197.0 


276.4 


153.8 


148.4 


215.0 


26.3 


53.5 


31.4 


44.5 


47.6 


437.0 


1,630.9 




J 


203.8 


257.1 


236.2 


149.0 


236.8 


25.9 


43.7 


34.8 


48.4 


47.5 


445.5 


1,728.7 




J 


190.5 


271.8 


166.7 


172.8 


247.2 


31.3 


57.5 


35.4 


45.7 


48.1 


605.7 


1,872.7 




A 


220.8 


291.0 


164.3 


148. 1 


244.6 


2 9.5 


54.8 


43.8 


46.3 


48.0 


537.3 


1,828.5 




S 


239.5 


236.0 


176.9 


147.8 


251.5 


30.3 


57.5 


37.3 


66.8 


48.4 


580.1 


1,872.1 




O 


234.5 


241.3 


166.2 


147.6 


289.1 


34.4 


74.0 


45.6 


59.7 


61.4 


598.4 


1,952.2 




N 


235.5 


300.7 


165.3 


148.1 


250.2 


174.2 


59.7 


43.6 


93.9 


39.3 


789.3 


2,299.8 




D 


202.9 


268.9 


216.4 


148.1 


234.9 


22.4 


66.6 


48.7 


214.4 


47.6 


637.5 


2,108.4 




J 


192.2 


287.3 


203.7 


164.0 


288.6 


133.1 


69.5 


42.3 


78.7 


58.3 


717.4 


2,235.1 




F 
M 
A 


207.4 


264.9 


197.0 


164.8 


258.5 


35.6 


58.9 


46.1 


156.5 


56.9 


668.6 


2, 115.2 


1 975-76 


203.0 


28G\0 


182.0 


164.0 


164.0 


17.0 


62.0 


2o!o 


54.0 


5o!o 


158! 


2,648.0 



Figures are rounded and may not add to totals shown. 

'For comparative purposes figures may differ from those previously reported to reflect changes in accounting during 1973-74. Source: The Canada Goiette. 



116 



OBSERVATIONS 



New Retail Trade Estimates 

The Retail Trade Section, Merchandising and 
Services Division, has started publishing new retail trade 
estimates. The data are produced from a monthly sample 
survey using methodology substantially different from 
that used in producing the estimates published to the 
end of 1974. 



The universe of the new survey is comprised of a 
variety of lists. The Revenue Canada (Taxation) list is 
the main source but is supplemented by chain and 
department store lists and an area file list. The sample is 
about 16,000 independent firms. Monthly estimates 
derived from the surveys are stratified by trade group 
(based on the 1960 SIC) and geographical region. 



The results of the new survey will not be linked to 
the Census of Merchandising (as was the old survey). 
However, the estimates from both sources will be 
compared and any differences discovered will be 
examined. Revisions may be made if any discrepancies 
are found. 



Some trade groups were broken into smaller 
groups in the new survey: 



Estimates on the new basis are available back to 



1972. 



Kind-of-business Groupings 

The following trade groups comprise the same 
kinds of business in the new survey as in the old. 

Department stores 
General merchandise stores 
General stores 
Variety stores 
Motor vehicle dealers 
Men's clothing stores 
Women's clothing stores 
Family clothing stores 
Hardware stores 
Jewelry stores 

The following trade groups were broken out of the 
"all other stores" group of the old survey: 

Used car dealers 1 

Automotive parts and accessories stores 

Book and stationary stores 

Florists 

Sporting goods and accessories stores 

Personal accessories stores 1 



Old Trade Groups 

Grocery and combination 
stores 

All other food stores 

Service stations and 
garages 

Shoe stores 

Furniture, T.V., radio and 
appliances stores 



Drug stores 



New Trade Groups 

Combination stores 2 
Grocery, confectionery 
and sundries stores 2 

All other food stores 

Service stations 2 
Garages 2 

Specialty shoe stores 2 
Family shoe stores 2 

Household furniture 

stores 2 
Household appliances 

stores 2 
Furniture, T.V., radio and 

appliance stores 2 

Pharmacies, patent medi- 
cines and cosmetics 
stores 



The new group "grocery, confectionery and 
sundries stores" includes the so-called jug milk stores 
and other convenience stores. The addition of 
"confectionery stores" also enlarges this group. In the 
old survey, they were included in "all other food 
stores". 

The new group "furniture, T.V., radio and 
appliance stores" includes electrical supply stores 
previously classified to the "all other stores" group. 
Another removal from the "all other stores" group is the 
"patent medicines, cosmetics and perfume stores and 
proprietary stores" category. This group has been 
combined with "drug stores" to form the new trade 
group — pharmacies, patent medicines and cosmetics 
stores. 

More information on the new retail trade survey is 
available from R. Tanner, Chief, Retail Trade Section, 
Merchandising and Services Division, Statistics Canada, 
Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0V4 (613-996-9304). 



The Federal-Provincial Conference 
on Municipal Statistics 

The latest session of the Federal-Provincial 
Conference on Municipal Statistics was held in Toronto, 
May 5 to 7, 1975. 



1 In the Canadian Statistical Review, Section 10, Table 
1, used cars dealers and personal accessories stores have been 
combined with the "all other stores" category to form a residual 
category. 



2 Although these groups are published separately by the 
Retail Trade Division, the summary tables in the CSR show 
them grouped together. 



117 



This Conference is concerned with the develop- 
ment and maintenance of effective communication 
between Statistics Canada and provincial and territorial 
governments on statistical data reflecting the activities of 
local governments with particular reference to financial 
activities. 



The major areas examined during the Conference 
were: 

(1) a report from the Task Force appointed by the 1974 
session of this Conference; 

(2) the local government entities project; 

(3) school purpose tax revenues and the Federal- 
Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act requirements; 

(4) planning and programming of capital expenditures; 

(5) the National Task Force on Public Finance 
established by the Tri- Level Conference; 

(6) the Federal-Provincial Consultative Council on 
Statistical Policy. 



From the outset, it was recognized that more 
specific terms of reference were required and, as an 
initial step, six projects were established. 

Task Force Project 1 — To identify ongoing information 
requests of a continuing nature being directed to local 
governments across Canada by the two senior levels of 
government, and to describe the manner in which the 
information is used. 

Task Force Project 2 — To compile a listing of additional 
continuing information that the two senior levels of 
government intend asking of local governments in 
Canada. 

Task Force Project 3 — To gather evidence into a 
systematic framework and consider the nature of 
follow-up consultation and research. 

Task Force Project 4 — To consider the feasibility of 
representation from local governments at future sessions 
of the Conference. 



The Task Force Report 

The 1974 Conference appointed a Task Force "to 
review the work of the Conference and make re- 
commendations for its future". Its members are: 

Mr. G.A. Wagdin (Chairman) 
Special Advisor, Integration 
Economic Accounts and Integration 
Statistics Canada 
Ottawa, Ontario 

Mr. J.P. Taylor 
Executive Director 
Department of Municipal Affairs 
Province of British Columbia 
Victoria, British Columbia 

Mr. J.S. Richmond 

Director 

Municipal Budgets and Finance Branch 

Department of Municipal Affairs 

Province of Manitoba 

Winnipeg, Manitoba 

Mr. M.G. Malone 

Senior Policy Advisor 

Municipal Finance Branch 

Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental 

Affairs 
Province of Ontario 
Toronto, Ontario. 

Mr. P.J. Dufresne 
Conseiller Special 
Bureau du Sous-ministre 
Ministere des Affaires Municipales 
Province du Quebec 
Quebec, P.Q. 



The Conference agreed with the Task Force 
recommendation that representatives from local govern- 
ments should be invited to attend future meetings and 
that such representation, not to exceed three 
participants from a province, should be determined by 
the principal provincial delegate in each case. 

Task Force Project 5 — To consider appropriate en- 
largement of representation at future meetings. 

In the past, delegates to this Conference have 
come from federal and provincial government depart- 
ments. The principal delegates have been: 

1 from Statistics Canada 

1 from each of the provinces and the two 
territories. 

From time to time, other federal and provincial 
government officials have participated representing the 
Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, the Bank of 
Canada, the Department of Finance, the Ministry of 
State for Urban Affairs, and representatives from various 
departments of provincial governments. 

The Task Force has not arrived at any firm 
conclusions concerning enlarged participation from 
federal or provincial governments. Some consideration 
has been given, however, to the growing importance of 
effective communication with a number of organizations 
actively engaged in research concerning local govern- 
ments, for example the Ontario Economic Council, the 
Canadian Council on Urban and Regional Research, the 



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Canadian Federation of Mayors and Municipalities, and 
organizations such as the National Task Force on Public 
Finance, the Council of Maritimes Premiers, to name a 
few. 



Task Force Project 6 — To consider the nature and 
extent of matters appropriately coming within the 
purview of this Conference. 



Local Government Entities 

The objectives of this project, being developed by 
the Public Finance Division of Statistics Canada, are: 

(1) to identify all units of local government operation 
within the major urban areas; 

(2) to identify the financial and organizational relation- 
ships between subsidiary units and the parent 
municipal councils as well as the interrelationships 
among subsidiary units; 

(3) to identify those subsidiary units, if any, whose 
financial reports are independent of those of the 
municipality proper; 

(4) to issue one or more documents highlighting the 
organization of local governments in the selected 
areas; 

(5) to maintain such documents on a current basis 
through annual revision; 

(6) to extend the exercise to smaller regions; 



The format as tabled by Statistics Canada was 
approved by the Conference. It was agreed that the work 
should continue. 



School Purpose Taxes 

The Public Finance Division of Statistics Canada 
described the neccessity to identify grants in lieu of 
taxes by source in order that they may be included in 
the statistical compilation "school purpose taxes". The 
manner in which school purpose taxes are used in 
meeting the requirements set out in the Federal- 
Provincial Fiscal Regulations in connection with the 
Revenue Equalization Formula were discussed at some 
length. Provincial delegates agreed to provide the 
necessary information. 



National Task Force on Public Finance 

Mr. Eric J. Newman, Executive Director of the 
National Task Force on Public Finance, which was 
established by the Tri-Level Conference, outlined the 
work done to date and stressed the importance of 
improving the range of available information concerning 
the financial activities of local government and the level 
of comparability with similar data concerning the 
activities of the two senior levels of government. The 
key role played by the Public Finance Division of 
Statistics Canada was recognized. 



Federal-Provincial Consultative Council on Statistical 
Policy 

The importance of establishing effective 
communication between this Conference and the 
Federal- Provincial Consultative Council on Statistical 
Policy was discussed and the Summary Report of the 
first meeting of the Consultative Council was tabled. 



Task Force Extension 

The Conference closed with a recommendation 
that the Task Force appointed at the 1974 Conference 
continue its work and produce a progress report in the 
fall of 1975. 



More information on the Conference is available 
from G. Wagdin, Special Advisor, Integration, Statistics 
Canada, Tunney's Pasture, Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0T6 
(613-992-2489). 



New Report on Food Franchise Operations 

Franchising in Canada 's Food Service Industry is a 
new publication of Statistics Canada's Merchandising 
and Service Division. 



The report summarizes the results of a survey 
(covering 1973 operations) designed to measure the 
overall impact of franchising in Canada's food service 
industry. As well, the survey collected information on 
franchisor/ franchisee relationships, sales by product lines 
and the nature of facilities and services offered by 
franchise food serving operations. 



Planning and Programming of Capital Expenditures 

Using the document that was first presented at the 
1974 Conference, the Quebec delegation led a discussion 
on the importance of planning and programming of 
capital expenditures. It was conceded that this subject 
would receive a great deal of attention in the near 
future. 



Included in the publication with the results of the 
study is a section providing definitions and a general 
description of coverage, questionnaire content and 
methodology. 



Copies of Franchising in Canada's Food Service 
Industry, 1973, (Catalogue 63-524, Occasional) are 



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available from Publications Distribution, Statistics 
Canada, Tunney's Pasture, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0T6 
(Price: 70 cents) 



Science and Culture Division, Statistics Canada, 
Tunney's Pasture, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0Z5 
(613-995-9682). 



Book Publishing in Canada 

In 1973, book publishers in Canada sold about 
184 million books — 145 million were English, 39 
million were French and the remainder, a variety of 
other languages. These statistics were taken from a 
recently completed survey by the Education, Science 
and Culture Division of Statistics Canada. 

The survey gathered information on the number of 
books published, the language of publication, the 
country of financial control and the size of publishers' 
operations for 1972 and 1973. 

Preliminary data are presented in the May 1975 
Service Bulletin (Book Publishing in Canada, Service 
Bulletin, Vol. 4 No. 3, Catalogue 81-001). A com- 
prehensive analysis will be available in a future 
publication. 

More information on this topic is available from R. 
Bacon, Chief, Fine Arts and Media Section, Education, 



Senior Staff Changes at Statistics Canada 

In February 1975, Dr. Peter Kirkham was 
appointed Chief Statistician of Canada, replacing Dr. 
Ostry. Dr. Kirkham joined the bureau in 1973 as 
Assistant Chief Statistician for the Economic Accounts 
and Integration Field. Before that, he was an associate 
professor at the University of Western Ontario's school 
of business administration. 



The new Assistant Chief Statistician for Economic 
Accounts and Integration is Guy Leclerc, former 
Director General of the System of National Accounts 
(Current) Branch. Mr. Leclerc (who is also Chairman of 
the Canadian Statistical Review Editorial Board) has 
been with Statistics Canada since 1957. He first worked 
in the Business Finance Division, became Director of 
that Division in 1961 and, in 1970, was appointed 
Director of the Gross National Product Division. In 
1973, he became Director-General of SNA (Current). 



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Chart - 3 



4-Quarter Moving Averages of Unemployment and Vacancy Rates, 
Canada 1971 to 1974 



6.5 






1/1/71 




121 



The source of this hump can be pinpointed more 
accurately by reference to Chart 2. There were two 
quarters (the third and fourth of 1972) in which there 
was a clear, unambiguous shift in the U-V relationship 
from the previous year — both more vacancies and more 
unemployment were observed. 

This shift is reflected in the moving- average graph 
in Chart 3. As one follows the line, it can be seen that 
when the third quarter of 1972 entered the moving 
average centered on the second quarter of 1972 
(1/4/72), the curve shifted sharply. When the fourth 
quarter entered the moving average, the curve moved an 
even greater distance to the right. Conversely, when 
these quarters left the moving average (points 1/4/73 
and 1/7/73), the curve shifted back. 

If one examines only those points which do not 
contain the third and fourth quarters of 1972 (before 
1/4/72 and after 1/7/73), they appear to belong to a 
curve of quite reasonable shape. A straight line joining 
the two clusters has a slope of about 10:7. In other 
words, over the range of data observed, the elimination 
of 10 cases of unemployment has, on average, coincided 
with the creation of 7 job vacancies. The value of this 
observation is reduced, however, by the measurement 
problems mentioned earlier. 

Although it is possible to visualize these points as 
belonging to a common hyperbolic curve, it must be 
emphasized that it does not constitute proof that a 
stable, long-term relationship is emerging. Only the 
passage of time will provide the answer to this question. 
What is interesting, however, is the possibility that a 
stable trade-off line will emerge. 

As will be seen later, there is further, indirect 
evidence that the line may not have shifted permanently 
by a large amount. This will be dealt with after the 
relevant data has been examined. Before this, however, it 
is essential to deal with the critical question: what 
caused the "hump" in the middle of the curve. 



The Short-term shift 

There are several possible answers to the question 
"why were there suddenly more vacancies with a given 
level of unemployment? " There may have been an 
increase in the amount of hiring, resulting from an 
increase in labour turnover. Alternately, vacant jobs may 
not be in the same region or occupations as the 
unemployed. Finally, it is possible that an employer may 
not be offering adequate pay or working conditions to 
attract the unemployed. 

Although Wrings are not directly measured in 
Canada now, some idea of turnover can be gathered by 
looking at the data on vacancies which were vacant 
longer than one month. The Quarterly Report on Job 



Vacancies shows that these failed to rise as quickly as 
short-term vacancies, which suggests that turnover rose 
between the second and third quarters of 1972. 

The possibility of geographical mismatching being 
the cause of the shift is easily dealt with. Although there 
was some change in the distribution, all areas of the 
country except New Brunswick had strong rates of 
growth in vacancies. If geographic mismatching were 
increasing strongly, it would be expected that the 
growth would be largely restricted to only certain areas. 

A shift in occupational mismatching is not as 
simple to measure. Because the Job Vacancy Survey is 
coded to just less than 500 occupational classes, it is 
necessary to cluster the occupations in order to make 
the analysis manageable. For this purpose, six broad 
categories by skill or complexity were created. 3 (The 
classes are: Managerial and Professional, Technical and 
Semi-professional, Skilled Workers and Supervisors, 
Semi-Skilled — Manual, Semi-skilled — Other, and Low- 
skilled). 

Detailed descriptions of the classes are contained 
in the appendix; however, several comments are essential 
before presenting the data. 

First, although every effort was made to find 
objective criteria for creating the classes, a large amount 
of subjective judgement was necessarily involved in 
many individual decisions. This arbitrariness means that 
one should not put too much emphasis on the size of the 
groups themselves. For example, it is not particularly 
important that the "managerial and professional" group 
is much smaller than the "low-skilled", This largely 
reflects the decisions made by the author as to what 
should go in these groups, rather than anything in the 
data themselves. 

It is suggested that the proper way to view these 
groups is as a set of "baskets" analogous to those used in 
the Consumer Price Index. It is their relative behaviour 
over time, rather than their absolute size, that is 
important. 

Tables 1 and 2 show the distribution over time of 
vacancies in these various classes. During 1972, there was 
a sharp shift toward vacancies in low-skilled and manual 
jobs. Table 2, for example, shows that between the 
second and third quarters, vacancies for low-skilled jobs 
rose by 105 per cent, and for semi-skilled — manual jobs, 
102 per cent compared with 52 per cent for managerial 
and professional and 36 per cent for technical and 
semi-professional. 



3 While several persons in various sections of Statistics 
Canada familiar with occupational classification aided the author 
in creating the classes, the final responsibility rests entirely with 
the author. These data are not official statistics of the Job 
Vacancy Survey Section. 



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TABLE 2. Percentage Change from Previous Quarter in Full-time Job Vacancies 
by Skill Group, Canada, 1971 to 1974 



Skill group 


ist 
quarter 


2nd 
quarter 


3rd 
quarter 


4th 
quarter 








per 


:ent 




Managerial and professional 


1971 




39 


12 


- 17 




1972 


— 


18 


52 


- 10 




1973 


19 


3 


12 


- 2 




1974 


4 


20 


20 


- 18 




1971 


_ 


3 


15 


- 1 




1972 


- 11 


20 


36 


19 




1973 


-29 


27 


-2 


21 




1974 


- 7 


15 


7 


- 14 




1971 


_ 


81 


5 


- 19 




1972 


9 


34 


61 


2 




1973 


- 5 


16 


8 


- 18 




1974 


21 


19 


17 


-36 


Semi-skilled: 












Total 


1971 


_ 


50 


14 


2 




1972 


10 


13 


80 


- 11 




1973 


-7 


18 


11 


- 13 




1974 


2 


19 


13 


-44 




1971 


— 


72 


31 


1 




1972 


23 


-3 


102 


- 12 




1973 


- 11 


22 


19 


- 16 




1974 


- 


13 


10 


-48 


Other 


.... 1971 


— 


35 


_ 


2 




1972 


- 5 


39 


58 


- 9 




1973 


- 1 


13 


- 


- 10 




1974 


5 


27 


18 


-39 


Low-skilled 


.... 1971 


23 


64 
39 


24 
105 


- 28 




1972 


-44 




1973 


12 


35 


41 


- 32 




1974 


- 5 


45 


32 


-50 


Not classified 


. . . 1971 


116 


19 
10 


17 
50 


- 35 




1972 


-21 




1973 


19 


-4 


-3 


- 




1974 


- 5 


90 


35 


-58 


Total all groups 


.... 1971 


- 


46 


14 


- 10 




1972 


9 


22 


71 


- 11 




1973 


- 5 


19 


13 


- 13 




1974 


3 


23 


18 


-39 



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This finding weakens the possibility that occupa- 
tional mismatching was the cause of the increased level 
of vacancies. If occupational mismatching were the 
cause, then the jobs becoming vacant would be of a high 
enough skill level that people lacking the required skills 
could not readily be trained to fdl them. However, the 
additional vacancies were predominantly in jobs 
requiring little training. 

The findings suggest that the factor at work in 
causing the shift in the Unemployment-Vacancy 
relationship was the acceptability of the job itself. To 
investigate this further, it is necessary to examine the 
rate of pay offered for the vacant jobs. 

Data on the rate of pay offered for vacant jobs has 
recently been made available and can be obtained from 
the Job Vacancy Section, Labour Division. For purposes 
of this study, the six skill groups used to analyze 
occupational mismatching provided meaningful 
differences in average pay. 

These "rate-of-pay" statistics measure the 
minimum rate of pay offered for a job, which might be 
lower than the rate at which a successful candidate 
would be hired. Tips, bonuses, and other non-wage 
earnings are not included. In addition, pay offered for 
vacant jobs is frequently at a low beginning rate, and 
does not reflect later increases due to promotion or 
seniority. 

As Table 3 indicates, the groups which grew the 
fastest during 1972 had below-average pay, but they 
were not the lowest-paid group. The semi-skilled — other 
(consisting of a variety of clerical, sales and service jobs) 
had the lowest mean pay, yet this group had a 
substantially lower rate of growth in vacancy level (58 
per cent) than the low-skilled (105 per cent) and 
semi-skilled - manual (102 per cent) categories. This 
suggests that pay, while a factor, was not the complete 
explanation for the vacancy increases. Possibly the type 
of work, for example, manual labour, was also a factor. 

The changes in pay rates over time support the 
general picture of a downward shift in the skill mix. In 
almost every skill category, pay rates were almost 
stagnant between 1971 and 1972. This is consistent with 
a shift within each group (as well as between the groups) 
toward lower-pay jobs which would compensate for the 
upward drift in wages which normally goes on (a drift 
which would be especially likely in a time of rising 
vacancies and hence greater recruiting difficulties). 

These findings leave unanswered the basic question 
of the underlying reason for the shift. Changes in 
available non-wage earnings opportunities may have 
played a role, as well as social expectations. The 
interesting point, however, is that whatever the cause, it 
appears to have affected the U-V relationship for only 
about one-half a year. 



The Longer-run U-V Relationship 

It is of considerable importance whether the data 
for 1973-74 can be said to be on the same U-V curve as 
1971. 

The ultimate proof will, be in observing the path 
of the trade-off line over a longer period of time. In the 
meantime, it is worthwhile examining the data to see if 
there is evidence of a lasting shift in the mix of 
vacancies. Two sets of data throw light on this; the 
percentage distribution by skill group and the average 
pay rates. 

From 1971 to 1973 and 1974, there was a 
moderate lasting increase in the proportion of the 
vacancies in the low-skilled category — from 13 to 16 
per cent (Table 1). The top skill categories settled down 
to a similar or lower level than in 1971. Vacancies in 
semi-skilled — manual jobs maintained through 1973 the 
proportions attained in late 1972, and then began to 
decrease as a percentage of total vacancies through 1974 
until reaching the levels of early 1971. None of these 
shifts amounted to a substantial proportion of vacancies. 
As a general summary, therefore, the rapid composi- 
tional shifts toward lower skill levels of vacant jobs 
which took place in mid-1972 ceased at the end of that 
year, and have been partially erased by subsequent 
movements. The end result seems to have been relatively 
minor long-term changes. 

The pay data support this conclusion. In 1973 and 
1974, pay rates rose much more rapidly than between 
1971 and 1972 within most of the skill groups, a finding 
which is compatible with the notion that the shift 
toward vacancies for jobs with lower pay had stopped. 



Longer-term Vacancies 

Longer-term vacancies are vacancies for full-time 
jobs which have been vacant one month or more. Such 
jobs are of interest because they may represent 
"shortages" or "hard-core" vacancies. 

Longer-term vacancies remained a fairly stable 
proportion of full-time vacancies up to the middle of 
1973, ranging from 28 per cent to 37 per cent. 4 
Between the second and third quarters of 1973, 
however, the proportion jumped to 47 per cent and, up 
to the end of 1974, remained at a level well above that 
of previous years. 

This pattern raises two related questions. First, 
why do jobs remain vacant so long when unemployed 
people are available, and second, what caused the sharp 
jump in longer-term vacancies in 1973? 



4 Quarterly Report on Job Vacancies, Catalogue 71-002, 
Statistics Canada, Table 5 in recent issues. 



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TABLE 3. Rates of Pay Offered for Full-time Job Vacancies by Skill Groups, 
Canada, Annual Averages 1971 to 1974 



Skill group 



Hourly rates 



Number 

of 
vacancies 



Mean 
pay 



Predominant 

pay 

range 2 



Weekly rates l 



Number 

of 
vacancies 



Mean 
pay 



Predominant 
pay 
range z 






dollars 



Managerial and professional 



Technical and semi-professional 



Skilled workers and supervisors 



1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 

1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 

1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 



Semi-skilled: 

Total 1971 

1972 
1973 
1974 

Manual 1971 

1972 
1973 
1974 

Other 1971 

1972 
1973 
1974 



Low-skilled 



Total all groups 3 



1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 

1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 



3,860 

8,050 

11,270 

14,690 



6,380 
14,140 
) 7,860 
19,920 

4,960 
10,510 
13,510 
14,580 

1,420 
3,630 
4,350 
5,340 

3,230 

6,890 

10,560 

12,800 

14,170 
30,780 
42,330 
50,580 



3.40 
3.50 
3.80 
4.50 



2.30 
2.40 
2.80 
3.20 

2.40 
2.50 
2.90 
3.40 

1.90 
2.00 
2.20 
2.70 

2.10 
2.10 
2.40 
2.80 

2.60 
2.60 
3.00 
3.50 



2.50-4.20 
2.50-4.20 
2.90-4.80 
3.50-5.50 



1.70 
1.70 
1.90 
2.30 

1.70 
1.80 
2.00 
2.40 

1.60 
1.70 
1.90 
2.30 



2.80 
2.80 
3.50 
3.30 

3.00 
3.00 
3.70 
4.20 

2.10 
2.00 
2.50 
3.00 



1.60-2.40 
1.70-2.40 
1.80-2.80 
2.10-3.30 

1.70 - 3.304 
1.80-3.30 4 
2.00 - 3.804 
2.70 - 4.00 4 



2,530 
3,510 
5,240 
6,790 

4,420 
5,460 
6,370 
8,500 

2,650 
3,880 
4,850 
5,870 



5,610 

9,120 

11,290 

12,440 

890 
2,130 
2,430 
2,150 

4,720 

6,990 

8,860 

10,290 

870 
1,270 
1,380 
1,310 

16,310 
23,510 
29,490 
35,360 



dollars 
180 135-220 



190 
200 
230 

125 
130 
145 
165 

105 
115 
125 
140 



85 
100 
110 
120 

105 
120 
135 
150 

85 

90 

100 

115 

85 

90 

110 

120 

115 
120 
135 
155 



135-230 
150-230 
170-285 

105-135 
105 - 145 
120 - 160 
135-190 

80-115 

85-125 

95 - 140 

110-160 



70-100 
75-110 
85 - 125 
95 - 135 

80 - 120 

90 - 140 

100-150 

115-160 

70-95 
75 - 100 
85-115 
95-125 

65-95 

75 - 105 
80-115 
95-135 

90-130 4 

95 - 140 4 

105 - 150 4 

120-180 4 



* Insufficient observations to calculate pay rates. 

1 Reported originally on a daily, weekly, monthly or annual base. 

2 The range of pay rates which contains the middle 50 per cent of vacancies. 

3 Includes "skill not classified". 

4 Preliminary calculations by the author, subject to revision. 

Note: The hourly and weekly groups contained in this table do not add to the totals in Table 1, because of the existence of a 
'pay not stated" class. 



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TABLE 4. Longer-term and Short-term Vacancies by Skill Group, 
Canada, Annual Averages 1971 to 1974 







Longer-term 


Short-term 






vacancies 


vacancies 


Skill group 














Number 


Per cent 


Number 


Per cent 


Managerial and professional 


1971 


1,390 


12 


1,470 


7 




1972 


1,810 


10 


2,140 


5 




1973 


3,040 


10 


2,830 


6 




1974 


4,320 


11 


3,360 


7 




1971 


2,680 


23 


2,470 


12 




1972 


3,020 


16 


4,070 


10 




1973 


4,020 


13 


4,470 


10 




1974 


5,840 


14 


4,620 


9 


Skilled workers and supervisors 


1971 


2,450 


21 


4,320 


20 




1972 


4,430 


24 


7,830 


20 




1973 


7,010 


23 


9,950 


21 




1974 


10,550 


26 


10,770 


21 


Semi-skilled: 












Total 


1971 


3,550 


31 


9,440 


45 




1972 


7,450 


40 


17,690 


45 




1973 


12,220 


39 


20,510 


44 




1974 


13,670 


34 


21,420 


42 




1971 


1,870 


16 


4,660 


22 




1972 


4,830 


26 


9,370 


24 




1973 


7,720 


25 


11,010 


23 




1974 


7,930 


20 


10,780 


21 


Other 


1971 


1,680 


15 


4,780 


23 




1972 


2,620 


14 


8,320 


21 




1973 


4,500 


14 


9,500 


20 




1974 


5,740 


14 


10,640 


21 


Low-skilled 


1971 


1,180 
1,850 


10 
10 


3,010 
6,670 


14 




1972 


17 




1973 


4,140 


13 


8,290 


18 




1974 


5,260 


13 


9,350 


18 


Total all groups • 


1971 


11,420 


100 


21,150 


100 




1972 


18,840 


100 


39,460 


100 




1973 


31,070 


100 


46.980 


100 




1974 


40,560 




100 


50,990 


100 



1 Includes "skill not classified' 



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TABLE 5. Mean Pay Rates Offered for Longer-term and Short-term Vacancies by Skill Group, 
Canada, Annual Averages 1971 to 1974 



Skill group 



Longer-term vacancies 



Hourly 



Number 

of 
vacancies 



Mean 
pay 



Weekly 



Number 

of 
vacancies 



Mean 
pay 



Shorter-term vacancies 



Hourly 



Number 

of 
vacancies 



Mean 
pay 



Weekly 



Number 

of 
vacancies 



Mean 
pay 



dollars 



Managerial and professional 



Technical and semi-professional 



Skilled workers and supervisors 



1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 

1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 

1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 



Semi-skilled: 

Total 1971 

1972 
1973 
1974 

Manual 1971 

1972 
1973 
1974 

Other 1971 

1972 
1973 
1974 



Low-skilled 



Total all group ] 



1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 

1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 



1,430 
3,190 
5,070 
7,770 



1,830 
4,510 
6,950 
8,080 

1,460 
3,360 
5,350 
6,140 

370 
1,150 
1,600 
1,940 

930 

1,500 
3,550 
4,640 

4,420 

9,610 

16,640 

21,990 



3.30 
3.70 
4.00 
4.60 



2.40 
2.40 
2.80 
3.40 

2.60 
2.50 
3.00 
3.60 

2.00 
2.00 
2.20 
2.70 

1.90 
2.00 
2.30 
2.80 

2.60 
2.80 
2.10 
2.70 



1,270 
1,600 
2,710 
3,820 

2,300 
2,450 
3,110 
4,740 

910 
1,100 
1,660 
2,460 



1,380 
2,100 
3,760 
4,190 

170 

730 

1,150 

730 

1,210 
1,370 
2,610 
3,460 

220 
300 
410 
450 

6,130 

7,640 

11,790 

15,850 



dollars 

190 
205 
205 
240 

130 
130 
150 
165 

105 
120 
130 
150 



95 
105 
115 
125 

120 
120 
140 
165 

90 

95 

105 

115 

75 
100 
130 
125 

130 
135 
145 
170 



dollars 



2,430 
4,860 
6,200 
6,920 



4,550 

9,630 

10,910 

11,840 

3,500 
7,150 
8,160 
8,440 

1,050 
2,480 
2,750 
3,400 

2,300 
5,390 
7,010 
8,160 

9,750 
21,170 
25,690 
28,590 



3.50 
3.40 
3.70 
4.40 



2.30 
2.40 
2.70 
3.10 

2.40 
2.50 
2.90 
3.30 

1.90 
2.00 
2.20 
2.60 

2.10 
2.10 
2.40 
2.80 

2.60 
2.60 
2.90 
3.40 



1,260 
1,910 
2,530 
2,970 

2,120 
3,010 
3,260 
3,760 

1,740 
2,780 
3,190 
3,410 



4,230 
7,020 
7,530 
8,250 

720 
1,400 
1,280 
1,420 

3,510 
5,620 
6,250 
6,830 

650 
970 
970 
860 

10,180 
15,870 
17,700 
19,510 



dollars 

170 
180 
195 
220 

125 
130 
140 
170 

100 
110 
120 
135 



85 

95 

105 

120 

100 
120 
130 
140 

80 

90 

100 

115 

85 

90 

105 

115 

90 
110 
110 
130 



* Insufficient numbers of vacancies to calculate pay rates. 
1 Includes "skill not classified". 



127 



The data on pay rates and skill groups provide the 
opportunity to test two possible explanations for the 
existence of jobs which remain vacant for more than one 
month. These are: 

(l)the pay offered may not be sufficient to 
attract the unemployed who may prefer the non-wage 
earning alternatives; and 

(2) jobs may be vacant because they demand 
specialized skills that are in short supply. s 

It is assumed that both these factors are in 
operation. However, the data on skill groups and pay 
rates offer the opportunity to determine which factor is 
more important. This is done by comparing the longer- 



5 A third factor is the geographic distribution. A proper 
examination of this matter involves data problems which are 
outside the scope of this article. However, the published data 
do not suggest that the geographic distribution is particularly 
important in explaining the existence of longer-term jobs, since 
they are fairly evenly distributed between provinces. This 
finding parallels that reported earlier for full-time jobs in 1972. 



term with the short-.term vacancies (Tables 4 and 5). If 
jobs remain vacant because of poor pay, then the 
longer-term vacancies should have lower pay than 
short-term vacancies of equivalent skill level. On the 
other hand, if scarce skills are the problem, then the 
longer-term vacancies should show greater concentration 
in the higher skill levels. 

Tables 4 and 5 indicate that skill shortage pre- 
dominated over low pay as a cause of long-term 
vacancies. Longer-term vacancies were substantially 
more concentrated in high-skill groups than were short- 
term vacancies. In addition, the pay offered was higher 
in every skill group except the low-skill occupations. 
Only among the lowest- skill vacancies is there some 
evidence that low pay was causing jobs to remain vacant. 

One further matter remains to be investigated: what 
happened between the second and third quarters of 
1 973 when the proportion of long-term vacancies rose so 
sharply? 



TABLE 6. Percentage Distribution of Longer-term Vacancies 
by Skill Group and Quarter, Canada, 1973 



Skill group 



1st 

quarter 



2nd 
quarter 



3rd 
quarter 



4th 
quarter 



Managerial and professional 



Technical and semi-professional 



Skilled workers and supervisors 



Semi-skilled : 



Total 



12 



13 



19 



Manual 



Other 



44 



27 



16 



Low-skilled 



Total all groups 1 



100 



per cent 



12 



18 



22 



35 
21 
15 

11 
100 



10 



24 



41 



27 



15 



16 



100 



13 



23 



37 



24 



13 



14 



100 



1 Includes "skill not classified' 



128 



Table 6 shows the breakdown of long-term 
vacancies by skill group for each quarter of 1973. These 
data reveal that the rise took place in low-, semi-skilled 
and skilled positions, but that managerial, professional, 
technical and semi-professional jobs were affected only 
slightly. 

As Table 5 has shown, the pay offered for 
longer-term vacant jobs rose strongly within all the skill 
groups between 1973 and 1974, and particularly 
strongly in those groups in which the number of 
vacancies rose so sharply in the third quarter of 1973. 6 
This picture is at least compatible with the occurence of 
serious recruiting difficulty over a wide range of low- 
and middle-skilled occupations. More information would 
be required, however, before this hypothesis could be 
confirmed. 



A major question is still unanswered: how stable 
the relationship between unemployment and vacancies? 
This can be observed only by watching the vacancy level 
in relation to future changes in unemployment. It is 
hoped that this study has provided a useful background 
to aid in the analysis of these changes. 



Appendix: The Skill Groups 

The separation of approximately 500 occupation 
classes into a few broad skill clusterings is a highly 
complicated task, involving a large amount of subjective 
judgement. The groupings in this article are the end 
product of gradual refinement which spanned more than 
two years. 7 



Summary and Conclusions 

Without adjustments, the data on job vacancies 
and unemployment seem to have little consistent pattern 
from 1971 to 1974, but once the effect of seasonality is 
removed, a pattern begins to emerge. Aside from one 
brief period in late 1972, the two variables have moved 
along a path which approximates a reasonably stable 
U-V curve; that is, increases in vacancies were ac- 
companied by reductions in unemployment of almost 
equal magnitude. 

Over the entire period, there appears to have been 
only minor lasting changes in the composition of 
vacancies. During the high growth in vacancies which 
took place in 1972, low-pay and low-skill vacancies grew 
considerably faster than others, but at the end of 1972, 
this trend ended and during the following two years was 
partly reversed. 

In general, longer-term vacancies seem to be those 
demanding higher skill. Only among very low-skill jobs 
does poor pay appear to be a dominant factor in causing 
jobs to remain vacant for lengthy periods of time. The 
sudden rise in longer-term vacancies in mid- 1973, 
coupled with sharp rises thereafter in the rates of pay for 
these jobs, is at least compatible with the notion that 
there were serious recruiting difficulties at that time. 



6 One factor causing this rise in pay was undoubtedly the 
accelerating wage and price inflation in the economy during this 
time. However, the rates of pay offered for vacancies in the 
fastest-growing skill groups (semi-skilled and low-skilled) in- 
creased more than 20 per cent - a higher growth rate than wages 
generally. Another factor which may affect the change in pay 
rates is a shift inside the skill groups. Within each group, there is 
a range of skill levels. Therefore, the mean pay rate for the group 
could be affected by a change in the number of vacancies in the 
various skill levels within the group. As was seen earlier, there is 
evidence that such a shift held down pay rates for full-time 
vacancies in 1972. In the case of longer-term vacancies, any shift 
is probably also toward the lower end, since this was the pattern 
of movement between the groups. Therefore, the actual pay rise 
is probably greater than that indicated by the data in Table 5. 



Rather than a complete list of the content of each 
class, there follows a brief description of the criteria and 
data used and the general composition of each group. 

The most important source of information on job 
skill level is the Canadian Classification and Dictionary 
of Occupations (listing some 7,000 7-digit occupation 
groups) which has rated each occupation for its level of 
general educational development and specific vocational 
preparation. By adding and averaging these factors for 
each occupation in a given 4-digit group (the level to 
which the Job Vacancy Survey was coded) an indication 
was given of the skill level of the occupation. 

Other data referred to when the CCDO failed to 
provide unambiguous decisions were: the level of educa- 
tion and earnings of persons in a particular occupation as 
obtained from the 1971 Census and the pay offered for 
vacant jobs, from the Job Vacancy Survey. 

A brief list of the classes follows: 

The Managerial and Professional group consists of 
all jobs in the "managerial and administrative" CCDO 
major group, plus occupations for which a full university 
degree or equivalent is normally required for entrance. 
In this group, vacancies were most commonly found for 
engineers and accountants. 

The Technical and Semi-professional group con- 
tains occupations which demand high levels of skill but 
not normally a full university degree. Most important 
occupations in terms of vacant jobs were draughtsmen, 
nurses, health technicians and therapists, laboratory 
technicians, technical salespersons and police. 



7 During this refinement process, there have been sub- 
stantial changes from the groups published by the author in the 
April 1973 issue of the Canadian Statistical Review. These two 
sets of groupings are not comparable. 



129 



The Skilled Workers and Supervisors group is made 
up of jobs normally considered to be skilled trades, plus 
supervisors and foremen and a few white-collar occupa- 
tions considered to be of equivalent skill levels. There is 
probably some overlap in skill level with the "technical 
and semi-professional" group, as indicated by the 
closeness of the pay ranges. The largest numbers of 
vacancies were for construction trades, mechanics, 
welders, machine tool makers, and stenographers. 

The Low-skilled group consists of jobs for which 
virtually no training is required for entrance; that is, jobs 
for which persons can be trained on the job in a short 
period. Largest groups were labourers, waitresses, sales 
clerks, chambermaids, janitors, food processing workers, 
and some assemblers. 

The Semi-skilled group is essentially a residual 
class after the other groups have been defined. Because 
of its size, it has been divided into "manual" — which is 
factory work, materials-handling or other highly physical 
activities, and "other" which consists of a miscellany of 
office, sales and service activities. These two subsets 
should be regarded as roughly equal in skill. 



About 24 occupations were judged to be in- 
sufficiently homogeneous in skill to be assigned 
anywhere, and were put into a "not classified" group. 
Unpublished data show that average pay rates for these 
occupations is in the same range as the pay of the 
semi-skilled group. 

As mentioned in the text, these groups are highly 
arbitrary. It is the change over time in the number of 
vacancies in the groups that is of interest. 

An important point about these groups is that 
they were created as a measure of skill only. Although 
there may be connotations of status in the titles of the 
skill groups, they were not designed to reflect such a 
variable. 



Detailed listings of the CCDO groups included in 
each class can be obtained from the author upon 
request. Persons comtemplating the application of these 
groups to other data sets should be aware that 4-digit 
detail is absolutely essential as a starting point. 



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1974 Census Test - Preparing for 1976 7 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

Note to Users 4 

The Canadian Gross National Product in Constant 1971 Dollars. Some Problems in Measuring Prices and Quantities 5 

Statistical Tables 14-1 16 

Observations 129 



LIST OF STATISTICAL TABLES 



Page 

Section 1 . Selected Economic Indicators — 
Analytical Summary 

Charts 8-13 

Analytical Summary 14-17 

Section 2. Population Statistics 

1 . Population, by Province 18 

2. Immigration to Canada, by Country of Last Permanent 

Residence 18 

3. Immigration to Canada, by Province of (Intended) Des- 

tination 18 

4. Immigration to Canada, by (Intended) Occupational 

Group 18 

5. Births, by Province 19 

6. Deaths, by Province 19 

7. Marriages, by Province 19 

Section 3. System of National Accounts 

1 . Income and Expenditure Accounts 

1.1. National Income and Gross National Product 20 

1.2. Gross National Expenditure, Current Dollars 20 

1.3. Gross National Expenditure, Constant Dollars 21 

1.4. Sources of Personal Income 21 

1.5. Disposition of Personal Income 22 

1.6. Sources and Disposition of Gross Saving 22 

1.7. Government Revenue, Expenditure, and Surplus or 

Deficit, by Level of Government 23 

1 .8. Implicit Price Indexes 27 

1.9. Relation between Gross National Product at Market 

Prices and Gross Domestic Product at Factor Cost 27 

2. Domestic Product by Industry 

2.1. Real Domestic Product by Industry of Origin, 

Quarterly 28 

2.2. Real Domestic Product by Industry of Origin, 

Monthly 29 

2.3. Industrial Production 31 

3. Financial Accounts 

3.1 . Financial Flows 36, 1 1 8 

4. Balance of International Payments 

4.1. Canadian Balance of International Payments, Current 

Account, All Countries 38 

4.2. Canadian Balance of International Payments, Current 

Account, Country Distribution 38 

4.3. Canadian Balance of International Payments, Capital 

Accounts, All Countries 39 

Section 4. Labour 

1 . Wages and Salaries, by Province 40 

2. Wages and Salaries, by Industry 41 

3. Labour Force Characteristics 42 

4. Selected Labour Force Series by Sex and Main Age 

Group 

4.1 Employed 43 

4.2 Unemployed 43 

4.3 Participation Rates 44 

4.4 Unemployment Rates 44 

5. Labour Force Regional Data 

5.1 Labour Force 45 

5.2 Employed 45 

5.3 Employed in Non-agriculture 46 

5.4 Unemployed 46 

5.5 Participation Rates 47 

5.6 Unemployment Rates 47 

6. Unemployment Insurance Statistics 48 



Page 

Section 4. Labour — Concluded 

7. Job Vacancy Survey 

7.1 Job Vacancies 49 

7.2 Job Vacancy Rates 49 

7.3 Vacancies for Full-Time Jobs 50 

7.4 Vacancies for Full-Time Jobs Unfilled for at Least 

a Month 50 

8. Time Lost in Work Stoppages 51 

9. Employment Indexes, by Industrial Division 52 

10. Employment Indexes, by Province 53 

1 1 . Employment Indexes, by Manufacturing Industry. ... 54 

12. Average Weekly Wages and Salaries, by Industrial 

Division 54 

13. Average Weekly Wages and Salaries, by Manufacturing 

Industry 55 

14. Average Weekly Wages and Salaries, by Province 55 

15. Average Hourly Earnings 56 

16. Average Weekly Hours 57 

Section 5. Prices 

1 . Industry Selling Price Indexes 58 

2. General Wholesale Price Index 61 

3. Other Price Indexes 61 

4. Consumer Price Index 62 

Section 6. Manufacturing 

1. Total Inventories, Shipments, Orders 63 

2. Manufacturing Shipments, Selected Industries 64 

3. Manufacturing Inventories, Selected Industries 66 

4. Manufacturing Shipments and Unfilled Orders by Eco- 

nomic Use Classification 68 

5. Manufacturing Inventories Owned and Raw Materials 

by Economic Use Classification 69 

6. Manufacturing Goods in Process and Finished Prod- 

ucts by Economic Use Classification 70 

7. Tobacco and Beverages 71 

8. Rubber 71 

9. Rubber Products 72 

10. Raw Hides, Skins, Finished Leather 72 

1 1 . Footwear Production 73 

12. Primary Textiles 73 

13. Production of Sawn Lumber 74 

14. Pulpwood, Wood Pulp and Newsprint 74 

1 5. Primary Iron and Steel 75 

16. New Motor Vehicles 76 

17. Refrigerators, Freezers, Washing Machines and Clothes 

Dryers 

18. Radio and Television Sets 77 

Section 7. Fuel, Power, Mining 

1 . Electric Power 78 

2. Electric Power Available, by Province 78 

3. Coal and Coke 79 

4. Crude Oil and Natural Gas 79 

5. Petroleum Products 80 

6. Metals 81 

7. Non-metallic Minerals 82 

Section 8. Construction 

1 . Building Permits, by Type 83 

2. Building Permits, by Province 83 

3. Dwelling Units Started, All Areas 84 

4. Dwelling Units Completed, All Areas 84 

5. Dwelling Units Under Construction, All Areas 84 

6. Dwelling Units Started, Centres 10,000 and Over .... 85 

7. Dwelling Units Completed, Centres 10,000 and Over 85 

8. Dwelling Units Under Construction, Centres 10,000 

and Over 86 

9. Mortgage Loans, Approvals 86 

10. Domestic Shipments of Building Materials by Canadian 

Manufacturers 87 



TABLE OF CONTENTS - Concluded 



Page 

Section 9. Food and Agriculture 

1. Farm Cash Receipts, by Source 88 

2. Farm Cash Receipts, by Province 88 

3. Farm Implement and Equipment Sales at Wholesale 

Prices, by Province 88 

4. Slaughter and Cold Storage Stocks 89 

5. Selected Agricultural Price Indexes 89 

6. Exports of Grains and Livestock Products 90 

7. Milk, Milk Products and Eggs 90 

8. Fish 91 

9. Manufactured Food 91 

10. Sugar 92 

Section 10. Domestic Trade 

1 . Value of Retail Trade 93 

2. Department Store Sales and Stocks 96 

3. Value of Wholesale Sales 96 

4. Chartered Banks' General Loans 97 

5. Retail Trade - Consumer Credit Outstanding 97 

6. Consumer Credit Balances Outstanding 98 

Section 1 1 . External Trade 

1. Merchandise Exports, Major Countries and Areas 99 

2. Merchandise Imports, Major Countries and Areas 100 



Page 
Section 1 1 . External Trade - Concluded 

3. Merchandise Exports, by Commodity 101 

4. Merchandise Imports, by Commodity 102 

Section 12. Transportation 

1. Carloadings of Revenue Freight 105 

2. Railway Operating Statistics 106 

3. Operating Statistics of Canadian Air Carriers 106 

4. Operating Statistics of Canadian Pipelines 107 

5. Snipping Traffic 107 

Section 13. Finance 

1. Bank of Canada 108 

2. Chartered Banks 109 

3. Currency and Chartered Bank Deposits 110 

4. Cheques Cashed in Clearing Centres Ill 

5. Life Insurance Sales 112 

6. Life Insurance Payments 112 

7. Security Issues and Retirements 113 

8. Security Prices 114 

9. Stock Exchange Statistics 115 

10. Government Revenues 116 

11. Government Expenditures 116 



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Section 1 1, Tables 3 and 4 - Merchandising Exports and Imports 

The external trade indexes of exports and imports have been time-rebased from 1968= 100 to 1971 = 100. For further information see 
Observations page 129. 



THE CANADIAN GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT IN CONSTANT 1971 DOLLARSi 
SOME PROBLEMS IN MEASURING PRICES AND QUANTITIES 

Jacob Ryten and Stewart Wells* 



With the publication of the Gross National Prod- 
uct estimates for the first quarter of 1975, Statistics 
Canada expressed for the first time the economy's 
output of final goods and services in terms of 1971 
dollars. Previously, calculations of "real" product had 
been expressed in terms of 1961 dollars, which in turn 
superseded 1957 dollars, and earlier still, 1949 dollars. 
Every time the year of reference or the "price base" of 
the Gross National Product has changed, data for 
previous periods have been recalculated often with the 
result that implied growth rates and structural relation- 
ships have also changed. Such changes may in some 
instances affect the perception of the economy's recent 
past, not to mention its current prospects. Why are there 
such periodic shifts in the "price base" carried out? 
What is the justification for introducing them now? 

The indexes of price and quantity of exports and 
imports were also changed. The 1968 weights used for 
the calculation of average prices were replaced by 
current weights; the current weights implicitly used for 
the calculation of quantities were replaced by 1971 
values of trade. Similar questions may be asked about 
the reasons for changing the method of calculation of 
the trade indexes. 

This article provides a bird's eye view of some of 
the effects of rebasing by comparing the latest data for 
the principal components of expenditure on the Gross 
National Product with the corresponding data expressed 
in terms of 1961 dollars. Major changes in "real" 



* Mr. Ryten is Director of the External Trade Division 
and Mr. Wells is Associate Director-General, Gross National 
Product Division. 

1 A note on the Statistics Canada major rebasing 
program was featured in the May 1975 issue of the Canadian 
Statistical Review. 



product and in the development of prices over the 
period 1971 to 1974 are highlighted. 

There is also a discussion of some of the broader 
aspects of the analysis of GNP in terms of prices 
and quantities as an attempt to provide users with the 
underlying reasons for the change and its possible 
effects. 

The table below shows the 1971 -74 cumulative 
growth rates for each of the principal components of 
Gross National Product in terms of prices and quantities. 

In general, the effects of rebasing were noticeable 
for most of the major components of expenditure on 
GNP, but not uniformly so. 

The growth rate in consumer expenditure was 
reduced by about one per cent, and by 1.4 per cent in 
gross fixed capital formation and imports of goods and 
services. Growth in government expenditure was most 
sharply reduced — by 2.8 per cent. On the other hand, 
rebasing had little impact on exports of goods and 
services. 

By and large, these effects are in line with 
theoretical predictions. Aggregate real growth rates 
between any two years (or any two quarters) tend to be 
reduced as a result of rebasing. This may not be 
intuitively obvious. It arises from the fact that constant 
dollar values are the product of quantities by base year 
prices. But prices which were relatively lower in the new 
base year give less weight to their counterpart quantities. 
And it is likely that these are the prices which, on 
balance, are associated with the faster rising quantities. 
This, in turn, will result in reducing overall growth rates. 
Further, because implicit prices are obtained as the ratio 



TABLE 1. GNP's Prices and Quantities based on 1961 and 1971 Dollars: A Comparison of Growth Rates 1971-741 





"Real" GNP 


Implicit price deflator 




1961 


1971 


1961 


1971 


Personal expenditure on consumer goods and services 
Gross fixed capital formation 


20.3 
18.0 
24.9 

14.7 

37.5 

14.8 


per 

19.2 
15.2 
23.5 
14.2 
36.1 

14.1 


cent 

22.0 
24.9 
26.8 
49.7 
33.2 

27.7 


23.2 
27.9 
28.2 


Exports of goods and services 


50.4 


Imports of goods and services 


34.6 


Gross National Expenditure 2 


28.6 







1 Calculated on the basis of the same raw data. 

2 Excluding the residual error and the value of physical change in inventories. 



of current dollar to constant dollar aggregates, lower real 
growth rates carry with them equivalent higher rates of 
price increase. Unfortunately, much more than this 
cannot be said in advance, since there are both compen- 
sating and cumulating changes at the fine level of detail 
at which the rebasing process is carried out. On the other 
hand, a more fundamental discussion of what GNP is, 
how it is analysed into prices and quantities, and what 
problems surround such an analysis, may be of help to 
users of the data interested in evaluating the recent 
revisions. 

In most countries today, there is a commonly 
adopted measure of aggregate economic performance, 
common in the conceptual sense as well as in the 
narrower sense of being compiled according to pro- 
cedures laid down by international statistical agencies 2 
with the agreement of their member countries. This 
measure is the sum of the values of all final goods and 
services produced by the national economy in the course 
of a given period of time, and is known as the Gross 
National Product (GNP) of a country. In turn, the GNP 
is part of a wider framework known as the country's 
System of National Accounts (SNA). Estimates of GNP 
are comparatively recent. They seldom predate the 
Second World War, but their adoption is now almost 
universal. 3 Their dominance is such that in many 
countries, or at least those with advanced statistical 
systems, the majority of other economic statistics are 
compiled with regard to their place in the national 
accounting framework. 4 

The System of National Accounts is widely used 
to summarize structural relations in an economy and to 
measure changes in its performance over time. Both 
purposes require the statistical separation of the value of 
goods and services produced into price and quantity 
components, a task which is not always understood by 
even the more experienced users of the national ac- 
counts. 

Within the SNA, value is defined to be equal to the 
product of price and quantity, but this superficially 
simple identity conceals numerous conceptual and 
methodological difficulties. For instance, values can be 
aggregated in a straightforward fashion, but quantities 
cannot. Values are measured in dollars, while quantities 
are expressed in different physical units which have to 
be converted into some common denominator before 
aggregation. Individual prices cannot be unambiguously 



2 The original United Nations System of National 
Accounts and Supporting Tables (SNA) was first published in 
1953. 

3 In Canada, the first annual estimates of a balancing set 
of National Income and Expenditure Accounts were published at 
the end of 1945. Measures of National Income alone though are 
older (cf. R.H. Coats, "National Wealth and Income of Canada", 
Monetary Times, January 3, 1919). 

4 Countries with centrally planned economies express 
their aggregate accounts in terms of Material Product Balances, a 
system which is conceptually different from the SNA. 



averaged. Average price, and more importantly perhaps, 
change in average price, is a concept which is only 
meaningful when some measure of relative importance is 
attached to each price entering the calculation. Finally, 
since prices and quantities are interdependent, apparent 
changes in one can hardly be interpreted in isolation 
from their effect on the other. 



These difficulties, the lack of independence 
between the two variables, the need to find a common 
denominator to aggregate quantities, and the need to 
define how prices ought to be averaged, contribute in 
like proportions to the ambiguities in the analysis of 
price and quantity change. In practice, several conven- 
tions make it possible to carry out the analysis, but 
while most of them may be sensible, all of them are 
arbitrary. 

The Canadian National Accounts are expressed 
initially in value terms, that is to say, the quantities of 
goods and services currently produced are aggregated by 
means of current prices. They are then expressed in 
terms of quantities aggregated by means of the prices 
that prevailed at a past reference period. The ratio 
between these two measures is a measure of the price 
change that took place between the reference period and 
the period under review. In Canada, the reference period 
has just been changed from 1961 to 1971. And while 
these years were chosen for sensible reasons, in a strictly 
theoretical sense the choices were arbitrary. 



Any other time frame could have been chosen 
instead and its relevant prices applied to all measures of 
goods and services. Suppose that in any period, there are 

measures qj (i = 1 n) where qj represents the 

physical output of a final good or a service. 5 For 
example, in the period under review, so many tons of 
steel were produced, so many kilowatt-hours of elec- 
tricity were generated, or so many bushels of wheat were 
harvested. To compute the total value of production, qj 
must be multiplied by an appropriate price, p;, assuming 
that steel, electricity, and wheat are well-defined com- 
modities and each has its own price. The national 
product is calculated as the sum 2qjPj and if the pfs are 
held constant, the ratio Eqj pj where t and o are time 

Sc l>o Pio 
periods, reflects the change in the qj's. 

Of course, this is not strictly true because the q's 
and p's interact and the q's would not have been what 
they are if prices had stayed constant. Assuming that the 
change in the pattern of quantities produced that takes 
place because of price change is relatively insignificant, 



s For simplicity, it is assumed that services are measur- 
able in some physical sense, for example, the number of 
concerts or haircuts provided per time period, and that there are 
no changes over time in the quality of either goods or services. 



the ratio is a sensible approximation to a measure of 
variation in the output of goods and services. But the 
point to bear in mind is that the calculation is possible for 
any time period chosen for the pj's; a relative measure of 
change could be derived had the choice been pj. rather 
thanp io . 



However, the choice of a time period for the set of 
reference prices may have an influence on the ratio 
defined above. If output in year o and in year t were 
valued at the prices of year k, the ratio would be 
different for different patterns of prices in years k and o. 
A simple example of this is shown in Table 2. 



TABLE 2. Differences in Volume Comparisons using Two Sets of Reference Prices: A Hypothetical Example 



Period 



Quantities produced 



Reference prices 
dollars per unit 



Values at alternative prices 



Po^o 



p Q qt 



PkQo 



Pk<lt 



Commodities: 
Steel (tons) . . . 
Electricity (kwh.) 
Wheat (bushels) . 
All quantities . . 



1 
100 

5 



2.5 

100.0 

2.5 



.1 

.001 

.02 



.2 

.0005 

.02 



.25 
.1 
.05 
.4 



.2 
.05 
.1 
.35 



.5 
.05 
.05 
.6 



Ratio 



sp Q qt 
2 p qo 



1.33 



Ratio 



SPkqt 

£ Pkq Q 



1.71 



The import of this may be seen from two other 
examples. In the first, imagine that while identical prices 
prevail in Ottawa and in Vancouver, average expenditure 
patterns are different. A comparison of the average price 
level could produce contradictory results if it were 
successively calculated on the basis of Ottawa, 
Vancouver, or of some third location's pattern of 
consumer expenditure. 

In the second example, prices are different in 
Ottawa and Vancouver. Imagine a consumer with a given 
nominal income attempting to determine where his 
expenditure could be optimized in terms of command 
over real goods and services. Assume that Ottawa and 
Vancouver are opposite extremes of a broad spectrum of 
consumer expenditure patterns. It is reasonably safe to 
suggest that for a given nominal expenditure, more 
goods and services can be purchased in Vancouver 
relative to Ottawa, the more the allocation of the 
expenditure approximates that which is typical in 
Vancouver. The converse is likely, the more the alloca- 
tion of expenditure resembles what is typical in Ottawa. 

Debate among economists and statisticians on the 
properties of the average best suited to yield unbiased 
results when comparing two periods has gone on for 
many years. The technique for carrying out these 
comparisons is at least two centuries old and known as 
the calculation of index numbers. 6 The use of these 



6 One early record of the definition of index numbers 
dates from 1798 (cf. Sir George Evelyn, Philosophical Transac- 
tions of the Royal Society). An earlier record attributes them to 
one Gian-Rinaldo Carli who, around the middle of the 18th 
century, proposed to calculate the change in the price of a few 
commodities as the unweighted average of their price relatives. 



numbers in economics was initially viewed with a 
marked degree of skepticism. 7 Indeed, it was not until 
the end of the 19th century that professional economists 
began to make extensive use of statistics expressed as 
index numbers and to contribute to the literature on the 
theoretical formulations of indexes. The latter assumed 
considerable importance as certain branches of theo- 
retical economics became more sharply defined and 
nowhere was this more apparent than in the context of 
the quantity theory of money and of the theory of 
consumer demand. Consumer demand theory predicts 
that under certain conditions, there will be a shift away 
from' commodities whose price has become relatively 
higher. Accordingly, an index number calculated on the 
basis of expenditures in the past reference period will 
tend to "overstate" the average increase in prices to the 
extent that consumers have re-allocated their expendi- 
tures away from the commodities with the faster rising 
prices, and in favour of those with the slower rising 
prices. Conversely, an index number calculated on the 
basis of today's expenditures will "understate" the price 
change from past periods by failing to attribute to those 
periods the original importance of commodities from 
which the consumer moved away. 

These two alternative ways of calculating index 
numbers 8 constitute upper and lower bounds to the 



7 ". . . few theorists (1790 to 1870) took kindly to it 
(the method of index numbers). Wheatley was the first one to do 
so. . . Most of the rest, up to and including J.S. Mill, distrusted it 
or even did not grasp its possibilities. . ." J. A. Schumpeter, 
History of Economic Analysis, Allen and Unwin, 1954. 

8 They are commonly referred to by the names of their 
inventors: Etienne Laspeyres (base-weighted, 1869) and 
Hermann Paasche (current-weighted, 1874). 



(continued on page 124) 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Jillions of Dollars* 

Gross National Product 



(Ratio Scale) 




90 



80 



70 



60 
34 

32 
30 



Personal Expenditure on 
Consumer Goods and Services 


i ' 

Q Current Dollars ^^^^^ 


^jx^ 


< ^-^"'Q) 1971 Dollars | - 

— i — 1 T" i i i i i i i 



— Business Gross Fixed 

— Capital Formation 




.++ 01971 Dollars 
, 8 I I I i I I I I I 

Implicit Price Indexes, 1971=100 




1 
II I 



~H ra CT H 



© 



I I II B 



Percentage Change 

\* 



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H 



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ft ra H B 


2jn ». n iea 




M ' 





fi=l 


i 


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nil ii 






Implicit Price Indexes, 1971=100 



I973 
*At Annual Rates 



I 974 



I 975 



d 




wp 


mil m 




n nn 









■ H 




I 975 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 

Real Domestic Product by Industry, Volume Indexes, Quarterly, 1961=100 



Indexes 1961=100 
240 



220 — O Real Domestic Product 



200 



I80 



^ 



240 

Q Service Producing Industries 

220 — 1 



200 



(Ratio Scale) 



Percentage Change 







-4 



^ 




240 — Q Index of Industrial Production 
(Monthly) 

220 
200 




4-0 ! — 

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!■ I" |i! 



I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I _ 4 

Canadian Balance of International Payments 



Millions of Dollars, Quarter 

200 ^^»_ 

Q Current Account Balance 



(Arithmetic Scale) 




Percentage Change 
g^ Current 



■ " ■■ 




n u 



I973 



I974 



I975 



I973 



I 974 



I 975 



Millions of Dollars 



8,000 



Selected Economic Indicators 



(Ratio Scale) 




I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 
Wages and Salaries 



1,800 

1,600 — Q Manufacturing 

1,400 

1,200 

600 




1,000 



1,800 

1,600 — Services 

1,400 

1,200 

Labour Force Survey 

Thousands of Persons 

1 2,000 ^h 

— © Labour Force 
10,000 



8,000 



10,000 — © Employed 



8,000 
800 



700 — O Unaniployed 
600 



500 




400 I M I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 




4 I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 
1 973 I 974 I 975 



Seasonally Adjusted 

Percentage Change 



1 1 

1 ! ! 


a '! 




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2 





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Labour Force Survey 

Percentage Change 



2 © 








llli.l l-la- 


1. .- ll _.■!__■ ll 




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2 




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ill--! 1 la. 


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9 





1973 



1974 



1975 



10 



Indexes 1961=100 
1 70 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 

Employment Indexes, 1961=100 

Ratio Scale) Percentage Change 

: © i 




240 



220 



200 



Dollars per Hour 
5.6 



5.2 



4.8 



4.4 



4.0 



I I 




fv Average Hourly Earnings 


^^ in Manufacturing ^S 


S^f 


jS 


yS 


Jr*s 


~s^ 


"fii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 



3.6 

Hours 

44 | 

g\ Average Weekly Hours 




36 I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II 

I973 I974 I975 



llll.ll, 



lifc 



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F^h: 



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-3 
3 
2 



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-3 

4 

3 

2 



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-3 

4 

3 

2 



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4 
3 
2 
I 


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6 
5 
4 
3 
2 
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3 
2 
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-3 



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i 



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I 



1973 



1974 



1975 



11 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Ratio 
2.4 



(Ratio Scale) 



_ *v Ratio of Manufacturing Inventories 
2.0 — 5?. Owned to Shipments 



1.6 




I I I I I II I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 
Thousands of Units 

— Q- New Passenger Car Sales 




50 I I I II I I I I I II I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I 
Millions of Dollars 



1,100 — ©-Value of Building Permits - 



900 



700 




50 I M I I I I I II I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I 
Thousands of Units 

280 — yrNew Dwelling Units Started 

— V| 

220 -s^ 




2,000 



1,400 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 
1973 



I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I 
1974 1975 



Percentage Change 
30 

-© 

20 



10 



-10 

-20 

-30 

30 

20 

10 



-10 

-20 

-30 
30 

20 

10 



-10 

-20 

10 



20 

10 



-10 



I+Fr 



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20 

10 



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XI 



1973 



1974 



1975 



12 



Selected Economic Indicators 



(Adjusted for Seasonality) 



(Adjusted for Seasonality) 






Millions of Tons 

26 — O Ra " Revenue Freight Loaded 

22 



(Ratio Scale) 




14 



I I I I I 1*1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I II I 




' -^ Govt, of Canada Average Bond Yield 
" (10 years and Over) 




I II I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 

Billions of Dollars 

_ ^v Consumer Credit 
' ° " (Total Monthly Reporters) 




ii i it 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in r 

Price Indexes 

Indexes 1961 = 100 (Not Adjusted for Seasonality) 
220 

— Consumer Price Index, Total 

ISO-©" 




220 



I 40 
220 
I 80 



I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I II 



I40-O 




Index of Industrial 
Common Stock Prices 



, 00 I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I 

220 j^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M^^^^^^M 

_ ! 

. _ n __£) Industry Selling Price Index 
1 BU V (Gross Weighted Total) 

140 

"I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I J I I I I I I I I I 
1973 1974 1975 



Percentage Change 
1 5 *v 40.8% 



12 

9 

6 

3 



-3 

-6 

-9 

6 

3 



-3 

6 

3 



-3 

6 

3 



-3 

6 

3 



-3 

15 

12 

9 

6 

3 



-3 

-6 

-9 

-12 

6 

3 



-3 



II 



f^ 



29.4% 



F 



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td 



14.5% 



1 1 1.5% 



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1973 



1974 



1975 



13 



SECTION 


1 




















August, 1975 








SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS - 


ANALYTICAL SUMMARY' 














persona 


expenditure 






imp 


icit price ind 


exes 2 










personal 




years. 






on consumer qoods 


tota 


gross 


qross 


expend- 




real domestic product 


quarters 


qross nat 


ional product 2 


and 


services 


fixed capital formation 1 national 


iture on 


total 




indexes 


ana months 
















con sumer 


qross fixed 
copital 








current 


1971 


current 


1971 


current 


1971 


1971 


qoods ond 




manu- 




dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dol lars 


dollars 


services 


formation 


total 


facturing 


Section/ 
























Table 


S3/T1.1 


S3/T1.3 


S3 'T 1.2 


S3/T1.3 


S3/T1.2 


S3/T1.3 


S3/T1.8 


S3/T1.8 


S3/T1.8 


S3/T2. 1 


S3/T2. 1 




( 




$000, 


000 




) 


( 1971-100 


) 


( 1961 


-100 ) 


1946 


11,885 


20,493 


8,012 


13,304 


1,445 


2,648 


58.0 


60.2 


54.6 


52.5 


50.7 


1958 


34,777 


36,098 


22,845 


23,470 


7,138 


7,332 


96.3 


97.3 


97.4 


91.0 


88.0 


1961 


39,646 


39,646 


25,930 


25,930 


6,718 


6,718 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


1962 


42,927 


42,349 


27,452 


27,086 


6,982 


6,895 


101.4 


101.4 


101.3 


107.0 


109.3 


1963 


45,978 


44,531 


29,225 


28,408 


7,571 


7,282 


103.2 


102.9 


104.0 


113.2 


116.7 


1964 


50,280 


47,519 


31,389 


30,121 


9,182 


8,528 


105.8 


104.2 


107.7 


121.3 


127.9 


1965 


55,364 


50,685 


33,947 


31,950 


10,739 


9,499 


109.2 


106.3 


113.1 


130.0 


139.5 


1966 


61,828 


54,207 


36,890 


33,619 


12,520 


10,542 


114.1 


109.7 


118.8 


139.4 


149.3 


1967 


66,409 


56,016 


39,972 


35,221 


12,674 


10,417 


118.6 


113.5 


121.7 


144.1 


153.3 


1968 


72,586 


59,292 


43,704 


36,966 


12,771 


10,415 


122.4 


118.2 


122.6 


152.5 


163.6 


1969 


79,815 


62,448 


47,492 


38,672 


14, 177 


1 1 , 1 05 


127.8 


122.8 


127.7 


161.6 


175.4 


1970 


85,685 


64,014 


50,327 


39,571 


14,842 


11, 159 


133.8 


127.2 


133.4 


165.6 


173.0 


1971 


93,462 


93,462 


54,468 


54,468 


16,640 


16,640 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


175.4 


183.3 


1972 


103,952 


99, 064 


60,580 


58,083 


18,540 


17,841 


104.9 


104.3 


104.1 


184.5 


195.8 


1973 


120,438 


105,912 


69,367 


62,461 


22,682 


20, 129 


113.7 


111.1 


113.0 


197.2 


211.8 


1974 


140,880 


1 08, 862 


79,910 


65,664 


27,552 


21,145 


129.4 


122.8 


130.7 


204.4 


217.4 












percentage chanqe from 


previous quarte 


r 








1971-3 


3.1 


2.6 


2.6 


1.8 


3.9 


2.9 


0.5 


0.7 


0.9 


2.1 


2.6 


4 


2.5 


0.9 


2.5 


1.6 


3.3 


2.1 


1.6 


1.0 


1.3 


1.1 


1.2 


1972-1 


1.9 


0.7 


2.0 


0.8 


1.7 


0.8 


1.2 


1.2 


0.9 


0.5 


1.5 


2 


3.7 


2.8 


3.3 


2.2 


4.1 


3.4 


0.9 


1.0 


0.7 


1.7 


1.8 


3 


1.7 


0.3 


2.5 


1.4 


1.1 


0.2 


1.4 


1.1 


1.2 


0.7 


0.4 


4 


3.8 


2.0 


3.5 


2.1 


-0.1 


-1.4 


1.8 


1.4 


1.3 


2.8 


3.4 


1973-1 


4.7 


2.7 


4.3 


2.9 


9.0 


6.6 


1.9 


1.4 


2.4 


3.0 


4.2 


2 


3.1 


0.8 


2.7 


0.6 


7.7 


4.6 


2.3 


2.0 


2.8 


0.8 


0.7 


3 


4.1 


1.3 


3.4 


1.3 


4.8 


2.5 


2.8 


2.1 


2.3 


-0.4 


-0.8 


4 


5.1 


1.8 


3.9 


2.0 


8.2 


4.8 


3.2 


1.9 


3.3 


2.5 


2.7 


1974-1 


4.6 


0.9 


3.8 


1.3 


6.6 


2.1 


3.7 


2.5 


4.2 


2.0 


3.2 


2 


3.2 


-0.3 


3.7 


0.6 


2.5 


-2.2 


3.5 


3.1 


5.1 


0.1 


-1.5 


3 


4.2 


0.0 


3.9 


0.9 


1.9 


-2.1 


4.2 


3.0 


3.9 


-0.2 


-1.0 


4 


1.2 


-0.2 


2.0 


-1.5 


1.9 


-0.8 


1.4 


3.6 


2.8 


-0.8 


-1.8 



1975-1 



0.3 



-1.4 



3.4 



1.4 



3.4 



1.2 



1.7 



1.9 



1.8 



-0.7, 



-2.9r 



'Information in this Section is selected from the sections and tables of the Review; for example. Section 3, Table 1. 1 is identified as S3/T1. 1. 'Annual 

data from 1 946 to 1 970 are in 1 961 constant dollars or based on 1 961 - 1 00 

*Actual data 

Note: Percentage changes are based on seasonally adjusted data unless otherwise indicated. Monthly and quarterly series ond their CANSIM identifiers 
appear in Sections and Tables identified at the head of the data columns. 



14 



August, 1975 SECTION 1 - Continued 

SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS - ANALYTICAL SUMMARY 



balance of international payments 

real domestic product indexes wages and salaries years, 

total total current total quarters 

con- industrial current current account labour manu- con- ond months 

struction trade services production receipts payments balance income fucturing struction trade services 



Section/ 
S3/T2.1 S3/T2.1 S3/T2.1 S3/T2.3 S3/T4. 1 S3/T4. 1 S3/T4. 1 S4/T2 S4/T2 S4/T2 S4/T2 S4/T2 Table 

'( 1961 - 100 j ( $000, 000 ) 

35.5 52.5 56.6 44.7 3,365 3,002 363 5,487 1,770 283 730 641 1946 

103.7 91.3 88.2 86.7 6,500 7,637 -1,137 17,435 5,291 1,366 2,339 2,452 1958 

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 7,904 8,832 -928 20,399 5,829 1,493 2,754 3,424 1961 
105.6 106.1 105.2 108.5 8,548 9,378 -830 21,816 6,232 1,614 2,970 3,758 1962 

107.1 111.2 111.6 115.6 9,416 9,937 -521 23,262 6,640 1,693 3,184 4,099 1963 
117.4 119.5 119.9 127.0 10,887 11,311 -424 25,367 7,239 1,890 3,431 4,567 1964 

131.6 129.4 129.6 137.6 11,648 12,778 -1,130 28,201 7,997 2,262 3,739 5,138 1965 

141.7 137.6 139.9 146.5 13,600 14,814 -1,162 31,878 8,990 2,686 4,098 5,909 1966 

141.2 144.7 150.6 151.5 15,303 15,802 -449 35,303 9,530 2,833 4,493 6,973 1967 

147.4 150.6 160.5 161.9 17,464 17,561 -97 38,444 10,157 2,899 4,914 7,918 1968 
152.1 158.3 172.0 172.6 19,425 20,342 -917 43,064 11,088 3,243 5,550 9,133 1969 
150.6 160.0 179.4 175.3 21,932 20,826 1,106 46,742 11,592 3,437 6,055 10,374 1970 

165.6 170.6 187.6 185.5 23,062 22,620 442 51,332 12,426 3,924 6,562 11,589 1971 

166.5 182.6 194.8 198.3 25,409 25,880 -471 56,976 13,613 4,292 7,465 12,859 1972 
178.0 192.5 202.7 214.8 31,725 31,707 18 64,961 r 15,336r 5,146r 8,449 r 14,187 1973 

177.6 201.3 213.2 220.3 39,815 41,458 -1,643 75,969 17,503 5,926 9,965 16,595 1974 

percentage change from previous quarter 
(*) 
1.5 0.9 1.0 2.8 4.5 5.7 106 2.5 2.2 

-0.1 2.9 0.3 1.0 -0.2 6.2 -265 2.0 1.6 

-2.0 0.6 1.4 1.9 0.4 - 1.3 -156 2.9 2.7 

1.8 2.8 0.3 1.6 6.8 4.5 -25 2.3 3.6 
0.8 0.5 1.6 -0.1 -0.8 2.6 -247 3.0 2.6 

-1.5 1.5 1.0 4.8 11.2 7.6 -43 4.3 3.5 

5.1 4.0 1.1 3.1 8.1 6.6 56 3.4 3.4 

2.9 -0.5 0.6 1.2 2.9 1.5 163 2.7 2.7 
-0.1 -0.9 0.7 -0.6 1.5 5.0 - 97 1.9 1.8 

1.0 1.0 1.9 2.4 10.1 10.1 -104 4.5 4.6 

2.1 4.6 2.0 2.4 8.4 7.2 - 9 4.5 3.3 
-2.0 1.5 0.8 -0.9 3.6 4.9 -134 3.3 3.3 
-2.3 0.0 0.9 -1.2 7.1 10.8 -502 5.9 3.9 
-2.2 -4.5 0.9 -1.2 -0.4 4.2 -998 4.1 2.4 

-3.2r 0.5 0.3, -2.8, -4.5 0.5 -1,529 1.5 0.1 0.3 3.8 2.2 1-1975 

percentage change from previous month 

1.3 
0.0 
-2.8 
1.7 
1.8 
0.8 
0.0 

1.3 

1.0 

0.4 
-1.1 
-0.6 

0.3 
-0.9 
-0.1 
-0.4 

0.0 
-1.0 
-0.6 

-2.4 
1.0 
-0.5, 
-0.2, 
-0.5 



4.8 


3.2 


1.1 


2.7 


1.4 


2.8 


2.9 


3.7 


3.1 


2.6 


3.0 


4.0 


4.3 


3.2 


2.5 


3.1 


0.4 


3.2 


3.8 


3.6 


6.4 


4.6 


■3.1 


4.9 


0.0 


5.5 


7.1 


2.8 



2.0 
1.6 


3-1971 
4 


2.9 
1.6 
3.4 
4.0 


1 -1 972 

2 
3 

4 


2.6 
0.1 
2.7 
3.7 


1-1973 
2 
3 
4 


3.6 
4.9 
8.0 
1.8 


1 -1 974 
2 

3 
4 



0.8 


1.4 


-1.1 


0.9 


0.8 


J-1973 


0.3 


0.6 


-0.8 


1.0 


0.8 


J 


0.2 


-0.6 


1.9 


1.3 


0.8 


A 


2.2 


1.6 


2.5 


1.3 


1.8 


S 


1.7 


2.2 


0.7 


1.4 


1.1 


O 


1.2 


1.6 


1.7 


1.2 


1.2 


N 


1.0 


1.5 


-1.2 


0.3 


0.8 


D 


2.1 


1.2 


6.4 


3.0 


1.3 


J-1974 


0.8 


0.0c 


0.3 


0.8 


1.3 


F 


2.1 


1.7 


0.2 


1.3 


1.4 


M 


0.2 


1.4 


-2.7 


1.6 


1.7 


A 


1.9 


0.9 


-0.3 


2.1 


2.1 


M 


0.7 


-0.6 


-1.3 


2.2 


1.2 


J 


2.6 


2.3 


8.0 


2.2 


0.8 


J 


2.0 


0.4 


2.1 


1.0 


6.7 


A 


2.4 


1.6 


4.4 


1.2 


3.2 


S 


■0.2 


0.6 


2.6 


1.0 


-6.1 





1.1 


0.7 


1.1 


0.2 


0.7 


N 


4.1 


0.4 


0.3 


1.4 


10.4 


D 


•2.0 


-0.5 


-0.4 


2.2 


-0.5 


J-1975 


0.3 


0.0 


0.7 


0.7 


0.3 


F 


1.0 


0.4 


-0.9 


0.6 


1.1 


M 


0.9r 


1.5, 


0.6, 


0.8, 


1.3r 


A 


1.3 


1.1 


0.2 


0.8 


2.0 


M 



15 



SECTION 1 - C 


ont inued 
























Au 


gust, 1975 










SELECTED 


ECONOMIC 


INDICATORS - 


ANALYTICAL SUMMARY 


































ratio of 






new 


























manu- 






dwel ling 


yeors 




















average 


average 


facturing 






units 


quarters 




labou 


' force 






emp 


oyment indexes 




hourly 


weekly 


inven- 


new 




started 


and 




















earnings 
in 


hours 


tories 


passen- 
ger 




(centres 


months 








unem- 


industrial 








in 


owned 


building 


of 1 0, 000 








unem- 


ployment 


com- 


manu- 


con- 






manu- 


manu- 


to ship- 


car 


permits 


and 




total 


employed 


ployed 


rate 


posite 


facturing 


struction 


trade 


services 


facturing 


facturing 


ments 


sales 


total 


over) 


Section,' 
Table 


S4 T3 


S4 T3 


S4 T3 


S4 T3 


S4 T9 


S4 T9 


S4T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T15 


S4/T16 


S6/T1 


S6/T16 


S8/T1 


S8 'T6 




( 


000 s of pe 


rsons 


) 


( 


1961 - 100 


) 


$ 






un its 


$000,000 




1946 
































1958 
























2.24 


376.7 


2,356.8 


121,695 


1961 


6,521 


6, 055 


466 


7.1 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


1.83 


40.6 


2.28 


437.3 


2,244.3 


92,741 


1962 


6,615 


6,225 


390 


5.9 


102.2 


103.8 


101.1 


101.2 


101.7 


1.88 


40.7 


2.18 


502.6 


2,516.6 


102,008 


1963 


6,748 


6,375 


374 


5.5 


104.4 


106.1 


100.0 


103.5 


106.1 


1.95 


40.8 


1.94 


557.8 


2,823.2 


118,512 


1964 


6,933 


6,609 


324 


4.7 


108.2 


111.1 


104.1 


108.1 


114.7 


2.02 


41 . 


2.08 


616.8 


3,267.6 


133,562 


1965 


7, 141 


6,862 


280 


3.9 


114.3 


117.2 


118.4 


114.3 


125.9 


2.12 


41 . 1 


2.01 


708.7 


3,809.6 


135,218 


1966 


7,420 


7, 152 


267 


3.6 


120.7 


123.5 


128.9 


123.7 


139.1 


2.25 


40.8 


2.05 


694.8 


3,715.1 


108,329 


1967 


7,694 


7,379 


315 


4.1 


122.6 


123.2 


122.5 


125.8 


153.4 


2.40 


40.3 


2.13 


679.4 


4,067.8 


131,858 


1968 


7,919 


7,537 


382 


4.8 


122.7 


122.1 


1 19.4 


129.4 


157.9 


2.58 


40.3 


2.00 


741 .9 


4,775.7 


162,267 


1969 


8, 162 


7,780 


382 


4.7 


126.9 


125.2 


119. 1 


136.6 


171.8 


2.79 


40.0 


1.98 


760.8 


4,895.6 


169,739 


1970 


8,374 


7, 879 


495 


5.9 


127.1 


122.8 


1 13. 9 


139.3 


178.5 


3.01 


39.7 


2.12 


640.4 


4,700.2 


150,999 


1971 


8,631 


8, 079 


552 


6.4 


127.8 


121.6 


115.5 


140.3 


186.4 


3.28 


39.7 


1.96 


774.0 


5,711.6 


180,948 


1972 


8,891 


8,329 


562 


6.3 


129.9 


123.7 


109.7 


146.2 


193.5 


3.54 


40.0 


1.92 


853.5 


6,463.6 


2 06,954 


1973 


9,279 


8,759 


520 


5.6 


135.9 


129.9 


109.9 


155.3 


- 206.1 


3.85 


39.6 


1.81 


970.8 


8,558.9 


211,543 


1974 


9,662 


9,137 


525 


5.4 


142.8 


133.9 


117.1 


165.7 


224.0 


4.37 


38.9 


1.93 


943.1 


9,288.4 


169,437 














percenta g 


e change 


from previous quo 


rter 




r* \ 








1971-4 


1 .1 


1.2 


-0.6 


-1.5 


-0.4 


-0.3 


-3.1 


0.4 


-1.2 


1.5 


0.8 


( ) 
1.92 


5.9 


1. 1 


- 1.2 


1972-1 


0.3 


0.5 


-2.1 


-2.6 


0.8 


0.6 


-1.7 


1.8 


2.6 


1.9 


-0.4 


1.90 


-5.4 


8.4 


17.7 


2 


0.5 


0.3 


3.6 


3.3 


0.6 


0.4 


-0.9 


1.3 


0.9 


1.8 


0.3 


1.87 


7.7 


0.5 


- 2.8 


3 


1 .2 


0.9 


5.8 


4.3 


0.2 


0.9 


-0.3 


0.3 


0.0 


2. 1 


0.2 


1.91 


-2.2 


2.6 


- 2.5 


4 


0.6 


0.7 


-0.5 


-1 .0 


1.3 


0.9 


-2.1 


1.8 


1 . 1 


2.2 


0.2 


1.83 


11.0 


2.5 


- 6.6 


1973-1 


1.7 


2.3 


-7. 1 


-8.7 


1.5 


1.6 


0.3 


2.2 


2.5 


2.0 


0.2 


1.80 


11.5 


19.7 


11.7 


2 


1.4 


1.9 


-5.9 


-7.3 


1.4 


1.4 


1.2 


1.1 


1.8 


2.3 


-1.4 


1.81 


-6.2 


- 0.2 


1.5 


3 


0.0 


0.0 


0.2 


0.6 


0.0 


1.1 


1.0 


1.2 


1.0 


2.4 


-0.8 


1.84 


-1.8 


9.0 


- 1.4 


4 


1.3 


1.3 


0.6 


-0.6 


3.0 


1 .7 


3.4 


2.5 


3.9 


2.6 


0.7 


1.78 


-4.0 


10.9 


- 8.7 


1974-1 


1.4 


1 .4 


1.4 


-0.6 


1.8 


1.1 


2.7 


2.5 


3.2 


2.4 


0.0 


1.80 


8.9 


2.5 


12./ 


2 


0.6 


0.8 


-2.0 


-2.4 


0.4 


0.3 


-2.7 


0.7 


0.9 


3.7 


-1 . 1 


1.89 


-3.4 


1.0 


- 9.3 


3 


1.4 


1.3 


2.1 


0.6 


0.3 


-0.3 


3.6 


1.6 


-0.3 


5.7 


-0.8 


1.95 


8.2 


-9.3 


-22.7 


4 


0.9 


0.6 


5.6 


5.0 


0.8 


-1.2 


3.0 


0.2 


3.6 


4.1 


-0.3 


2.04 


-23.7 


-11.0 


-22.8 


1975-1 


1.1 


-0.2 


24.3 


23.2 


-1.7 r 


-3.8 


-2.4 , 


0.3 


-1.1 r 


3.4r 


0.1 r 


2. 19 


16.4 


10. Or 


- 1.7 


2 


0.8 


0.5 


5.3 


3.9 

























percentage change from previous month 



1973-J 


0.7 


0.7 


1 .0 


0.0 


0.6 


0.7 


-0.7 


0.1 


0.2 


0.8 


-0.5 


1.83 


8.3 


- 8.4 


1.3 


J 


-1.0 


-1.0 


-1 .1 


0.0 


0.5 


1.6 


0.7 


0.5 


0.2 


1.0 


-1.0 


1.79 


- 3.5 


11.4 


6.0 


A 


0.8 


0.7 


1.6 


1.9 


-2.7 


-1.5 


0.4 


0.5 


0.0 


-0.2 


0. 


1.89 


3.3 


6.3 


- 8.1 


S 


0. 1 


0.0 


3.2 


1.8 


2.9 


0.3 


0.5 


1.0 


0.8 


1.8 


0.5 


1.83 


- 0.4 


- 8.0 


- 3.2 


O 


0.6 


0.7 


-0.5 


0.0 


1.2 


1.5 


0.6 


1.0 


1.8 


1.3 


0.0 


1.78 


- 6.7 


3.7 


- 0.4 


N 


0.4 


0.5 


-1.7 


-3.5 


0.7 


0.2 


2.0 


0.6 


0.9 


0.0 


0.5 


1.77 


5.2 


15.9 


- 6.7 


D 


0.2 


0.3 


-0.7 


0.0 


1.1 


1.0 


2.8 


0.8 


2.5 


0.5 


0.0 


1.80 


- 3.7 


0.6 


3.5 


1974 -J 


0.9 


0.8 


2.0 


0.0 


0.9 


0.4 


0.2 


1.7 


1.0 


1.2 


0.3 


1.77 


22.7 


- 9.1 


20.9 


F 


0.3 


0.2 


1.5 


1.9 


0.0 


-0.2 


0.0 


0.4 


0.1 


0.5 


-0.7 


1.79 


-11.4 


2.3 


-12.5 


M 


0.1 


0.2 


-1.3 


-1.8 


0.1 


0.3 


0.0 


-0.4 


0.4 


1.5 


0.0 


1.84 


- 9.4 


16.7 


5.6 


A 


0.5 


0.4 


0.8 


0.0 


0.2 


0.1 


-1.8 


0.3 


-0.2 


1.2 


-1.2 


1.88 


1.4 


-11.6 


-13.3 


M 


0.2 


0.0 


2.3 


3.7 


0.1 


0.0 


-1.3 


0.5 


1. 1 


1.7 


1.5 


1.86 


11.1 


21.6 


11.2 


J 


-0.2 


0.4 


-11.6 


-12.5 


0.4 


0.1 


0.1 


0.5 


0.2 


0.7 


-2.0 


1.93 


- 2.5 


-28.8 


- 4.9 


J 


0.8 


0.5 


7.2 


6.1 


0.7 


0.9 


2.9 


0.5 


-0.9 


3.0 


0.5 


1.92 


6.9 


1.3 


-16.7 


A 


1.1 


1.0 


3.2 


1.9 


-1.3 


-1.9 


1.4 


0.1 


-0.6 


1.6 


-0.5 


1.95 


10.8 


7.6 


- 5.9 


S 


-0.1 


-0.2 


1.9 


3.8 


0.7 


-0.1 


0.3 


1.3 


1.8 


1.6 


-0.5 


1.98 


-20.8 


3.1 


-10.5 





0.1 


0.3 


-2.2 


-3.6 


0.8 


0.2 


0.5 


-0.2 


2.1 


2.0 


0.5 


1.99 


- 9.4 


- 7.9 


-13.3 


N 


0.4 


0.3 


3.3 


3.8 


0.0 


-0.7 


1.5 


-0.8 


0.7 


0.9 


-0.2 


2.03 


- 8.0 


-10.1 


- 4.5 


D 


0.6 


0.0 


9.9 


9.1 


0.1 


-0.8 


2.4 


0.8 


-0.1 


-0.2 


-0.5 


2.10 


3.0 


- 2.4 


3.7 


1975-J 


0.3 


-0.4 


11.9 


11.7 


-1. 1 r 


-2.5, 


-3.6 r 


0.9r 


-0.7r 


1.5 


1.3, 


2.18 


16.0 


30.2 


15.2 


F 


0.1 


0.0 


2.4 


1.5 


-0.6 r 


-0.5r 


-0.6 r 


-0.9r 


-0.2r 


1.7, 


-0. 5, 


2.15 


13.3 


-14.4 


-17.3 


M 


0.6 


0.2 


5.3 


5.9 


-0.6 r 


-0.5r 


-1.4 r 


-0. 9r 


-1.7 r 


1.4, 


-1.3, 


2.23 


-20.1 


- 4.4 , 


-13.8 


A 


-0.3 


-0.3 


0.7 


0.0 


0.4 r 


0.1 , 


0.1 r 


0.4 


0.4r 


0.4, 


0.8 


2.21 r 


7.0 


- 4.3 


47.0 


M 


0.8 


0.9 


- 0.2 


- 1.3 


0.1 


0.1 


-0.3 




1.2 


1.6 


-0.3 


2.19 


- 1.3 




20.3 


J 


0.5 


0.4 


1.4 


1.4 

























*Actual data 

Note: Percentage changes are based on seasonally adjusted data unless otherwise indicated. Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers 
appear in Sections and Tables identified at the head of the data columns. 



16 



August, 1975 



SECTION 1 - Concluded 



SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS - ANALYTICAL SUMMARY 





va 


ue of retai 1 


trade 


mer- 
chandise 
exports 
(including 
re- 
exports) 


mer- 
chandise 
imports 


rail 

revenue 
freight 
loaded 


three 

month 

treasury 

bill 

yield 


gov't of 

Canada 

averoge 

bond 

yield 

1 years 

and over 


consumer 
credit, 
end of 
period 
(total 
monthly 
re- 
porters) 




not seasonal ly 


ad 


us ted 








consumer price index 




index of 
industria 
common 
stocks 


gross 

weighted 

industria 

sell ing 

price 

index 


years, 
quarters 






total 

ex motor 

vehicles 


motor 

vehicles 

dealers 




tota 


total 


total 

ex food food 






S10 


Tl 


S10 Tl 


S10 Tl 


Sll Tl 


Sll T2 


S12/T1 


S13/T9 


S13/T9 


SI 0/T6 


S5/T4 


S5/T4 S5/T4 




S13/T8 


S5/T1 


Section/ 
Table 



( 




$000, 000 




) 


■000 tons % 


% 


$000, OOC 


( 






1961 ■ 


• 100 




) 




5,787 


5,312 


475 


2,299 


1,842 


98,374 


.38 


2.61 




60. 







56. 


5 


32.6 






1946 


16,139 


13,654 


2,485 


4,899 


5,060 


128,096 


2.29 


4.11 


2,482 


96. 


8 


96. 1 


98. 


5 


83.2 






1958 


16,073 


13,474 


2,599 


5,903 


5,718 


130,448 


2.83 


5.05 


3,298 


100 





100.0 


100 





100.0 


100. 





1961 


17, 137 


14, 190 


2,957 


6,348 


6,295 


135,028 


4.01 


5.11 


3,654 


101. 


2 


101.0 


101. 


8 


96.4 


101. 


1 


1962 


18,2 07 


14,930 


3,312 


6,980 


6,558 


147,761 


3.57 


5.09 


4,109 


103. 





102.2 


105. 


1 


103. 1 


102. 


5 


1963 


19,493 


15,932 


3,612 


8,303 


7,488 


174,069 


3.70 


5.18 


4,782 


104. 


8 


104.1 


106. 


8 


120.8 


103. 


3 


1964 


21,155 


17,029 


4,175 


8,767 


8,633 


179,867 


3.97 


5.20 


5,524 


107. 


4 


106.6 


109 


6 


132.8 


104. 


7 


1965 


22,686 


18,349 


4,338 


1 0,325 


10,072 


188,672 


4.99 


5.69 


5,977 


111. 


4 


109.6 


116. 


6 


125.3 


107. 


7 


1966 


24,155 


19,722 


4,433 


11,420 


10,873 


185,927 


4.59 


5.93 


6,598 


115. 


4 


114.4 


118. 


1 


131.3 


109. 


8 


1967 


25,711 


20,997 


4,714 


13,624 


12,358 


192,458 


6.23 


6.75 


7,602 


120. 


1 


119.4 


122. 





135.2 


112. 


1 


1968 


27,401 


22,605 


4,796 


14, 871 


14, 130 


183,270 


7.14 


7.58 


8,651 


125. 


5 


124.8 


127. 


1 


149.8 


116. 


3 


1969 


28,034 


23,837 


4,197 


16,82 


13,952 


207,211 


6.12 


7.91 


9,062 


129. 


7 


129.6 


130. 





137.7 


119. 


1 


1970 


30,646 


25,721 


4,925 


17,818 


15,617 


213, 120 


3.62 


6.95 


9,733 


133. 


4 


134.1 


131. 


4 


150.3 


121. 


6 


1971 


33,907 


28,267 


5,663 


20,140 


18, 669 


213,851 


3.55 


7.23 


11,625 


139. 


8 


139.1 


141. 


4 


179.3 


127. 


4 


1972 


38,231 


31,467 


6,764 


25,420 


23,324 


240, 575 


5.39 


7.56 


13,854 


150. 


4 


146.1 


162. 





200.8 


142 


8 


1973 


44,569 


36,266 


8,303 


32, 177 


31,639 


244,748 


7.78 


8.90 


16,175 


166. 


8 


159.0 


188. 


4 


167.4 


171. 


2 


1974 












percentage c 

i * \ 


hange from 
1 * \ 


previous quarter 


















2.8 


2.2 


5.3 


- 0. 7 


5.3 


- 5.9 


3.45 


6.61 


5.2 


0.7 




1.1 


-0.3 




-6.0 


0.4 




4-1971 


1.8 


1.6 


- 2.3 


2.0 


3.3 


- 0.5 


3.42 


6.95 


3.5 


1.2 




0.7 


2.4 




17.6 


2.0 




1 -1 972 


4.3 


4.5 


8.6 


7.5 


5.1 


1.5 


3.63 


7.35 


3.6 


0.9 




1.0 


0.5 




3.6 


1.2 




2 


0.9 


1.3 


8 


- 2.9 


2.0 


- 6.5 


3.50 


7.46 


4.7 


2.0 




0.8 


5.3 




6.2 


0.9 




3 


2.8 


2 1 


8.6 


15.9 


7.2 


16.0 


3.60 


7.23 


4.4 


1.0 




1.2 


0.6 




3.5 


1.5 




4 


5.3 


2.9 


8.6 


5.5 


8.0 


5.3 


4.00 


7.22 


5.4 


1.8 




1.1 


3.7 




6.4 


3.8 




1 -1 973 


2.0 


3.6 


- 0.9 


5.3 


3.0 


0.4 


5.07 


7.62 


5.4 


2.3 




1.4 


4.5 




- 4.9 


3.6 




2 


2.7 


2.7 


4.0 


0.5 


5.3 


- 8.3 


6.03 


7.76 


3.8 


2.8 




1.6 


6.0 




4.7 


4.8 




3 


2.2 


3.0 


-0.9 


10.2 


9.5 


10.6 


6.45 


7.28 


4.0 


1.8 




1.7 


2.2 




0.9 


3.1 




4 








9.3 


11.0 


- 4. 1 


6.22 


7.89 


4.6 


2.4 




2.0 


3.7 




- 2.5 


6.2 




1-1974 


1.7 


2.2 


1.6 


3.5 


4.9 


4.0 


8.02 


9.06 


4.5r 


3.3 




2.9 


4.3 




-10.2 


5.0 




2 


5.5 


4.0 


9.6 


7.8 


11.7 


3.1 


9.01 


9.71 


3.7r 


3.0 




2.7 


3.8 




-12.3 


4.5 




3 


-0.9 


0.7 


- 7.5 


- 1.5 


3.0 


- 6.4 


7.88 


8.95 


3.4, 


2.7 




2.4 


3.5 




-13.0 


3.4 




4 


4.6 


3.9 


7.4 


- 2.9 


0.6 


0.1 


6.43 


8.31 


4.3 


2.2 




2.2 


2.2 




11.4 


2.7 




1-1975 








-0.3 


- 1.2 


- 3.4 


6.80 


8.88 




2.2 




2.1 


2.4 




6.0 






2 



percentage change from previous month 









2.3 


-0.1 


5.5 


5.40 


7.74 


0.6 


0.9 


0.5 


2.0 


0.0 


1.1 


J-l 973 








2.6 


4.0 


- 1.4 


5.65 


7.73 


1.2 


0.9 


0.5 


1.9 


4.2 


1.4 


J 








- 8.2 


-1.5 


-29.4 


6.03 


7.82 


1.5 


1.3 


0.5 


3.2 


2.7 


3.4 


A 








8.2 


2.8 


40.8 


6.41 


7.72 


1.4 


0.6 


0.5 


0.9 


1.3 


-0.1 


S 








5.8 


6.1 


3.6 


6.51 


7.60 


1.6 


0.3 


0.6 


-0.2 


4.3 


0.9 











5.0 


2.3 


- 4.1 


6.46 


7.64 


0.9 


0.8 


0.6 


1.2 


- 2.7 


0.9 


N 








- 4.4 


1.0 


- 1.6 


6.38 


7.70 


1.0 


0.6 


0.6 


0.2 


-9.7 


1.7 


D 








7.1 


2.5 


- 2.4 


6.28 


7.75 


1.9 


0.8 


0.7 


1.1 


3.1 


2.9 


J-l 974 


3.0 


2.6 


4.7 


0.7 


6.4 


- 0.4 


6.11 


7.74 


1.6 


1.0 


0.5 


2.2 


1.7 


1.7 


F 


-2.5 


-1.5 


- 6.4 


9.1 


7.0 


3.5 


6.28 


8.19 


1.7 


1.0 


0.8 


1.5 


3.3 


1.6 


M 


-1.1 


-1.1 


- 0.9 


- 6.2 


- 9.2 


1.2 


7.13 


8.81 


1.9 


0.7 


0.9 


0.2 


- 6.3 


1.8 


A 


4.0 


4.7 


7.9 


7.8 


10.8 


1.1 


8.24 


8.91 


0.7 


1.7 


1.2 


2.9 


- 9.5 


1.7 


M 


2.3 


1.1 


0.9 


- 3.0 


3.1 


- 0.2 


8.68 


9.46 


l.Or 


1.3 


1.3 


1.2 


- 1.3 


0.8 


J 


1.8 


1.3 


3.9 


4.8 


2.7 


4.4 


8.92 


9.63 


1.6 


0.8 


0.7 


1.0 


- 2.3 


1.9 


J 


3.0 


0.8 


12.7 


3.8 


4.6 


5.5 


9.09 


9.84 


1.1 


1.0 


0.8 


1.4 


- 4.0 


1.6 


A 


-3.8 


-0.4 


-16.6 


0.0 


0.2 


-14.5 


9.03 


9.67 


1.1 r 


0.6 


0.6 


0.4 


-11.1 


1.2 


S 


0.2 


0.6 


- 1.9 


- 0.2 


-1.3 


0.3 


8.60 


9.20 


1.4, 


0.9 


0.7 


1.4 


- 0.4 


1.0 


O 


0.3 


-0.1 


2.1 


- 1.4 


3.9 


5.0 


7.73 


8.87 


0.5r 


1.1 


1.1 


1.3 


- 3.7 


1.6 


N 


0.9 


0.4 


3.3 


- 4.4 


0.3 


- 3.5 


7.32 


8.77 


1.6 


1.0 


0.8 


1.4 


- 4.6 


0.1 


D 


1.6 


1.9 


0.4 


5.7 


2.3 


5.0 


6.65 


8.30 


2.1 


0.5 


0.6 


0.3 


11.4 


1.6 


J-l 975 


5.0 


3.0 


14.2 


- 4.9 


-3.9 


0.0 


6.34 


8.17 


1.4, 


0.8 


0.7 


0.8 


8.2 


0.8 


F 


-3.3 


-0.5 


-14.3 


- 5.1 


-1.4 r 


-11.5 


6.29 


8.47 


0.0, 


0.5 


0.9 


-0.3 


- 2.3 


0.1 


M 


-2. Or 


-2.8r 


1.9, 


3.4 r 


-2.8 


5.1 


6.54 


9.04 


0.6, 


0.5 


0.5 


0.5 


2.4 


1.1 


A 


3.8 


3.7 


4.5 


0.2 


0.0 


- 0.4 


6.90 


8.71 


0.4 


0.8 


0.8 


1.1 


3.1 


0.8 


M 








4.9 


12.1 


0.4 


6.96 


8.88 




1.5 


0.8 


3.3 


1.1 




J 



17 



SECTION 2 
TABLES 1 - 



August, 1975 



Table 1: population, by province (thousands) 



year and 




























month 


i 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alto. 


B.C. 


Yukon 


N.W.T. 


CANSIM 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


1973 


June 


22, 095 


541 


115 


805 


652 


6,081 


7,939 


998 


908 


1,683 


2,31$ 


20 


38 


1974 


June 


22,446 


542 


117 


813 


662 


6, 134 


8,094 


1,011 


907 


1,714 


2,395 


19 


38 


1973 


Apr. 


22, 047 


539 


115 


803 


651 


6,076 


7,919 


996 


908 


1,678 


2,304 


20 


38 




July 


22, 125 


541 


115 


806 


652 


6,084 


7,958 


998 


908 


1,685 


2,320 


20 


38 




Oct. 


22, 207 


540 


115 


808 


655 


6,098 


7,988 


1,000 


906 


1,696 


2,343 


20 


38 


1974 


Jan. 


22, 307 


540 


116 


810 


658 


6,112 


8,031 


1,005 


906 


1,702 


2,369 


20 


38 




Apr. 


22, 384 


541 


116 


811 


660 


6,124 


8,067 


1,008 


907 


1,709 


2,384 


19 


38 




July 


22,479 


543 


117 


814 


663 


6,141 


8,105 


1,012 


908 


1,717 


2,402 


19 


38 




Oct. 


22, 574 


545 


117 


816 


668 


6,153 


8, 143 


1,013 


909 


1,732 


2,421 


20 


37 


1975 


Jan. 


22,659 


546 


118 


818 


670 


6,165 


8,171 


1,014 


912 


1,747 


2,441 


20 


37 




Apr. 


22, 737 


548 


119 


821 


673 


6,176 


8,200 


1,016 


915 


1,759 


2,452 


21 


37 



] As of the first of each month. Source: Quarterly Estimates of Population for Canada and Provinces (91-001), Statistics Canada. 

Table 2: immigration to Canada, by country of last permanent residence (number) 



year and 
quarter 


total 


United 
K ingdom 
and Ireland 


France 


Germany 


Nether- 
lands 


Greece 


Italy 


Portugal 


Other 
Europe 


Asia 


Austra- 
lasia 


United 
States 


West 
Indies 


all other 


CANSIM 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 


32 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38 


39 


40 


1973 
1974 

1974 1 
2 
3 
4 


184, 200 
278,465 

45, 302 
58, 787 
62,312 
52, 064 


28, 102 
39,748 

6,478 
10,235 
11,739 
11,296 


3,586 
4,232 

799 
1,161 
1,283 

989 


2,564 
3,621 

614 
1,087 
1,122 

798 


1,898 
2,103 

448 
696 
609 
350 


5,833 
5,632 

1,542 
1,585 
1,315 
1,190 


5,468 
5,226 

1,203 
1,549 
1,283 
1,191 


13,483 
16,333 

4,056 
4,718 
3,689 
3,870 


10,949 
11,799 

2,528 
3,224 
3,194 
2,853 


43, 193 
50,566 

10,563 
12,732 
14, 847 
12,424 


2,671 
2,594 

554 
741 

780 
519 


25,242 
26,541 

6,178 
7,611 

7,877 
4,875 


19,281 
23,670 

4,865 
6,072 
7,166 
5,567 


21,930 
26,400 

5,474 
7,376 
7,408 
6,142 



1975 1 43,448 9,376 



723 



684 



385 



919 1,008 



2,672 2,573 10,452 



554 



3,835 4,289 



5,978 



Source: Quarterly Bulletin, Department of Manpower and Immigration. 

Table 3: immigration to Canada, by province of (intended) destination 



year and 
























Yukon, 


quarter 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.-B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


N.W.T. 


CANSIM 


74 


75 


76 


77 


78 


79 


80 


81 


82 


83 


84 


85 


1973 


784, 200 


984 


273 


2,548 


1,729 


26,871 


103,187 


6,621 


1,866 


1 1 , 904 


27,949 


268 


1974 


2 78,465 


1,036 


311 


2,601 


2,207 


33,458 


120,115 


7,423 


2,244 


14,289 


34,481 


300 


1974 1 


45, 302 


241 


72 


546 


490 


6,886 


25,264 


1,624 


470 


2,736 


6,908 


65 


2 


58, 787 


253 


91 


749 


638 


9,340 


32,242 


1,994 


563 


3,684 


9,147 


86 


3 


62,312 


303 


92 


721 


660 


9,710 


33,635 


2,020 


603 


4,244 


10,251 


73 


4 


52, 064 


239 


56 


585 


419 


7,522 


28, 974 


1,785 


608 


3,625 


8,175 


76 


1975 1 


43, 448 


184 


63 


447 


467 


5,861 


24,014 


1,571 


593 


3,213 


6,971 


64 



Source: Quarterly Bulletin, Department of Manpower ond Immigration. 

Toble 4: immigration to Canada, by (intended) occupational group' (number) 



destined to the labour force 









profes- 








commer 


year and 


totol 




sional 








cial 


quarter 


immi- 


mana- 


and 








and fi- 




gration 


gerial 


technicol 


c 


er 


cal 


nancial 



transport mining 

service and and 

and re- communi- agricul- quarry* manufac- la- sub- 
creation cation ture ing 2 turing 3 bourers total' 



not destined to the labour force 

students 
(18 years 
and sub- 

wives children over) 5 total* 



CANSIM 55 



56 



57 



58 



59 



60 



61 



62 



63 



64 



65 



66 



67 



68 



69 



70 



1973 
1974 



784,200 5,993 19,530 13,451 4,017 
2)8,465 6,445 21,599 15,660 4,119 



10,407 1,065 
10,739 1,315 



1974 1 45,302 1,309 4,312 3,141 893 

2 58,787 1,772 5,371 4,208 1,082 

3 62,372 1,922 6,940 4,463 1,122 

4 52,064 1,442 4,976 3,848 1,022 



2,937 
2,972 
2,536 
2,294 



307 
404 
329 
275 



1975 



43,448 1,319 4,245 2,959 



871 



1,882 238 



3,079 384 

2,637 526 

756 117 

875 133 

570 146 

436 130 

390 99 



28,127 1,326 92,228 27,530 44,149 11,235 91,972 
34,620 1,787 106,083 32,470 61,008 8,697 112,382 



8,061 
9,499 
9,096 
7,964 

6,422 



463 
478 
415 

431 

287 



23,575 6,390 10,572 

28,635 8,821 16,190 

29,445 9,285 18,578 

24,428 7,974 15,668 



2,842 21,727 

2,427 30,152 

2,139 32,867 

1,289 27,636 



19,877 6,730 12,765 1,836 23,571 



"The occupational status of the maiority of the persons destined to the labour force is determined by immigration officials by an examination of documentary 
evidence provided by the immigrants. The classification of occupations is similar to thot used in the 1961 Census; see Occupational Classification Manual, Census 
of Canada, 1961, Catalogue Number 1 2-506. 'Includes logging, fishing, trapping and hunting. 'Includes mechanical ond construction. 'Includes a small number in 
non-specified occupations. 5 Does not include students entering Canada on students' visas. 'Includes also retired persons, elderly dependents, fionces or fiancees 
and other unspecified persons not intending to enter the lobour force. Source: Quarterly Bulletin, Department of Manpower and Immigration. 



18 



August, 1975 



SECTION 2 
TABLES 5-7 













Table 5: births. 


' by province 


(number) 










year 
and 
month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


CANSIM 


87 


88 


89 


90 


91 


92 


93 


94 


95 


96 


97 



1972* 


347,3 79 


12,898 


2, 010 


13,536 


1 1 , 806 


83,603 


125,060 


17,398 


15,473 


2 9,282 


34,563 


1973* 


34 7,749 


1 1 , 906 


1,886 


13,299 


11,425 


84, 057 


123,776 


17,006 


14,806 


29,288 


33,608 


1973 1 


90,640 


3,827 


392 


3,518 


2,955 


24,038 


31,956 


4,110 


3,736 


7,524 


8,584 


2 


86, 788 


2,745 


453 


3,354 


2,980 


21,271 


31,086 


4,617 


3,789 


7,739 


8,754 


3 


83,768 


2,526 


515 


3,509 


2,712 


20,085 


31,095 


4,257 


3,545 


7,023 


8,501 


4 


86,065 


2,7 97 


515 


3, 067 


3,050 


22,233 


31,043 


4,284 


3,643 


7,130 


8,303 


1974 1 


85,675 


3,362 


4 04 


3,280 


2,694 


22,485 


30,711 


4,281 


3,603 


5,981 


8,814 


2 


82,524 


2,386 


495 


3,219 


2,908 


18,736 


30, 554 


4,254 


3,779 


7,627 


8,566 


3 


88,868 


3,295 


4 97 


3,444 


2, 960 


21,045 


32,425 


4,534 


4,014 


7,737 


8,917 


4 


89, 76 7 


2,224 


541 


3,012 


3,137 


22,298 


32,268 


4,540 


3,817 


8,300 


9,024 


1975 1 


86, 599 


3,546 


406 


3,460 


3,041 


21,745 


30,214 


4, 142 


3,648 


7,723 


8,674 


2 


89,6 74 


3,001 


493 


3,287 


2,658 


21,204 


32, 943 


4,636 


3,630 


7,965 


9,797 













Table 6: deaths. 


1 by province (number) 










year 
and 
month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


CANSIM 


109 


110 


Ill 


112 


113 


114 115 


116 


117 


118 


119 



1972* 


762,473 


3,349 


1,052 


6,904 


4,982 


42 , 3 1 1 


58, 905 


8,225 


7,590 


10,699 


18,021 


1973* 


763,699 


3,405 


1,020 


6,928 


5,084 


42,666 


59,875 


8,196 


7,646 


10,763 


1 8, 095 


1973 1 


43,533 


1,047 


184 


1,925 


1,387 


10,383 


16,416 


2,316 


2,010 


2,962 


4,903 


2 


39,6 77 


739 


219 


1,584 


1,277 


10,821 


14,248 


1,975 


1,803 


2,718 


4,233 


3 


39, 534 


696 


245 


1,808 


1,122 


9,932 


14,941 


2,024 


1,871 


2,536 


4,359 


4 


47,623 


681 


263 


1,72 5 


1,352 


11,680 


14,821 


2,176 


1,890 


2,568 


4,467 


1974 1 


43, 268 


1,044 


158 


1,707 


1,492 


10,408 


16,138 


2,233 


1,859 


2,773 


5,456 


2 


41, 150 


646 


280 


1,915 


1,285 


10,015 


15,242 


2,073 


2,047 


2,894 


4,753 


3 


47,668 


772 


260 


1,779 


1,233 


11,543 


14,696 


2, 038 


1,963 


2,685 


4,699 


4 


47,545 


510 


295 


1,518 


1,349 


9,991 


15,566 


2,218 


1,896 


3,335 


4,867 


1975 1 


45, 790 


937 


269 


1,906 


1,520 


12,087 


16,228 


2,236 


1,957 


3,479 


5,171 


2 


39, 767 


795 


249 


1,629 


1,183 


9,699 


14,858 


2,099 


1,777 


2,074 


4,804 



Table 7: marriages, by province (number) 



year 

and 
month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


CANSIM 


131 


132 


133 


134 


135 


136 


137 


138 


139 


140 


141 


1972* 
1973* 


200.470 
798,632 


5, 106 
5,048 


1,013 
1,014 


7,291 
7,273 


6,455 
6,357 


53,830 
51,943 


72,278 
72,371 


9,181 
9,196 


7,877 
7,847 


16,345 
16,280 


20,659 
21,303 


1973 1 
2 
3 

4 


33,677 
44. 114 
65,204 
51,330 


1,592 

933 

1,341 

1,323 


82 
208 
413 
291 


1,121 
1,745 
2,795 
1,674 


823 
1,435 
2,589 
1,472 


11,101 

7,106 

14,217 

16,008 


10,241 
19,144 
25,610 
17,289 


1,333 
2,158 
3,461 
2,218 


933 
1,937 
3,060 
1,981 


2,567 
4,195 
4,783 
3,944 


3,878 

5,253 
6,935 
5,130 


1974 1 
2 
3 
4 


35,588 
44,930 
71,604 
53, 188 


1,401 

848 

1,570 

1,073 


108 
201 
405 
262 


998 
1,694 
2,826 
1,543 


885 
1,367 
2,567 
1,418 


14,034 

7,630 

18,177 

17,610 


10,180 
19,633 
26,214 
17,141 


1,290 
2,129 
3,538 
2,310 


915 
1,913 
3, 199 
1,978 


1,898 
4,211 
6,008 
4,497 


3,879 
5,304 
7,100 
5,356 


1975 1 
2 


30, 74 7 
57,033 


1,250 
880 


92 
193 


1,124 
1,481 


885 
1,294 


8,101 
13,161 


9,681 
19,682 


1,266 
2,153 


911 
2,000 


2,953 
4,744 


3,878 
5,445 



*Figures show events allocated to actual month or year of occurrence. Subsequent data are for month in which registrations are filed, and for these months 
Canada total excludes the Yukon and Northwest Territories. 'Births and deaths are exclusive of still births. Source: Vital Statistics (84.001), Statistics Canada. 



.9 



SECTION 3 
TABLES 1. 1 and 1.2 



I — Income and expenditure accounts 
Table 1.1: notional income and gross national product (millions of dollars) 



August, 1975 































GNP at 






























market 




wages. 










accr'd 


net 














prices 


year 


salaries, 










net 


income of 








capital 






excl. 


and 


and 




corpo- 


deduct: 


interest 


income 


non-farm 




net 




consump. 






accrued 


quarter 


supple- 


military 


ration 


dividends 


& misc. 


of farm 


un-incorp. 




national 


indirect 


allow- 






net 




mentary 


pay and 


profits 


paid 


invest- 


operators 


business 


inventory 


income 


taxes 


ances 


residual 


GNP at 


income 




1 a bou r 


al low- 


before 


to non- 


ment 


from farm 


incl. 


valuation 


at factor 


less 


8. misc. 


error of 


market 


of farm 




income 


ances 


taxes 1 


residents 2 


income 3 


prod. 4 


rent 5 


adjust. 6 


cost 


subsidies val. adj. 


estimate 


prices 


operators 


CANSIM 


40032 


40001 


40002 


40003 


40004 


40005 


40006 


40007 


40008 


40009 


40010 


40011 


40548 


40013 


S. A. 


40240 


40241 


40242 


40243 


40244 


40245 


40246 


40247 


40248 


40249 


40250 


40251 


40551 


40253 


1973 


64,961 


1,092 


14,386 


-1,268 


5,270 


3,137 


6,907 


-2,384 


92, 707 


15,399 


13,384 


-446 


720,438 


117,301 


1974 


75,970 


1,185 


18,303 


-1,506 


7,014 


3,734 


7,345 


-4,264 


707,78 7 


17,963 


15,354 


-218 


740,880 


137,146 



1974 



1975 1 20,087 



1 


17,423 


284 


4,138 


2 


18,645 


295 


5,035 


T 


19,674 


293 


4,615 


4 


20,228 


313 


4,515 



-331 
-295 
-288 
-592 



1,659 
1,652 
1,784 
1,919 



unadjusted for seasonality 
-171 



3,581 
316 



1 , 693 -963 

1,849 -1,400 

1,923 -1,072 

1,880 -829 



23, 732 
25, 789 
30,570 
27, 750 



4,490 
4,446 
4,595 
4,432 



3,602 
3,783 
3,917 
4,052 



-670 

-116 

- 3 

571 



3 7, 754 
33, 902 
39,019 
36, 805 



31,325 
33,894 
35,438 
36,489 



317 



1974 1 
2 
3 
4 



71,220 
73,584 
77,948 
81,128 



1,148 
1,172 
1,192 
1,228 



3,940 



17,792 
18,712 
19,276 
17,432 



-361 2,022 



-1,404 
-1,432 
-1,464 
-1,724 



6,344 
6,868 
7,220 
7,624 



-399 1,783 -759 

seasonally adjusted at annual rates 

3,340 7,252 -3,804 

3,944 7,364 -5,456 

3,724 7,444 -4,440 

3,928 7,320 -3,356 



26,630 4,198 4,129 -967 33,990 34,389 



707,888 17,864 

704,756 18,640 

7 70,900 18,232 

7 73,580 17,116 



14,620 
15,176 
15,596 
16,024 



- 32 

20 

-284 

-576 



134,340 131,000 
738.592 134,648 
144,444 140,720 
746, 744 142,216 



1975 1 82,364 1,280 16,612 -1,512 7,696 3,200 7,512 -3,012 7 74,740 16,576 16,512 -716 746,572 143,312 

"Excludes profits (net of losses) of government business enterprises, includes the withholding tax applicable to this item. 'Includes profits (net of losses) 
of government business enterprises and interest ant miscellaneous investment income of government. 'Includes value of physical change in farm inventories. The 
seasonally adjusted data includes an arbitrary smoothing of crop production and standard seasonal adjustment for withdrawals of groin from farm stocks and the 
change in other farm-held inventories. Because of the arbitrory element, too precise an interpretation should not be given the seasonally adjusted figures, includes 
net income of independent professional practitioners. 6 See footnote 4, Table 1.2. Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 



Table 1. 2: gross national expenditure (millions of dollars) 





personol 
expend- 
iture on 
consu- 
mer 
goods 
and 
services 


govern- 
ment 
current 
expend- 
iture 
on 

goods 
and ser- 
vices' 






gar 


ss fixed 


apital fo 


motion 






value of physica 
change in inventor 


1 
es 


exports 
of 

goods 
and ser- 
vices 


deduct: 

imports 

of 

goods 

and 

services 


residuol 
error 
of esti- 
mate 






total 


govern- 
ment 
total 


business 




year 


total 


govern- 
ment 
total 2 




business 






non- 
farm 4 


farm & 
grain in 
commer- 
cial 
chan- 
nels 5 


gross 
national 
expend- 
iture at 
market 
prices 


quarter 


total 


resi- 
dential 
con- 
struc- 
tion 


non- 
resi- 
dential 
construc- 
tion 


machin- 
ery 
and 
equip- 
ment 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


40014 
40254 


40015 
40255 


40016 
40256 


40017 
4 0257 


40021 
40261 


40022 
40262 


40023 
40263 


40024 
40264 


40025 
40265 


40026 
40266 


40027 
40267 


4 0028 
40268 


40029 
40269 


40030 
40270 


40031 
40271 


40548 
40551 


1973 
1974 


69,367 
79,910 


22,689 
27,374 


26, 
32, 


987 
900 


4,305 
5,348 


22,682 
27,552 


6,549 
7,646 


7,304 
8,984 


8,829 
10,922 


1,267 
2,665 


-15 
26 


1,081 
2,669 


201 
- 30 


30,684 
38,488 


-31,003 
-40,675 


447 
218 


120,438 
140,880 



unadjusted for seasonality 



1974 



17,764 
19,810 
19,948 
22,388 



6,457 
6,317 
6,943 
7,657 



6,884 
8,285 
9,000 
8,731 



970 
1,204 
1,653 
1,521 



5,914 
7,081 
7,347 
7,210 



1,522 
1,959 
2,240 
1,925 



1,871 
2,106 
2,520 
2,487 



2,521 - 40 
3,016 -297 
2,587 3,343 
2,798 -341 



-37 
17 
36 
10 



1,124-1,127 8,239-8,820 670 37,754 



225 -539 


9,978 


-10,308 


117 


33,902 


431 2,876 


9,944 


-10,162 


3 


39,019 


889 -1,240 


10,327 


-11,385 


-572 


36.805 



1975 1 20,242 7,590 7,806 1,250 6,556 1,330 2,214 3,012 -548 -37 



545 -1,056 8,683 -10,751 



968 33,990 



1974 



1 75,828 


25,100 31,472 4,808 


26,664 7,656 


8,560 


2 78,664 


26,788 32,476 5,156 


27,320 8,096 


8,696 


3 81,740 


28,384 33,428 5,584 


27,844 7,668 


9,020 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



10,448 2,344 -20 
10,528 1,812 24 
11,156 3,288 40 



4 83,408 29,224 34,224 5,844 28,380 7,164 9,660 11,556 3,216 60 
1975 1 86,204 29,628 35,448 6,104 29,344 6,820 10,116 12,408 1,076 -20 



3,156 


-792 


36,328 -36,764 


32 


134,140 


1,776 


12 


37,480 -38,608 


- 20 


138.592 


2,440 


808 


40,120 -42,804 


288 


144,444 


3,304 


-148 


40,024 -44,524 


572 


146, 144 



780 



316 38,196 -44,760 720 746,572 



'Includes defence expenditures. includes outlay on new durable assets such as building and highway construction by governments, other than government 
business enterprises. Excludes defence construction and equipment which is defined as current expenditure. 'Includes capital expenditures by private and govern- 
ment business enterprises, private non-commercial institutions and outlays on new residential construction by individuals and business investors. Capital expendi- 
ture is defined to include all transfer costs on the sales and purchases of existing fixed assets. 4 The book value of inventories is deflated to remove the effect of 
price change and the derived "physicol" change is then valued at average prices of the current period to obtain the value of physical change. The difference 
between the value of physical change and the change in book value is called the inventory valuation adjustment, (as shown in Table 1.1). 'See footnote 4, 

Table 1.1. Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 



20 



August, 1975 



I — Income and expenditure accounts 
Table 1. 3: gross national expenditure in constant (1971) dollars (millions of dollars) ' 



SECTION 3 
TABLES 1.3 and 1.4 








personal 
expend- 
iture on 
consumer 
goods 
and 
services 


govern- 
ment 
current 
expend- 
iture- 
on 

goods 
and ser- 
vices 






gross fixed 


:apital formation 






value o 
change in 


physical 
inventories 


exports 
of 

goods 
and ser 
vices 


deduct: 

imports 
of goods 
and 
services 


residual 
error 
of esti- 
mate 






total 


govern- 
ment 
total 


business 




year 
and 
quarter 


tot 


al 


govern- 
ment 
total 




business 




non- 
farm 


farm 
and 
grain 
in com- 
mercial 
chan- 
nels 




total 


resi- 
dential 
con- 
struc- 
tion 


non-resi- 
dential 
construc- 
tion 


machin- 
ery 
and 
equip- 
ment 


gross 
notional 
expend* 
iture 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


40562 
40594 


40568 
40600 


40569 
40601 


4 0570 
40602 


40575 
40607 


40576 
40608 


40577 
4 0609 


40578 
40610 


40581 
40613 


40582 
40614 


40583 
40615 


40584 
40616 


40586 
40618 


40588 
40620 


40590 
40622 


40561 
40593 


1973 
1974 


62,461 
65,070 


19,687 
21,256 


23 

25 


876 
171 


3,747 
4,026 


20,129 
21,145 


5,486 
5,345 


6,418 
6,908 


8,225 
8,892 


1,044 
2,125 


-16 
18 


1,001 
2,053 


59 
54 


26, 094 
25,101 


-27,687 
-30,074 


437 
213 


105,912 
108,862 



unadjusted for seasonality 



1974 1 
2 
3 
4 



15,141 
16,419 
16,057 
17,453 



5,333 
5,030 
5,239 
5,654 



5,655 
6,476 
6,688 
6,352 



791 

916 

1,216 

1,103 



4,864 
5,560 
5,472 
5,249 



,150 1,522 
,401 1,631 



1975 1 15,355 5,585 5,606 910 4,696 



2,192 338 -31 

2,528 350 13 

,512 1,900 2,060 1,302 29 

,282 1,855 2,112 135 7 

831 1,636 2,229 -181 -26 

seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



942 


-573 


5,859 


- 7,154 


545 


25,717 


224 


113 


6,584 


- 7,857 


91 


27,093 


189 


1,084 


6,336 


- 7,306 


2 


28,318 


698 


-570 


6,322 


- 7,757 


-425 


27, 734 



379 



-534 



5, 172 - 7,154 708 25,09? 



1974 1 
2 
3 
4 



64,720 
65,108 
65,720 
64,732 



20,660 25,656 
21,400 25, 188 
21,376 24,960 
21,588 24,880 



1975 1 65,664 21,732 25,304 



3,872 


21,784 


5,744 


6,940 


9,100 


2,188 


-16 


2,432 


-228 


3,892 


21,296 


5,748 


6,712 


8,836 


1,796 


20 


1,528 


248 


4, 124 


20,836 


5, 144 


6,792 


8,900 


1,796 


28 


1,564 


204 


4,216 


20,664 


4,744 


7,188 


8,732 


2,720 


40 


2,688 


- 8 


4,392 


20,912 


4,260 


7,468 


9,184 


420 


-12 


192 


240 



25,724 -29,840 
24,528 -29,216 
25,648 -30,908 
24,504 -30,332 



76 

32 

268 

476 



709, 184 
108,836 
108,860 
108,568 



22,883 -29,540 528 106,996 



'The implicit price deflators of the seasonally unadjusted components of Gross National Expenditure, derived by dividing the value figures in current dollars 
by the constant dollar figures, are not suitable as indicators of quarter-to-quarter price change. This is because they are currently weighted and therefore are 
affected by compositional shifts which occur within the unadjusted components of Gross National Expenditure, on a quarter-to-quarter basis. Quarter-to-quarter 
movements in the implicit price deflators based on seasonally adjusted data are less subject to the problem of shifting weights and may be used as a measure of 
price change. Source: Notional Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 



1975 1 



1975 1 



Table 1.4: sources of personal income (millions of dollars) 





wages, 
salaries and 
supplemen- 
tary labour 
income 


military 
pay and 
allowances 


net income 
received 
by farm 
operotors 
from farm 
production' 


net income of 
non-form un- 
incorporated 
business 
including rent 


interest, 

dividends 

and miscella 

neous 

investment 

income 2 




current 


transfers 






year and 
quarter 


from 


government 


from 
corporations 3 


from 
non-residents 




to persons 


capital 

assistance 


personal 

income 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


40032 
40272 




40033 
40273 


40034 
40274 


40035 
40275 


40036 
40276 


40039 
40278 


40040 
40279 


40037 
40280 


40041 
40281 


40549 
40282 


1973 
1974 


64,961 
75,970 




1,092 
1, 185 


3,127 
3,204 


6,907 
7,345 


7,775 
9,570 


11,200 
13,715 


44 
54 


178 
209 


203 
217 


95,487 
111,469 



20,087 



82,364 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



974 1 


17,423 


284 


-354 


1,693 


2,113 


3,481 


15 


51 


53 


24,759 


2 


18,645 


295 


331 


1,849 


2,356 


3,374 


10 


52 


53 


26,965 


3 


19,674 


293 


3,346 


1,923 


2,400 


3,352 


15 


53 


55 


31,111 


4 


20,228 


313 


-119 


1,880 


2,701 


3,508 


14 


53 


56 


28,634 



317 



310 



1,783 



2,455 



4,205 



27 



53 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1,280 



3,472 



7,512 



10,200 



15,592 



108 



212 



57 



224 



29,294 



1974 1 


71,220 


1,148 


3,164 


7,252 


8,768 


12,896 


60 


204 


208 


104,920 


2 


73,584 


1,172 


3,552 


7,364 


9,332 


13,344 


40 


208 


212 


108,808 


3 


77,948 


1,192 


3,324 


7,444 


9,808 


14,060 


60 


212 


224 


114,272 


4 


81,128 


1,228 


2,776 


7,320 


10,372 


14,560 


56 


212 


224 


117,876 



120,964 



'This item differs from column 6, table 1 . 1 by excluding the adjustment which has been made to take account of the accrued earnings arising out of the oper- 
ations of the Canadian Wheat Board and the Canadian Co-Operative Wheat Producers. includes all interest on the public debt paid by government to persons. 
'Charitable contributions and bad debts. For source see table 1.9. 



21 



SECTION 3 
TABLES 1.5 and 



1.6 



I — Income ond expenditure accounts 
Table 1.5: disposition of personal income (million dollars) 



August, 1975 



current transfers 



year and 
quarter 



total 
personal 



personal expenditure 
on consumer goods and services 

semi- non- 
durable durable durable serv- 
total goods goods goods ices 1 



to government 



personal savings 



income 
taxes 



sue- social 

cession ins. 
duties & govt. 
& estate pension 
taxes funds 2 othe 











value of 










excl. 


physical 










change 


change 




to 


to non- 




in farm 


in farm 


personal 


corpor- 


resi- 




inven- 


inven- 


disposable 


ations 3 


dents 


total 


tories 


tories 


income 4 



CANSIM 40042 
S. A. 40552 



40043 
40283 



40044 40045 40046 40047 40048 40049 40050 40051 
40284 40285 40286 40287 40288 40289 40290 40291 



40052 40053 
40292 40293 



40054 
40294 



40055 



40056 40057 
40295 



1973 
1974 



1974 



77,361 
89,339 



69,367 10,588 9,497 22,521 26,761 13,308 205 
79,910 12,103 11,267 26,629 29,911 16,177 178 



3,551 


1,062 


997 


234 


6,763 


6,127 


636 95,487 


4,667 


1,108 


1,493 


224 


7,712 


7,613 


99 111,469 



1 


24,759 


17,764 


2,516 


2,104 


6,015 


7,129 


3,651 


48 


2 


26,965 


19,810 


3,344 


2,673 


6,453 


7,340 


3,617 


48 


3 


31,111 


19,948 


2,992 


2,807 


6,592 


7,557 


4,333 


40 


4 


28,634 


22,388 


3,251 


3,683 


7,569 


7,885 


4,576 


42 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1,132 365 

1,279 253 

1,169 243 

1,087 247 



329 


55 


1,415 


2,797 


-1 , 382 


19,563 


337 


56 


1,565 


2,180 


-615 


21,768 


400 


55 


4,923 


2,210 


2,713 


25,326 


427 


58 


-191 


426 


-617 


22,682 



1975 1 29,294 20,242 2,711 2,382 6,958 8,191 4,650 42 



1,310 



375 



433 57 2,185 3,751 -1,566 22,917 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1974 1 
2 
3 

4 



104,920 
108,808 
114,272 
117,876 



75,828 
78,664 
81,740 
83,408 



11,708 10,640 

12,280 11,148 

12,560 11,756 

11,864 11,524 



25,064 28,416 

26,012 29,224 

27,124 30,300 

28,316 31,704 



14,912 
14,828 
17,240 
17,728 



192 
192 
160 
168 



4,332 
4,452 
4,648 
5,236 



1,152 

1,092 

100 



1,312 216 
1,380 224 
1,596 224 



1 

1,088 1,684 232 



6,976 
7,976 
7,564 
8,332 



1975 1 120,964 86,204 12,656 11,976 28,912 32,660 19,020 168 5,072 1,188 1,728 224 7,360 



84,332 
88,244 
91,124 
93,656 

95,516 



'Includes net expenditure abroad. 2 Employer and employee contributions to social insurance and government pension funds, 
portion of interest on the consumer debt. 4 This item is equal to "personal income" less the total of "current transfers to government* 
Table 1.9 



3 This item is the transfer 
For source see 



Table 1. 6: source and disposition of gross saving (million dollars) 













source of gross saving 










dispos 


tion of gro 














saving 










capital 
con- 
sumption 
allow- 
ances 
and 
MVA 2 


residual 
error of 
estimate 




year 
and 
quarter 


total 
gross 
saving 


persons & unin- 
corporated business 




corporate ar 
business 


d government 
enterprises 


govern- 
ment 


non- 
residents 


ss saving 


persona 
saving 


adjust- 
ment on 
grain 
trans- 
actions' 


undis- 
tributed 
corpo- 
ration 
profits 


govt, 
business 
enter- 
prises 


capital 
assis- 
tance 


inventory 
valuation 
adjust- 
ment 


gross 
fixed 
capital 
form- 
ation 1 


value of 
physical 
change 
in inven- 
tories 


residual 
error of 
estimate 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


40185 
40423 


40175 
40413 


40181 
40419 


40176 
40414 


40177 
40415 


40178 
40416 


4 0182 
40420 


40179 
4 0417 


40180 
40418 


40183 
40421 


40184 
40422 


40186 
40424 


40190 
40428 


40191 
40429 


1973 
1974 


28,701 
35,783 


6,763 
7,712 


10 
530 


6,774 
8,539 


220 
384 


251 
219 


-2,384 
-4,264 


3,790 
5,363 


339 
2,164 


13,384 
15,354 


-446 
-218 


26,987 
32,900 


1,267 
2,665 


447 

218 



1974 1 


7,514 


1,415 


183 


1,979 


121 


2 


8,105 


1,565 


-323 


2,552 


104 


3 


12,346 


4,923 


235 


2,290 


93 


4 


7,818 


-191 


435 


1,718 


66 



1975 1 



8,226 2,185 



-709 



1,635 



144 



1974 1 


33,848 


6,976 


176 


8,768 


320 


2 


34,268 


7,976 


392 


9,092 


412 


3 


37, 004 


7,564 


400 


9,008 


404 


4 


38,012 


8,332 


1,152 


7,288 


400 



unadjusted for seasonol voriation 

53 -963 1,180 

68 -1,400 1,567 

51 -1,072 1,663 

47 -829 953 

82 -759 351 

seasonally adjusted at annual rates 

172 -3,804 6,176 

252 -5,456 5,312 

256 -4,440 5,900 

196 -3,356 4,064 



614 


3,602 


-670 


6,884 


- 40 


670 


305 


3,783 


-116 


8,285 


-297 


117 


249 


3,917 


- 3 


9,000 


3,343 


3 


996 


4,052 


j71 


8,731 


-341 


-572 



2,135 4,129 -967 



7,806 



-548 



1975 1 37,244 7,360 



-272 



6,988 



392 



272 



-3,012 3,000 



6,720 16,512 -716 35,448 1,076 



968 



476 


14,620 


- 32 


31,472 


2,344 


32 


1,092 


15, 176 


20 


32,476 


1,812 


- 20 


2,600 


15,596 


-284 


33,428 


3,288 


288 


4,488 


16,024 


-576 


34,224 


3,216 


572 



720 



'This item is the adjustment to take account of the accrued earnings of form operators arising out of the operations of the Canadian Wheat Board. See also 
footnote 1, table 1.4. Miscellaneous valuation adjustment. 3 For a breakdown between government and business, see table 1.2. For source see Table 1.9. 



22 



August, 1975 



I — Income and expenditure accounts 
Table 1.7: government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars) 



SECTION 3 
TABLE 1.7 

















revenue 


























direct 


taxes 








indi 


rect taxes 




year 






pe< 


sons 






corporate and government 


business 


enterprises 




quarter 


federal 
tax 

col lee- 
total federal 2 tions 2 


pro- 
vincial 


provin- non- 
cial tax resi- 
collec- dents 
tions federal 3 




total 


federal 1 


pro- 
vincial 


local 


Canada 
pension 

plan 


Quebec 
pension 
plan 






total 


federal 


pro- 
vincial 


local 4 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


40058 
40296 


40059 
40297 


40060 
40298 


40061 
40299 


40062 
40300 


40063 
40301 


40064 40065 40066 
40302 40303 40304 


40067 
40305 


40068 4 0069 
40306 40307 


40070 
40308 


40071 
40309 


40072 
40310 


40073 
40311 



1973 


17,064 


10,889 4,870 


- 


939 


366 


4,747 


1974 


21,022 


13,507 5,906 


- 


1,204 


405 


6,468 



1974 1 


4,831 


2,917 ' 


1,474 


2 


4,944 


3,301 ' 


1,127 


3 


5,542 


3,553 i 


,596 


4 


5,705 


3,736 ' 


,709 



1975 



6,002 3,660 1,864 



382 



1974 1 


19,436 


12,136 5,724 


- 


1,176 


2 


19,472 


13,100 4,924 


- 


1,012 


3 


22,048 


14,052 6,424 


- 


1,148 


4 


23,132 


14,740 6,552 


- 


1,480 



1975 1 24,260 15,212 7,2? 



1,352 



3,455 3,296 1,292 
4,618 4,243 1,850 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1,268 322 16,500 

1,612 430 20,541 



347 


93 


1,440 


1,028 


781 


412 


373 


75 


5,052 


1,987 


384 


132 


1,778 


1,269 


1,608 


509 


429 


120 


4,800 


2,025 


277 


116 


1,607 


1,147 


940 


460 


491 


76 


5,345 


2,197 


196 


64 


1,643 


1,174 


914 


469 


319 


159 


5,344 


2,286 



96 1,477 1,056 1,157 421 

seasonally adjusted at annual rates 

400 5,960 4,268 3,632 1,692 

436 6,484 4,632 4,348 1,852 

424 6,960 4,960 4,336 2,000 

360 6,468 4,612 4,656 1,856 



657 74 



5,837 6,094 4,569 
8,495 7,162 4,884 



1,850 1,215 

1,555 1,220 

1,926 1,222 

1,831 1,227 



5,197 1,805 2,064 1,328 



1,392 


336 


20,092 


8,268 


6,948 


4,876 


1,612 


412 


20,280 


8,284 


7,116 


4,880 


1,736 


476 


21,012 


8,780 


7,344 


4,888 


1,708 


496 


20,780 


8,648 


7,240 


4,892 



4 08 



6,108 4,380 5,400 1,728 2,512 328 20,532 7,488 7,716 5,328 















revenue 












year and 
quarter 




other 


current transfers 


from persons 








investment income 






total 


federal 


provincial 


local 


hospitals 






total 


federal 


provincial 


local 


hospitals 


pension plan 


CANSIM 
S.A. 


40074 
40312 


40075 
40313 


4 0076 
40314 


40077 
40315 


40078 
40316 


40079 
40317 


40080 
40318 


40081 
40319 


40082 
40320 


40083 
40321 


40084 
40322 


1973 
1974 


1,062 
1,108 


6 

7 


975 
1,020 


77 
77 


4 

4 


4,371 
5,463 


1,823 
1,946 


1,820 
2,640 


152 
162 


6 
6 


407 
498 



1975 1 



1975 1 



375 



1,188 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



974 1 


365 


2 


344 


18 


1 


1,188 


454 


557 


34 


1 


97 


2 


253 


2 


231 


19 


1 


1,319 


481 


608 


44 


1 


135 


3 


243 


2 


220 


20 


1 


1,360 


455 


701 


36 


2 


111 


4 


247 


1 


225 


20 


1 


1,596 


556 


774 


48 


2 


155 



352 20 1 1,641 544 

seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



876 



36 



1,096 



80 



6,480 



2,312 



3,180 



164 



119 



1974 1 


1,152 


8 


1,068 


72 


4 


4,728 


1.944 


1,988 


156 


4 


456 


2 


1,092 


8 


1,004 


76 


4 


5,296 


1,932 


2,520 


160 


4 


480 


3 


1,100 


8 


1,008 


80 


4 


5,708 


1,936 


2,852 


164 


8 


528 


4 


1,088 


4 


1,000 


80 


4 


6,120 


1,972 


3,200 


168 


8 


528 



560 



'Includes the taxes on life insurance companies introduced in 1969. At the present time, for National Accounts purposes, life insurance companies are 
treated as associations of individuals in so far as their investment activities are concerned. The 1969 taxes are thus included here pending a complete review of 
the treatment of insurance. 2 Excludes the special refundable tax on corporations introduced in May 1966. Refunding of the tax began in 1968. Withholding taxes. 
4 The quarterly figures of real property taxes unadjusted and seasonally adjusted are obtained by dividing annual totals by four. Since real property tax rates have 
been generally upward, this treatment gives rise to a fictitious seasonal between the fourth and first quarters in the seasonally adjusted taxes of series. For source 
see Table 1. 9. 



23 



SECTION 3 
TABLE 1.7 



Cont. I — Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars) — continued 



August, 1975 



revenue 




curren 


transfers 


from other 


levels of government 








total revenue 






and 
quarter 

total 


provinces 


local g 


overnments 


hospitals 




from 
Canada 


from local 
govern- 
ments 


from 
Canada 


from 
provinces 


from local 
from govern- 
provinces ments 


total 


federal 


pro- 
vincial 


local 


hospitals 


Canada 
pension 
plan 


Quebec 
pension 
plan 


CANSIM 40085 
S.A. 40323 


40086 
40324 


40087 
40325 


40088 
40326 


40089 
40327 


40090 40091 
40328 40329 


40092 
40330 


40093 
40331 


40094 
40332 


40095 
40333 


4 0096 
40334 


40097 
40335 


40098 
40336 



1973 
1974 



1974 1 
2 

3 
4 



12,326 
15,151 



3,418 
4,131 
3,719 
3,883 



4,694 
5,994 



1,472 
1,586 
1,438 
1,498 

2,076 



1975 1 4,512 



1974 



1975 1 17,976 7,516 



34 
31 



8 

4 

5 

14 



1 13,780 


5,412 


28 


2 15,388 


6,328 


40 


3 15,536 


6,068 


24 


4 15,900 


6,168 


32 



28 



113 
152 



32 
67 
19 

34 

19 



144 
164 
108 
192 

92 



377 
082 



3,088 
3,872 



20 
20 



56,392 
70,183 



22,332 19,779 9,288 3,118 
29,003 24,603 10,357 3,902 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1,005 
1,551 
1,231 
1,295 

1,317 



i| 

896 

918 

1,021 

1,037 

1,087 



16,369 
17,345 
17,892 
18,577 



6,463 
7,198 
7,430 
7,912 



6,117 
5,620 
6,346 
6,520 



2,304 
2,901 
2,528 
2,624 



903 

925 

1,029 

1,045 



19,278 7,141 7,661 2,720 1,094 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 

4,712 3,464 20 65,484 

5,164 3,672 20 68,424 

5,216 4,100 20 72,840 

5,236 4,252 20 73,984 



1,346 529 
1,702 616 



444 138 

519 182 

388 171 

351 125 

501 161 



26,960 


22,860 


9,960 


3,492 


1,632 


580 


28,368 


23,784 


10,444 


3,700 


1,492 


636 


30,212 


25,720 


10,456 


4,132 


1,676 


644 


30,472 


26,048 


1 0, 568 


4,284 


2,008 


604 



6,108 4,212 



20 



76,872 29,728 28,552 11,772 4,240 1,912 668 













current expe 


iditure 














year 




purchases of goods and services 5 




Canada 
pension 

plan 


Quebec 
pension 
plan 




transfer payments to pe 


rsons 




quarter 


total 


federal 


pro- 
vincial 


local 


Canada 
pension 
plan 


Quebec 
pension 
plan 




total 


federal 


defence provincial local 


hospital 


CANSIM 
S.A. 


40111 
40349 


401 12 
40350 


40113 40114 40115 
40351 40352 40353 


40116 
40354 


40553 
40556 


40554 
40557 


40117 
40355 


40118 
4 0356 


40119 
40357 


40120 
40358 


40121 
40359 


40122 
40360 



1973 


22,689 


6,078 


2 


174 


6,008 


7,546 


3,020 


25 


12 


11,200 


7,015 


3,581 


235 


256 


113 


1974 


27,374 


7,401 


2 


,548 


7,445 


8,821 


3,664 

unadjusted for 


28 

seasonol 


15 

variation 


13,715 


8,712 


4,244 


260 


364 


135 


1974 1 


6,457 


1,905 




627 


1,809 


1,935 


799 


6 


3 


3,481 


2,312 


995 


62 


81 


31 


2 


6,317 


1,658 




574 


1,642 


2,152 


857 


6 


2 


3,374 


2,180 


1,008 


65 


88 


33 


3 


6,943 


1,861 




662 


1,887 


2,167 


1,015 


8 


5 


3,352 


2,090 


1,070 


65 


92 


35 


4 


7,657 


1,977 




685 


2,107 


2,567 


993 


8 


5 


3,508 


2,130 


1,171 


68 


103 


36 



1975 1 7,590 2,160 



662 



2,176 2,265 



976 7 6 

seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



4,205 2,723 1,254 



69 



1975 1 29,628 7,928 



2,536 



8,220 9,512 3,916 



28 



24 



15,592 9,712 4,956 288 



118 



472 



41 



1974 1 


25,100 


6,964 


2,392 


6,780 


8,112 


3,208 


24 


12 


12,896 


8,272 


3,920 


256 


324 


124 


2 


26,788 


7,272 


2,572 


7,516 


8,480 


3,488 


24 


8 


13,344 


8,420 


4,176 


264 


352 


132 


3 


28,384 


7,708 


2,644 


7,380 


9,204 


4,040 


32 


20 


14,060 


8,992 


4,300 


260 


368 


140 


4 


29,224 


7,660 


2,584 


8, 104 


9,488 


3,920 


32 


20 


14,560 


9,164 


4,580 


260 


412 


144 



164 



5 See page 25. 



24 



Augu 


st, 


1975 






















SECTION 3 














1 — Income 


and expend 


ture accounts 






TABLE 


1. 7 - Cont. 






Table 1.7: 


government revenue, ex 


penditure 


and surplus or deficit. 


by level of 


government 


(mil lions 


of dollars 


I — continued 
















current 


expenditure 














year 














current 












and 
















transfers 












quarte 


r 




subsidies 






capital assistance 


to non 




interest or 


the public 


debt 


































total 


federal 


provincial 


total 


federal 


provincial 


— federal 


total 


federal 


pro vine 


al local 


hospitals 


CANSIM 


40124 


40125 


40126 


40127 


40128 


40129 


40130 


40131 


40132 


40133 


40134 


40555 


S. A. 




40362 


40363 


40364 


40365 


40366 


40367 


40368 


40369 


40370 


40371 


40372 


40558 


1973 




1,101 


738 


363 


295 


227 


68 


311 


4,680 


2,518 


1,370 


756 


36 


1974 




2,578 


2,022 


556 


273 


184 

unad|ust€ 


89 

d for seasona 


400 

1 variation 


5,329 


2,961 


1,503 


828 


37 


1974 


1 


562 


429 


133 


68 


47 


21 


106 


1,097 


613 


339 


139 


6 




2 


354 


282 


72 


78 


62 


16 


92 


1,432 


762 


389 


269 


12 




3 


750 


501 


249 


66 


40 


26 


107 


1,292 


786 


335 


163 


8 




4 


912 


810 


102 


61 


35 


26 


95 


1,508 


800 


440 


257 


11 


1975 


1 


999 


796 


203 


109 


65 


44 


141 


1,371 


809 


404 


152 


6 



1975 1 



3,956 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1974 1 


2,228 


1,704 


524 


232 


148 


84 


368 


4,704 


2,588 


1,292 


788 


36 


2 


1,640 


1,068 


572 


292 


228 


64 


364 


5,296 


2,896 


1,516 


848 


36 


3 


2,780 


2, 164 


616 


316 


212 


104 


392 


5,472 


3,080 


1,512 


840 


40 


4 


3,664 


3,152 


512 


252 


148 


104 


476 


5,844 


3,280 


1,692 


836 


36 



3,172 



784 



380 



204 



176 



484 



5,856 



3,412 1,540 



868 



36 



















current expenc 


iture 














year 

and 




current transfers 


to other 


evels of government 








total current expenditure 5 








Canada to 


pro 


vinces to 


local 


governments to 
















quarter 


























Canada 






local 


local 








Quebec 










govern- 


govern- 












pro- 






pension 


pension 






total 


provinces 


ments 


ments 


hospital s 


provinces hospitals 


total 


federal 


vincial 


local 


hospital 


» plan 


plan 


CANSIM 


40135 


40136 


40137 


40138 


40139 


40140 


40141 


40142 


40143 


40144 


40145 


40146 


40147 


40148 


S.A. 




40373 


40374 


40375 


40376 


40377 


40378 


40379 


40380 


40381 


40382 


40383 


40384 


40385 


40386 


1973 




12,326 


4,694 


113 


4,377 


3,088 


34 


20 


52,602 


21,694 


18,855 


8,591 


3,056 


281 


125 


1974 




15,151 


5,994 


152 


5,082 


3,872 


31 


20 


64,820 


27,826 


22,791 


9,960 


3,701 


392 


150 
















unad 


usted for seosonal variation 












1974 


1 


3,418 


1,472 


32 


1,005 


896 


8 


5 


15,189 


6,916 


5,198 


2,149 


805 


87 


34 




2 


4,131 


1,586 


67 


1,551 


918 


4 


5 


15,778 


6,689 


5,596 


2,495 


869 


94 


35 




3 


3,719 


1,438 


19 


1,231 


1,021 


5 


5 


16,229 


6,842 


5,819 


2,405 


1,023 


100 


40 




4 


3,883 


1,498 


34 


1,295 


1,037 


14 


5 


17,624 


7,379 


6,178 


2,911 


1,004 


111 


41 



1975 1 4,512 2,076 19 



1974 



1975 1 17,976 7,516 92 



1,317 1,087 8 5 18,927 8,789 

seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1 


13,780 


5,412 


144 


4,712 


3,464 


28 


20 


59,308 


25,600 


2 


15,388 


6,328 


164 


5,164 


3,672 


40 


20 


63,112 


26,740 


3 


15,536 


6,068 


108 


5,216 


4,100 


24 


20 


66, 940 


28,724 


4 


15,900 


6,168 


192 


5,236 


4,252 


32 


20 


69,920 


30,240 



6,108 4,212 



28 



20 



6,485 2,499 982 125 47 



20,776 9,204 3,244 

22,680 9,652 3,524 

23,228 10,348 4,080 

24,480 10,636 3,956 



73,872 32,520 25,996 10,716 3,952 500 188 



348 


136 


376 


140 


400 


160 


444 


164 



includes capital consumptions allowances as shown on page 26, col 



25 



SECTION 3 August, 1975 

TABLE 1.7 — Concl. I — Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars) — concluded 













surplus or 


deficit on 


3 national 


accounts basis 






year 








saving 










plus: capital consumption allowan 




quarter 


total 


federal 


provincial 


local 


hospitals 


Canada 
pension 
plan 


Quebec 
pension 
plan 




ces 




total 


federal provincial local 


hospitals 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


40149 
40387 


40150 
40388 


40151 
40389 


40152 
40390 


40153 
40391 


40154 
40392 


40155 
40393 


40099 
40337 


40100 40101 40102 
40338 40339 40340 


40103 
40341 



1973 
1974 


3,790 
5,363 


638 
1,177 


924 
1,812 


697 
397 


62 1,065 404 
201 1,310 466 

unadjusted for seasonal variation 


1,693 
1,939 


306 
350 


583 
664 


664 
764 


140 
161 


1974 1 
2 
3 
4 


1,180 

1,567 

1,663 

953 


-453 
509 
588 
533 


919 

24 

527 

342 


155 

406 

123 

-287 


98 357 1 04 

56 425 147 

6 288 131 

41 240 84 


461 
477 
493 
508 


83 
86 
89 
92 


158 
163 
169 
174 


182 
188 
194 
200 


38 
40 
41 
42 



1975 1 351 -1,648 1,176 221 112 376 114 524 95 179 207 43 

seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1974 1 


6, 176 


1,360 


2,084 


756 


248 


1,284 


444 


1,844 


332 


632 


728 


152 


2 


5,312 


1,628 


1, 104 


792 


176 


1,116 


496 


1,908 


344 


652 


752 


160 


3 


5,900 


1,488 


2,492 


108 


52 


1,276 


484 


1,972 


356 


676 


776 


164 


4 


4,064 


232 


1,568 


- 68 


328 


1,564 


440 


2,032 


368 


696 


800 


168 



1975 1 3,000 -2,792 2,556 1,056 288 1,412 480 2,096 380 716 828 172 













surplus or deficit on a national 


accounts basis 








year 




deduct 


gross capita 


1 formation 






equals: 


surplus (+) or deficit (-) 






quarter 




federal 


provincial 


local hospitals 


Canada 
pension 
plan 


Quebec 
pension 
plan 




total 


federal 


provincial 


local 


hospitals totol 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


40156 
4 0394 


40157 
40395 


40158 
4 0396 


40159 
40397 


40160 40168 
40398 40406 


40169 
40407 


40170 
40408 


40171 40172 
40409 40410 


40173 
40411 


40174 
40412 



1973 


4,290 


722 


1,637 


1,676 


255 


1,193 


222 


-130 


-315 


- 53 


1,065 


404 


1974 


5,374 


934 


2,066 


2,094 


280 

unad 


1,928 

usted for seasona 


593 

variation 


410 


-933 


82 


1,310 


466 


1974 1 


933 


180 


397 


294 


62 


708 


-550 


680 


43 


74 


357 


104 


2 


1,221 


199 


400 


554 


68 


823 


396 


-213 


40 


28 


425 


147 


3 


1,689 


285 


636 


692 


76 


467 


392 


60 


-375 


- 29 


288 


131 


4 


1,531 


270 


633 


554 


74 


- 70 


355 


-117 


-641 


9 


240 


84 



1975 1 1,213 225 568 351 69 -338 -1,778 787 77 86 376 114 

seasonally adjusted ot annual rates 



1974 1 


4,788 


788 


1,760 


1,956 


284 


3,232 


904 


956 


-472 


116 


1,284 


444 


2 


5,180 


884 


1,928 


2,084 


284 


2,040 


1,088 


-172 


-540 


52 


1,116 


496 


3 


5,624 


992 


2,220 


2,144 


268 


2,248 


852 


948 


-1,260 


- 52 


1,276 


484 


4 


5,904 


1,072 


2,356 


2, 192 


284 


192 


-472 


- 92 


-1,460 


212 


1,564 


440 



1975 1 6,084 976 2,480 2,308 320 -988 -3,388 792 -424 140 1,412 480 

For source see Table 1.9. 



26 



August, 1975 SECTION 3 

I — Income and expenditure accounts TABLES 1.8 and 1.9 

Table 1.8: implicit price indexes', gross national expenditure (1971 - 100.0) based on seasonally adjusted data 







personal expend 


ture on consumer goods and 


services 


government 




gross fixed 


capital formation 


year 






government 


























quarter 






semi- 


non- 




expenditure 






non- 








durable 


durable 


durable 




on goods 






residential 


machinery 




total 


goods 


goods 


goods 


services 


and services 


total 


total 


construction 


and equipment 


CANSIM 


40626 


40627 


40628 


40629 


40630 


40631 


40632 


40633 


40634 


40635 


1973 


111.1 


103.5 


108.1 


116.1 


111.3 


115.2 


113.0 


114.9 


116.1 


107.7 


1974 


122.8 


112.6 


119.8 


130.9 


121.7 


128.8 


130.7 


132.8 


135.0 


120.8 


1974 1 


117.2 


107.5 


115.1 


124.4 


116.2 


121.5 


122.7 


124.2 


125.6 


115.3 


2 


120.8 


111.0 


118.5 


129.1 


119.3 


125.2 


128.9 


132.5 


134.9 


118.9 


3 


124.4 


113.6 


121.7 


132.4 


123.6 


132.8 


133.9 


135.4 


138.2 


121.0 


4 


128.9 


118.9 


123.7 


137.4 


127.7 


135.4 


137.6 


138.6 


140.7 


127.3 



1975 1 131.3 121.3 125.0 140.3 130.4 136.3 140.1 139.0 140.8 128.8 







gross 


fixed 


capital formation 














deduct: 




















go 


exports of 
jds and services 


goods 


imports of 
and services 










b 


usiness 








gross na- 
tional expendi- 
ture in constant 
(1971) dollars 




total 


residential 
construction 


non-residential 
construction 


machinery 
and equipment 


total 




of which: 
merchandise 


total 


of which: 
merchandi se 


CANSIM 


40636 


40637 




40638 




40639 




4 0640 




40641 


40642 


40643 


40625 


1973 
1974 


112.7 
130.3 


119.4 
143.0 




113.8 
130.1 




107.3 
122.8 




117.6 
153.3 




118.3 
158.4 


112.0 
135.2 


111.0 
136.7 


113.7 
129.4 


1974 1 
2 
3 

4 


122.4 
128.3 
133.6 
137.3 


133.3 
140.8 
149.1 
151.0 




123.3 
129.6 
132.8 
134.4 




114.8 
119.1 
125.3 
132.3 




141.2 
152.8 
156.4 
163.3 




145.5 
158.6 
161.4 
168.7 


123.2 
132.1 
138.5 
146.8 


122.7 
133.0 
140.2 
150.3 


123.0 
127.3 
132.7 
134.6 



1975 1 140.3 160.1 135.5 135.1 166.9 173.0 151.5 156.3 136.9 

'These implicit indexes are currently weighted price indexes. They reflect not only pure price changes, but olso changing expenditure patterns within and 
between major groups. Quarter-to-quarter comparisons based on the seasonally adjusted data are less subject to the problem of shifting weights than are similar 
comparisons based on data unadjusted for seasonality, and therefore may be used os indicators of price change. For source see Table 1.9. 



Table 1.9: relation between gross national product at market prices and gross domestic product at factor cost (millions of dollars) 

deduct: add: deduct: add: 



year gross investment gross investment investment 

and national income investment gross national income income gross 

quarter product residual indirect received income domestic product residual indirect received paid domestic 

at market error of taxes less from non- paid to non- product at at market error of taxes less from non- to non- product at 

prices estimate subsidies residents residents factor cost prices estimate subsidies residents residents factor cost 

CANSIM 40193 40194 40195 40196 40197 40198 

S. A. 40550 40431 40432 40433 40434 40435 



1973 


120,438 


446 


-15,399 -1 


,178 


2,979 


107,286 


1974 


140,880 


218 


-17,963 -1 


,334 


3,576 


125,377 



unadjusted for seasonal variation seasonally adjusted at annual rates 

1974 1 31,154 670 -4,490 -276 769 27,827 134,340 32 -17,864 -1,160 3,232 118,580 



2 


33,902 


116 


- 4,446 


-366 


858 


30, 064 


138,592 


- 20 


-18,640 


-1,484 


3,472 


121,920 


3 


39,019 


3 


- 4,595 


-344 


771 


34,854 


144,444 


284 


-18,232 


-1 , 432 


3,604 


128,668 


4 


36,805 


-571 


- 4,432 


-348 


1,178 


32,632 


146,144 


576 


-17,116 


-1,260 


3,996 


132,340 



1975 1 33,990 967 -4,198 -348 874 31,285 146,512 716 -16,576 -1,456 3,648 132,844 

Source: Notional Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 



27 



SECTION 3 August, 1975 

TABLE 2. 1 2 — Domestic product by industry 



Table 2.1: Real domestic product," by industry of origin, volume indexes (1961 - 100) 2 based on the 1960 standard industrial classificat 



ion 





real 

domestic 

product 


agri- 
culture 


forestry 


fishing 

and 

trapping 


mines 

(including 

milling) 

quarries 

and 

oil wel Is 




manufacturing 


con- 
struction 


transportation, storage 
and communication 


electric 


year and 
quarter 


total 


non- 
durable durable 


total 


trans- 
portation 


commu- 
nication 


and water 
utilities 














1961 


industry weights 














1 00. 000 


4.525 


1.231 


0.259 


4.564 


24. 943 


13.933 11.010 


5.803 


9.910 


6.873 


2.738 


2.908 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


5920 
6006 


5921 
6007 


592 3 
6009 


5924 
6010 


5925 
6011 


5929 
6015 


5930 5943 
6016 6029 


5952 
6038 


5956 
6042 


5957 
6043 


5965 
6051 


5953 
6039 



1973 


197.2 


142.3 


158.0 


102.6 


210.5 


211.8 


184.2 


246.7 


178.0 


216.7 


222.9 


211.3 


247.2 


1974 


204.4 


132.3 


158.0 


86.6 


207.0 


217.4 


188.6 


254.0 


177.8 


232.6 


237.1 


234.0 


265.5 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 
1973 4 201.3 56.1 183.6 91.9 219.7 218.4 190.6 253.6 186.2 224.9 229.7 223.5 263.3 



1974 1 


196.6 


58.5 


158.0 


44.0 


207.6 


219.1 


187.6 


258.9 


155.4 


220.6 


224.3 


223.6 


308.2 


2 


207.3 


129.1 


132. 1 


71.0 


211.5 


225.0 


194.3 


264.0 


175.1 


235.8 


242.4 


231.5 


250.7 


3 


210.0 


289.2 


161.7 


162.7 


199.4 


210.3 


187.1 


239.6 


202.4 


238.8 


245.4 


235.9 


225.5 


4 


203.8 


52.4 


180.5 


69.3 


209.4 


215.2 


185.1 


253.2 


178.3 


235.3 


236.3 


245.2 


278.2 



1975 1 192. 7r 54.1 r 140.8 39.9, 194. 2r 202.9, 177.5, 235.2, 140.1 223.8, 219.9, 248.0 317.2, 

adjusted for seasonal variation 
1973 4 200.9 140.6 164.8 115.5 216.2 215.5 188.0 250.3 180.5 224.3 230.4 219.8 255.7 



1974 1 


205.0 


137.7 


164.4 


94.4 


208.4 


222.4 


193.3 


259.3 


184.3 


229.8 


236.5 


224.0 


263.4 


2 


205.3 


134.3 


160.2 


84.4 


211.7 


219.0 


191.4 


253.9 


180.5 


231.4 


235.9 


232.2 


264.2 


3 


204.8 


129.4 


149.5 


87.4 


203.8 


216.6 


188.0 


252.8 


176.2 


234.8 


239.3 


237.8 


267.6 


4 


203.1 


129.3 


159.9 


76.4 


205.0 


212.5 


182.7 


250.3 


172.2 


233.8 


235.8 


242.0 


269.6 



1975 1 201.6, 146.5, 146.9 73.1, 196.1, 206.3, 183.2, 235.4, 166.6, 231.5, 229.8, 248.3 270.5, 

community special industry groupings 

business 



finance and public commercial 

trade insurance personal adminis- goods- service- industries non- index of 



year and 
quarter 








and 

real estate 


service 

industries 


tration and 
defence 


producing 
industries 


producing 
industries 


commercia 
industries 


less 
agriculture 


commercia 
industries 




total 


wholesale 


retai 1 


production 














1961 indus 


try weights 














12.973 


4.906 


8.067 


11.831 


13.821 


7.232 


44.233 


55.767 


85.478 


80.953 


14.522 


32.415 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


5966 
6052 


5967 
6053 


5976 
6062 


5989 
6075 


5990 
6076 


5998 
6084 


5999 
6085 


6001 
6087 


6002 
6088 


6003 
6089 


6004 
6090 


6005 
6091 


1973 
1974 


192.5 
201.3 


206.0 
219.8 


184.3 
190.1 


197.4 
208.0 


202.7 
213.2 


148.9 
156.6 


200.3 
203.2 


194.7 
205.4 


201.1 
208.4 


204.4 
212.6 


174.5 
181.4 


214.8 
220.3 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1973 4 211.2 212.8 210.3 202.2 208:4 149.7 199.0 203.1 205.1 213.4 178.6 222.6 

1974 1 183.7 207.9 169.0 202.2 211.7 150.8 196.3 196.9 199.3 207.2 180.7 225.5 

2 211.1 235.4 196.2 207.0 215.8 157.0 205.5 208.8 211.3 215.9 183.9 225.4 

3 197.6 218.9 184.6 211.4 207.7 161.5 215.6 205.7 216.0 211.9 175.0 210.1 

4 212.9 217.1 210.4 211.2 217.6 157.1 195.4 210.4 206.9 215.5 185.7 220.0 

1975 1 177.0 197.6 164.4, 210.7 217.6, 158.8, 183.4, 200.2, 193.6, 201.4 187.6, 212.0, 

adjusted for seasonal variation 

1973 4 192.6 205.2 184.9 202.5 206.5 151.8 203.9 198.5 205.0 208.6 176.6 219.2 

1974 1 201.5 221.9 189.1 204.1 210.6 152.9 207.6 203.0 209.6 213.6 178.2 224.1 

2 204.5 224.9 192.1 207.3 212.2 156.2 205.1 205.5 209.5 213.7 180.8 222.0 

3 204.5 222.2 193.7 208.9 214.1 158.2 201.8 207.2 208.5 213.0 182.7 219.4 

4 195.1 210.5 185.7 211.3 216.0 159.3 199.4 205.9 206.4 210.7 183.6 216.6 

1975 1 196.1 210.3 187.4, 212.6 216.6, 160.5, 195.7 206.4 204.5 207.7, 184.7, 210.6, 

'The average of the monthly series may not equal the annual level due to rounding. 

Sources: Indexes of Real Domestic Products by Industry (Including the Index of Industrial Production) (61-005) and Indexes of Real Domestic Product by 
Industry, 1961 - 100, Occasionol (61-510), Statistics Canada. 



28 



August, 1975 SECTION 3 

2 - Domestic product by industry TABLE 2.2 

Table 2.2: Real domestic product,' by industry of origin, volume indexes (1961 " 100) based on the 1960 standard industrial classification 





real 

domestic 

product 


index 
of indus- 
trial pro- 
duction 2 


agri- 
culture 


forestry 


fishing 

and 

trapping 


con- 
struction 


transportation, store 
and communication 


ge 






trade 








total 


wholesale trade 


retail 
trade 




year 

and 
month 


total 


whole- 
sale 
mer- 
chants 


finance, 


trans- 
total portation storage 


commu- 
nication 


and real 
estate 
















1961 industry weights 
















1 00. 000 


32.415 


4.525 


1.231 


0.259 


5.803 


9.910 6.873 0.299 


2.738 


12.973 


4.906 


3.491 


8.067 


11.831 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


100000 
100051 


100050 
100101 


100001 
100052 


1 00003 
1 00054 


1 00004 
100055 


100009 
100060 


100011 100012 100018 
100062 100063 100069 


100020 
100071 


100021 
100072 


100022 
100073 


1 00023 
1 00074 


100024 
100075 


1 00035 
1 00086 



1973 


197.2 


214.9 


142.3 


158.0 


102.6 


178.0 


216.7 


222.9 


123.9 


193.9 


192.5 


206.0 


219.4 


184.2 


197.4 


1974 


204.4 


220.3 


132.3 


158.0 


86.6 


177.8 


232.5 


237.1 


116.0 


234.0 


201.3 


219.9 


236.5 


190.1 


208.8 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 M 


198.5 


215.5 


152.4 


129.3 


84.4 


171.6 


220.1 


229.3 


126.1 


207.1 


200.9 


221.5 


242.3 


188.3 


194.5 


J 


197.8 


222.5 


17.6 


144.3 


139.6 


193.0 


225.2 


235.8 


129.8 


209.0 


201.5 


217.9 


237.2 


191.5 


197.3 


J 


188.1 


199.0 


45.4 


157.8 


230.4 


201.0 


219.8 


227.8 


135.7 


209.1 


186.7 


201.6 


217.7 


177.7 


200.3 


A 


183.9 


198.0 


21.0 


165.8 


187.0 


207.5 


198.5 


196.9 


111.4 


212.2 


178.6 


194.1 


2 07.7 


169.2 


201.5 


S 


240.2 


217.9 1 


,000.3 


169.0 


121.2 


207.8 


223.2 


231.3 


124.0 


213.6 


189.5 


202.4 


218.6 


181.7 


201.5 





201.2 


223.5 


46.3 


190.2 


127.9 


206.8 


229.0 


236.7 


140.1 


219.6 


198.4 


216.5 


232.2 


187.4 


202.6 


N 


204.6 


228.7 


72.6 


191.1 


61.4 


188.7 


227.2 


232.3 


129.9 


225.2 


213.2 


219.6 


232.1 


209.3 


202.4 


D 


197.6 


215.6 


49.5 


169.6 


86.5 


163.1 


218.6 


220.1 


119.2 


225.6 


222.1 


202.4 


207.3 


234.1 


201.7 


1974 J 


190.8 


218.3 


58.0 


133.3 


43.8 


151.2 


214.7 


217.0 


105.6 


220.9 


171.0 


185.4 


188.8 


162.2 


200.4 


F 


198.4 


228.6 


65.1 


168.5 


41.6 


157.3 


218.4 


221.1 


104.6 


224.2 


187.1 


215.9 


224.6 


169.6 


202.1 


M 


200.5 


229.4 


52.5 


172.3 


46.7 


157.7 


228.6 


234.9 


109.9 


225.6 


193.0 


222.5 


236.7 


175.1 


204.1 


A 


205.2 


225.9 


180.1 


121.1 


32.6 


164.6 


226.4 


230.7 


114.5 


227.8 


197.0 


214.3 


230.5 


186.4 


204.3 


M 


209.2 


222.4 


171.2 


128.3 


75.1 


172.7 


239.2 


246.4 


121.3 


233.8 


218.2 


246.8 


271.7 


200.8 


207.2 


J 


207.5 


228.0 


36.0 


146.9 


105.3 


187.9 


241.8 


250.1 


132.5 


232.9 


218.1 


245.2 


271.4 


201.6 


209.5 


J 


196.0 


201.8 


47.9 


139.1 


219.3 


199.9 


241.2 


247.7 


151.0 


234.8 


198.6 


219.8 


240.8 


185.8 


211.1 


A 


195.8 


206.6 


32.0 


158.7 


172.4 


203.4 


239.3 


247.1 


96.3 


235.3 


191.2 


209.7 


229.3 


179.9 


211.5 


S 


238.3 


221.8 


787.6 


187.2 


96.4 


203.9 


235.8 


241.3 


93.5 


237.5 


202.8 


227.3 


251.5 


188.0 


211.7 


O 


206.0 


225.0 


46.2 


184.5 


75.6 


199.1 


239.7 


243.9 


126.0 


241.6 


208.4 


233.7 


255.7 


193.1 


211.1 


N 


206.0 


225.2 


61.0 


191.6 


50.4 


183.0 


235.4 


236.3 


120.3 


245.6 


209.5 


219.4 


233.8 


203.5 


211.5 


D 


199.3 


210.8 


50.1 


165.4 


81.9 


152.9 


230.7 


228.5 


116.2 


248.5 


220.8 


198.1 


203.7 


234.6 


210.9 


1975 J 


188.1 


205.7 


59.2 


127.0 


39.0 


139.1 


220.2 


215.8 


102.5 


244.2 


162.8 


176.3 


180.6 


154.5 


209.7 


F 


195.6r 


216. Or 


59.6 


154.1 


37.2 


142. Or 


225.7 


221.6 


85.7 


251.3 


183. 7r 


207.7 


214.7 


169.2 


210. 3r 


M 


194.5, 


214.2 r 


43. 4r 


141.2 


43. 7 r 


139.2 


225. 4 r 


222. 3r 


85.0 


248. 5 r 


184. 4r 


208.8 


222.1 


169. 6, 


212. 2, 


A 


203.5 


213.6 r 


195. 4r 


112.9 


31. Or 


145.5 


230.6 r 


227. Or 


119.4 


251. 8r 


197. 4r 


213. Or 


229.1 r 


187.9r 


212. 5r 


M 


205.0 


209.8 


171.6 


87.0 


73.5 


160.8 


236.2 


234.7 


130.4 


251.5 


212.0 


232.3 


256.2 


199.7 


213.2 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 M 


196.5 


213.9 


143.7 


159.9 


82.1 


179.3 


216.9 


224.5 


124.2 


207.9 


192.5 


209.6 


224.2 


182.0 


195.2 


J 


196. 9 


216.7 


130.5 


142. 9 


96.2 


179.7 


217.5 


224.9 


116.5 


209.9 


192.2 


207.3 


218.3 


183.1 


195.7 


J 


198.0 


216.6 


135.7 


155.9 


100.1 


180.1 


219.0 


226.4 


115.0 


211.7 


195.0 


209.4 


221.2 


186.2 


197. 1 


A 


193.4 


210.5 


143.4 


151.3 


100.6 


178.8 


192.8 


188.3 


114.4 


212.7 


190.3 


199.0 


209.1 


185.0 


199.1 


S 


196.5 


214.0 


141.2 


155.1 


104. 1 


177.2 


217.6 


223.1 


116.7 


214.9 


186.6 


195.3 


207.1 


181.4 


199.8 





199.6 


217.9 


135.0 


162.9 


108.0 


180.7 


224.6 


231.7 


126.0 


217.4 


190.4 


2 00.8 


211.5 


184.1 


2 01.6 


N 


201.0 


219.8 


138.8 


162.5 


110.0 


179.3 


224.4 


230.4 


122.2 


22 0.3 


193.8 


207.2 


219.9 


185.6 


202.4 


D 


201.8 


219.9 


148.1 


169.0 


128.6 


181.4 


223.9 


229.1 


123.6 


221.7 


193.7 


207.7 


222.4 


185.1 


203.5 


1974 J 


203.2 


222.3 


132.8 


161.8 


109.5 


183.4 


228.0 


234.7 


121.8 


223.0 


197.5 


215.3 


229.6 


186.7 


203.3 


F 


205.6 


224.6 


140.0 


160.2 


89.2 


184.3 


229.7 


236.5 


124.8 


223.8 


204.3 


226.2 


243.5 


191.0 


204.1 


M 


2 06.3 


225.4 


140.2 


171.3 


84.5 


185.2 


231.6 


238.2 


138.2 


225.3 


202.6 


224.1 


241.3 


189.6 


204.8 


A 


204.7 


222.8 


138.3 


172.9 


89.5 


185.0 


226.4 


230.2 


128.1 


227.6 


198.8 


215.0 


229.3 


189.0 


206.2 


M 


206.0 


221.3 


135.3 


167.8 


82.3 


181.9 


234.8 


240.1 


119.0 


234.1 


206.8 


229.3 


246.4 


193.1 


207.8 


J 


205.2 


222.0 


129.4 


139.8 


81.4 


174.6 


233.1 


237.4 


118.3 


234.9 


207.8 


230.4 


247.2 


194.1 


207.9 


J 


205.6 


219.9 


129.6 


137.9 


90.2 


178.3 


238.2 


243.5 


123.0 


237.5 


208. 1 


230.0 


248.1 


194.7 


208.0 


A 


204.7 


219.6 


128.5 


144.6 


83.4 


175.9 


235.5 


240.6 


101.5 


237.4 


203.7 


216.3 


233.2 


196.1 


208.7 


S 


204.1 


218.6 


130.0 


165.9 


88.7 


174.3 


230.6 


233.8 


88.0 


238.3 


201.6 


220.3 


239.4 


190.2 


209.9 





204.0 


218.6 


128.5 


157.6 


70.3 


174.0 


233.3 


236.0 


108.6 


239.9 


199.1 


215.4 


232.8 


189.2 


210.0 


N 


202.4 


216.3 


128.4 


157.4 


70.1 


172.4 


232.8 


234.6 


107.6 


242.0 


192.4 


209.5 


224.7 


182.0 


211.3 


D 


202.8 


214.8 


131.1 


164.8 


88.6 


170.2 


235.2 


236.7 


117.7 


244.2 


193.7 


206.6 


222.6 


185.9 


212.6 


1975 J 


201.3 


209.6 


147.8 


154.2 


70.2 


167.6 


233.0 


232.1 


125.4 


246.8 


194.0 


206.2 


221.6 


186.6 


212.4 


F 


202. 7 r 


211.6 r 


146.9 


146.2 


75.6 


166. 7r 


235.4 r 


235.4, 


113.2 


249.0 


198.7 


213.8 


230.9 


189.5 


212.7 


M 


200.9 


210. 5r 


144. 7r 


140.3 


73. 5 r 


165.5 


226.0, 


222.0, 


105.2 


249.2, 


195.6, 


210.9, 


226.7, 


186.2, 


212.8 


A 


201. 8 , 


210. Or 


149. 6r 


150.1 


74. 8 r 


164.6 


231.6, 


227.9, 


133.9 


251.6, 


195.5, 


209.3, 


223.5, 


187.0, 


213.8 


M 


201.8 


208.9 


148.9 


124.3 


81.8 


167.1 


233.1 


229.7 


126.2 


253.1 


198.1 


213.3 


229.5 


188.8 


213.4 



'See footnote on page 28. 2 For detail breakdown see Table 2.3 of this section. For source see Table 2.3. 



29 



SECTION 3 

TABLE 2. 2 - Concl. 



August, 19751 



2 - Domestic product by industry 
Table 2.2: Real domestic product, by industry of origin, volume indexes (1961 = 100) based on the 1960 standard industrial classification — concluded 







community bu 


siness and 


personal service industries 


public 
admi- 
nistra- 
tion and 
defence 






special 


industry 


groupings 








real 

domestic 
product 
less agri- 
culture 


goods 
pro- 
ducing 
indus- 
tries 


goods 
pro- 
ducing 
indus- 
tries 
less agr 
culture 


service 
pro- 
ducing 
-indus- 
tries 


commer- 
cial in- 
dustries 


com- 
mercial 
indus- 
tries 
less 
agri- 
culture 




year 
and 
month 


total 


education 
and 
related 
services 


health 
and 

welfare 
services 


motion 
picture 
and re- 
creational 
services 


services 
to 

business 
mana- 
gement 


personal 
services 


non-com- 
mercial 
industries 
















1961 indu; 


try weights 
















13.821 


3.450 


3.476 


0.400 


1.616 


3.766 


7.232 


95.475 


44. 233 


39.708 


55.767 


85.478 


80.953 


14.522 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


1 00036 
100087 


100037 
100088 


100038 
100089 


100039 
100090 


100040 
100091 


100041 
100092 


100043 
1 00094 


100002 
1 00053 


1 00044 
100095 


100045 
100096 


1 00046 
100097 


100047 
100098 


100048 
100099 


100049 
100100 


1973 
1974 


202.7 
213.2 


241.6 
250.2 


197.5 
208.2 


207.6 
221.2 


227.8 
247.4 


154.1 
160.9 


148.9 
156.6 


199.7 
207.8 


200.3 
203.2 


206.9 
211.2 


194.7 
205.4 


201.0 
208.3 


204.3 
212.6 


174.5 
181.3 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 M 


204.3 


252.2 


196.3 


213.5 


223.9 


152.3 


149.6 


2 00.6 


2 00.1 


205.5 


197.2 


202.0 


204.8 


177.3 


J 


207.7 


248.2 


198.2 


24 0.3 


227.5 


161.8 


152.7 


206.3 


195.0 


215.3 


200.0 


201.1 


211.4 


178.5 


J 


192.2 


181.6 


200.0 


250.9 


228.3 


163.2 


153.6 


194.9 


182.6 


198.2 


192.5 


192.3 


200.5 


163.5 


A 


191.2 


172.3 


199.9 


246.6 


232.8 


165.1 


154.2 


191.7 


180.1 


198.3 


187.0 


187.8 


197.1 


161.4 


S 


206.5 


242.9 


199.4 


209.4 


233.1 


162.2 


150.0 


204.2 


294.5 


214.1 


197.1 


251.2 


209.3 


175.6 


O 


208.2 


254.1 


199.6 


202.6 


234.9 


157.0 


150.1 


208.5 


201.5 


219.2 


200.9 


205.1 


213.9 


178.2 


N 


209.2 


259.6 


200.1 


195.4 


236.6 


154.7 


149.4 


210.9 


205.2 


220.3 


204.2 


209.0 


216.6 


179.0 


D 


207.8 


258.0 


200.5 


184.6 


240.3 


150.7 


149.5 


204.6 


189.3 


205.3 


204.2 


200.8 


209.3 


178.7 


1974 J 


209.7 


260.7 


201.0 


192.0 


246.7 


149.8 


149.1 


197.1 


189.7 


204.7 


191.7 


192.8 


200.4 


179.2 


F 


212.0 


264.1 


201.9 


198.9 


244.4 


154.8 


150.6 


204.7 


199.8 


215.1 


197.3 


201.4 


209.0 


180.7 


M 


213.5 


265.5 


202.9 


200.3 


246.7 


156.2 


152.8 


207.6 


199.3 


216.0 


201.6 


203.6 


212.1 


182.3 


A 


213.4 


264. 9 


203.8 


209.8 


245.2 


154.9 


152.9 


206.4 


209.1 


212.5 


202.1 


209.1 


210.8 


182.2 


M 


214.8 


258.6 


205.7 


240.8 


244.7 


159.8 


157.0 


211.0 


207.1 


211.2 


210.8 


213.6 


215.9 


183.3 


J 


219.3 


257.8 


210.0 


251.0 


249.3 


169.0 


161.1 


215.6 


200. 1 


218.8 


213.4 


211.1 


220.9 


186.2 


J 


202.9 


191.2 


210.5 


261.7 


247.9 


169.5 


163.9 


203.0 


184.2 


199.7 


205.4 


200.1 


208.7 


171.7 


A 


201.8 


182.9 


210.7 


247.0 


250.1 


172.5 


163.0 


203.6 


186.8 


204.4 


203.0 


200.4 


209.8 


169.2 


S 


218.5 


257.7 


2 09.9 


222.7 


250.8 


169.0 


157.8 


212.2 


275.7 


217.3 


208.6 


247.5 


217.3 


184.0 


O 


218.7 


264.6 


210.9 


220.8 


250.7 


162.1 


156.4 


213.6 


200.6 


218.2 


210.3 


209.6 


218.8 


184.9 


N 


218.4 


268.9 


211.3 


210.1 


249.1 


158.7 


157.6 


212.8 


200.9 


216.8 


210.0 


209.3 


217.6 


186.5 


D 


215.7 


266.1 


212.3 


198.8 


243.1 


154.9 


157.4 


206.4 


184.7 


200.1 


211.0 


201.7 


210.1 


185.7 


1975 J 


215.7 


268.1 


213.4 


203.5 


243.2 


152.2 


158.1 


194.2 


178.8 


192.5 


195.4 


188.3 


195.6 


186.6 


F 


218. Or 


270. 5 r 


214.0 


204. 8 r 


246. 3 r 


155.8 


158.9 


202.1 


187.5r 


202.1 


202.1 


197.0 


204.7 


187. 6r 


M 


219.1 r 


272.2 r 


215. 3r 


206.8 


247.3 


156.7 


159.6 


201.7 


183. 8r 


199.8r 


203. Or 


195.5r 


204.0 


188. 6r 


A 


218. 7r 


269. 2, 


216. Or 


215.4 


245.8 


156.8 


160. 7 r 


203. 8 r 


199. Or 


199.4 r 


207. Or 


206. Or 


206. 6 r 


188. 5, 


M 


221.0 


267.3 


217.9 


238.3 


246.5 


161.8 


165.4 


206.6 


195.2 


197.9 


212.8 


207.4 


209.4 


191.0 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 M 


201.2 


240.4 


196.6 


205.1 


223.9 


152.6 


148.6 


199.0 


199.9 


206.3 


193.9 


200.3 


203.5 


174.1 


J 


201.9 


239.7 


197. 1 


209.8 


224.6 


154.3 


148.7 


200.1 


200.3 


208.2 


194.2 


2 00.8 


204.7 


174.1 


J 


202.1 


239.7 


197.6 


213.2 


225.6 


154.3 


148.6 


200.9 


2 01.2 


208.6 


195.4 


202.1 


205.8 


173.9 


A 


202.9 


240.4 


198.6 


213.1 


227.9 


155.0 


149.8 


195.8 


197.1 


203.3 


190.5 


196.6 


199.6 


174.7 


S 


203.1 


238.8 


199. 1 


206.3 


229.3 


155.6 


149.6 


199.1 


199.3 


206.0 


194.2 


2 00.3 


203.6 


174.2 


O 


205.5 


243.6 


199.8 


207.0 


234.2 


156.2 


151.3 


202.7 


202.2 


209.9 


197.5 


203.6 


207.4 


176.2 


N 


206.7 


244.3 


200.4 


207.5 


237.5 


157.1 


151.9 


203.9 


203.7 


211. 1 


198.8 


205.1 


208.8 


176.8 


D 


207.4 


243.9 


201.0 


208.6 


240.0 


157.7 


152.0 


204.3 


205.2 


211.7 


199.1 


2 06.1 


209.3 


176.7 


1974 J 


209.6 


245.7 


201.2 


213.1 


246.7 


159.7 


151.5 


206.5 


205.7 


214.0 


201.2 


207.6 


211.8 


177.0 


F 


210.8 


247.8 


203.0 


216.7 


245.7 


160.8 


152.7 


208.7 


208.1 


215.8 


203.7 


210.3 


214.2 


178.3 


M 


211.4 


247.4 


204.2 


223.7 


247.9 


160.1 


154.4 


209.5 


209.1 


216.9 


204.1 


210.9 


214.9 


179.3 


A 


212.0 


249.4 


205.2 


224.4 


246.7 


160.5 


155.1 


207.9 


207.0 


214.9 


202.9 


208.9 


212.8 


180.2 


M 


212.2 


248.7 


206.1 


226.1 


244.7 


160.8 


156.5 


209.4 


205.1 


213.0 


206.8 


210.3 


214.5 


180.7 


J 


212.5 


249.0 


208.3 


218.8 


244.4 


160.5 


157.1 


2 08.8 


203.2 


211.6 


206.9 


209.3 


213.7 


181.5 


J 


213.4 


252.6 


208.4 


222.2 


244.9 


160. 1 


157.8 


209.2 


202.2 


210.5 


208.2 


209.5 


213.9 


182.5 


A 


213.9 


252.3 


208.7 


218.5 


244.7 


161.6 


158.6 


208.3 


201.7 


210.0 


207.1 


208.4 


212.9 


182.8 


S 


214.9 


253.4 


209.6 


219.6 


246.6 


162.2 


158.3 


207.6 


201.5 


209.7 


206.2 


207.7 


212.1 


182.9 


O 


215.8 


253.7 


211.1 


220.8 


248.2 


162.7 


158.4 


207.5 


201.0 


209.2 


206.4 


207.5 


211.9 


183.3 


N 


216.0 


252.9 


211.7 


223.3 


250.1 


162.1 


159.2 


205.9 


199.1 


207.1 


205.1 


205.6 


209.9 


183.7 


D 


216.2 


251.8 


212.9 


224.6 


250.6 


162.2 


160.1 


206.2 


198.3 


205.9 


206.3 


206.0 


210.1 


183.9 


1975 J 


216.3 


252.7 


213.6 


225.9 


248.7 


162.1 


160.5 


203.9 


195.4 


200.8 


206.0 


204.2 


207.4 


184.4 


F 


216.5 r 


252. 8 r 


215.1 


223.1 r 


247. 6r 


162.1 


160.5 


205.4 


196.5 


202.1 r 


207.7 


205.8 


209.1 


184. 7r 


M 


217.1 r 


253. 7 r 


216.7 r 


227.3 


248.5 


162.1 


160.5r 


203. 5 r 


195.1 r 


200.9 r 


205.4 


203.5 


206. 8 r 


185. 2r 


A 


217. 3r 


254.2 r 


217.5 r 


228.4 


246.0 


162.4 


162.1 r 


204. 3 r 


195.4 r 


200. 6 r 


206. 9r 


204.4, 


207. 5r 


186.2r 


M 


217.9 


254.8 


218.3 


229.0 


246.5 


162.8 


162.5 


204.3 


194.2 


199.3 


207.8 


204.4 


207.5 


186.6 



30 



Augt 


'St, 


1975 






























SECTION 3 


















2 — Domestic proc 


luct by industry 












TABLE 2.3 








Table 2.3: industrial production. 


volume 


indexes 


(1961 -100), bast 


id on the 


1 960 sta 


ndard in 


dustria! 


classifi 


cation 














mines (incl 


uding mill 


ing), quarries and oi 


wells 














































manufacturing 










metal mines 






mineral fuels 








yeor 
and 






nor 


i -durables 












placer 










crude 
















montf 


1 








gold 










petro- 


non> 


■metals 






foods and be 


verages 






index of 
industria 


1 




mines 
& gold 




misc. 
metal 






leum 
and 


exce 


pt coal 
















meat 








pro- 






quartz 




mines, 






natural 




as- 








prod- 


dairy 






duction 


total 


total 


mines 


iron 


n.e.s. 


total 


coal 


gas 


total 


bestos 


total 


total 


total 


ucts 


products 


















196 1 industry weig 


hts 
















32.415 


4.564 


2.484 


.317 


.296 


1.871 


1.281 


.196 


1.085 


.377 


.281 


24.943 


13.933 


3.605 


.540 


.527 


CANSIM 


5760 


5761 


5762 


5763 


5764 


5765 


5766 


5767 


5768 


5769 


5770 


5771 


5772 


5773 


5774 


5775 


S.A. 




5839 


5840 


5841 


5842 


5843 


5844 


5845 


5846 


5847 


5848 


584 9 


5850 


5851 


5852 


5853 


5854 


1973 




214.8 


270.5 


158.4 


44.9 


362.5 


145.3 


331.8 


219.5 


352.2 


233.7 


157.3 


277.8 


784.2 


168.8 


162.9 


147.6 


1974 




220.2 


207.0 


155.5 


38.9 


360.0 


142.9 


317.4 


221.4 


334.7 


257.3 


153.7 


217.4 


788.6 


168.0 


166.0 


138.8 


















unadj 


usted for seasonal variation 














1973 


M 


275.5 


212.6 


167.6 


47.9 


371.1 


155.6 


314.7 


213.0 


333.1 


249.8 


163.0 


214.5 


786.2 


167.4 


160.6 


150.6 




J 


222.5 


272.6 


166.2 


46.7 


390.7 


150.9 


317.1 


235.5 


331.8 


241.4 


168.3 


224.6 


794.5 


181.4 


158.3 


175.9 




J 


199.0 


202.6 


155.6 


38.4 


419.4 


133.7 


320.3 


181.1 


345.4 


187.1 


135.8 


197.0 


7 76.5 


1 72'. 2 


158.7 


160.2 




A 


197.9 


797.8 


141.4 


40.7 


414.4 


115.3 


322.1 


173.5 


348.9 


209.7 


155.3 


196.3 


779.8 


191.6 


158.6 


154.3 




s 


217.7 


277.4 


160.0 


44.5 


400.4 


141.6 


320.7 


209.4 


340.8 


253.2 


160.9 


218.6 


788.7 


189.8 


155.1 


153.0 







223.2 


220.2 


167.8 


45.4 


406.6 


150.8 


335.4 


217.9 


356.6 


257.0 


162.9 


222.7 


190.9 


182.2 


177.5 


133.7 




N 


228.4 


223. 1 


167.6 


42.6 


417. 


149.4 


344.6 


235.6 


364.3 


274.7 


174.5 


224.5 


194.4 


178.7 


185.8 


119.4 




D 


215. 1 


2 75.9 


162.5 


43.3 


364.0 


150.8 


346.3 


237.7 


365.9 


240.1 


135.8 


206.5 


183.9 


157.7 


156.8 


117.3 


1974 


J 


218.3 


7 98.3 


139.6 


41.0 


257.5 


137.7 


334.1 


169.4 


363.8 


226.5 


124.9 


211.0 


179. 1 


145.5 


162.5 


109.6 




F 


228.6 


270.8 


152.4 


41.0 


277.6 


151.5 


334.4 


217.8 


355.5 


285.7 


184.4 


227.7 


190.5 


153.2 


164.6 


120.6 




M 


229.4 


273.8 


153.3 


41.5 


293.6 


150.0 


348.3 


234.0 


368.9 


262.9 


162.0 


224.6 


193. 1 


158.3 


167.6 


124.4 




A 


225.9 


272. 7 


156.9 


41.6 


305.0 


153.0 


331.9 


224.2 


351.3 


269.6 


148.5 


223.4 


192.7 


162.8 


175.7 


134.3 




M 


222.4 


210,4 


163.7 


37.3 


374.4 


151.8 


309.1 


204.1 


328.1 


265.1 


147.7 


221.3 


189.7 


170.9 


166.6 


148.0 




J 


228.0 


211.9 


164.0 


39.0 


443.6 


141.0 


305.3 


198.8 


324.5 


288.1 


169.4 


230.4 


200.4 


186.4 


157.3 


177.8 




J 


201.8 


198.3 


152.5 


33.5 


414.8 


131.1 


300.2 


177.8 


322.3 


218.6 


137.3 


200.2 


778.7 


172.7 


152.6 


162.6 




A 


206.6 


193.9 


141.3 


31.0 


370.4 


123.7 


301.6 


184.4 


322.8 


228.3 


152.6 


207.0 


788.2 


184.5 


167.0 


157.9 




S 


221.8 


205.8 


155.2 


39.2 


413.7 


133.9 


307.2 


258.8 


316.0 


264.0 


168.6 


223.6 


794.3 


187.7 


171.7 


156.7 







224. 1 


210.3 


162.9 


41.3 


385.6 


148.3 


310.6 


265.8 


318.7 


258.0 


155.1 


223.0 


790.8 


171.6 


174.7 


131.6 




N 


225.2 


206.2 


159.4 


39.7 


414.2 


139.3 


302.2 


261.1 


309.6 


268.3 


160.0 


222.2 


788.3 


171.2 


185.1 


119.9 




D 


210.8 


277.7 


165.3 


40.9 


369.2 


154.1 


323.8 


260.7 


335.2 


252.5 


133.4 


200.2 


776.3 


150.7 


146.2 


121.9 


1975 


J 


205.7 


797.6 


137.9 


35.9 


290.8 


131.0 


314.2 


255.2 


324.9 


227.7 


115.7 


194.9 


777.5 


145.8 


162.6 


107.4 




F 


216. Or 


202.4 , 


158.7 


43.5 


330.3 


151.1 


306.2 


291.4 


308.9 


243.7 r 


115.6 


205.4 , 


180.3, 


153. 5, 


165.0 


117.7 




M 


214. 2 T 


188.6 r 


141.3 


39.7 


341.1 


127.0 


291. 7r 


272.6 


295.1 , 


239.3, 


104.8 


208.5 , 


780.7 r 


157.6 


171.7, 


121.5 




A 


213. 6r 


797. 2r 


154.9, 


42.1 


331.5 


146.0, 


278. 5 r 


285.3 


277.3, 


213.6 r 


73.8 


209.7 r 


182.3 r 


163. 8, 


165.6r 


136.8r 




M 


209.8 


789.5 


158.4 


42.1 


379.3 


143.1 


261.2 


284.5 


257.0 


210.8 


79.3 


208.3 


182.6 


170.3 


158.7 


154.3 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 M 


273.9 


272.3 


159.2 


46.5 


336.4 


150.3 


335.7 


213.4 


357.8 


237.1 


156.2 


210.6" 


185.3 


167.5 


162.4 


135.2 


J 


276.7 


273.0 


158.9 


44.5 


356.1 


147.0 


340.0 


248.1 


356.6 


233.5 


160.6 


273.5 


187.2 


166.3 


162.7 


133.6 


J 


276.6 


207.9 


153.2 


42.0 


376.4 


136.7 


330.9 


218.8 


351.1 


240.6 


153.1 


273.5 


186.2 


167.4 


162.2 


133.9 


A 


270.4 


204. 1 


147.8 


42.9 


367.5 


130.8 


336.5 


224.4 


356.8 


211.4 


152.9 


206.5 


178.7 


170.1 


159.4 


135.1 


S 


273.9 


211.8 


159.2 


45.3 


368.2 


145.5 


330.7 


2 09.2 


352.7 


248.5 


154.7 


209.6 


180.9 


167.7 


147.8 


134.6 





277.7 


275.5 


164.3 


44.4 


363.7 


153.1 


334.4 


213.5 


356.2 


245.7 


152.1 


274.0 


184.1 


172.8 


164.9 


139.3 


N 


219.4 


277.5 


167.1 


43.5 


432.4 


146.1 


336.2 


221.0 


357.0 


247.7 


159.5 


275.7 


188.3 


172.4 


167.8 


140.4 


D 


219.4 


275.7 


167.2 


44.1 


402.3 


150.8 


326.7 


229.9 


344.2 


256.1 


157.4 


275.9 


189.0 


174.5 


172.2 


145.6 


1974 J 


222.3 


203.6 


154.1 


40.0 


314.0 


148.2 


308.8 


159.0 


335.9 


250.1 


142.1 


221.3 


191.4 


172.1 


166.7 


146.2 


F 


224.6 


270.0 


156.9 


39.2 


329.3 


149.5 


316.4 


204.2 


336.7 


280.0 


184.6 


222.8 


193.9 


173.7 


171.7 


147.6 


M 


225.4 


277.6 


155.0 


41.8 


330.7 


146.4 


334.3 


207.8 


357.2 


252.7 


158.9 


223.7 


194.4 


173.7 


173.5 


142.8 


A 


222.8 


272.9 


155.2 


40.7 


324.1 


147.9 


340.0 


208.9 


363.7 


251.8 


145.3 


220. 7 


792.5 


170.4 


172.4 


136.2 


M 


221.3 


209.4 


155.0 


36.1 


339.7 


145.9 


328.7 


2 03.9 


351.3 


251.4 


141.6 


2 78.3 


789.6 


171.5 


168.5 


135.3 


J 


222.0 


212.9 


158.5 


37.2 


404.4 


140.1 


327.3 


209.5 


348.6 


279.0 


160.6 


273.5 


187.2 


166.3 


162.7 


133.6 


J 


279.9 


205.4 


149.6 


36.3 


372.0 


133.6 


315.8 


215.3 


334.0 


279.4 


155.7 


217.0 


188.9 


167.2 


155.9 


136.0 


A 


279.6 


201.8 


148.7 


33.7 


334.3 


138.8 


315.0 


233.7 


329.7 


246.6 


150.7 


217.3 


188.3 


164.9 


167.8 


138.5 


S 


278.6 


204.4 


151.6 


39.8 


374.0 


135.4 


317.3 


255.0 


328.5 


254.5 


159.3 


2 75.5 


186.8 


165.7 


163.9 


137.5 





278.6 


204.7 


156.4 


40.3 


351.2 


145.2 


312.0 


265.8 


320.3 


246.7 


147.8 


2 74.8 


184.8 


164.5 


162.3 


135.4 


N 


276.3 


199.9 


155.2 


40.6 


414.2 


133.7 


297.9 


251.1 


306.3 


241.3 


145.4 


2 73. J 


182.4 


165.5 


167.4 


137.7 


D 


274.8 


210.5 


169.2 


41.6 


419.6 


151.2 


303.7 


251.4 


313.2 


259.6 


151.6 


209.6 


180.8 


164.3 


160.7 


142.6 


1975 J 


209.6 


799.0 


154.2 


36.3 


363.4 


141.1 


293.3 


241.9 


302.6 


251.2 


131.6 


204.9 


183.6 


171.0 


166.8 


143.3 


F 


277. 6, 


200. 9 , 


162.2 


40.1 


387.7 


147.3 


288.8 


268.3 


292.5 


237.9, 


115.9 


206.6, 


183.6 


173.4, 


172.1 


142.7 


M 


270.5, 


788. 4 , 


146.1 


40.4 


384.6 


126.3 


279.2, 


241.7 


286.0, 


228.9, 


102.8 


207.2, 


182. 4 , 


172.6, 


175.9, 


142.9 


A 


270.0, 


792.5, 


153.7, 


40.8 


352.3 


141.4 , 


288.4, 


265.7 


292.5, 


196.7, 


72.1 


205.7 , 


187.5, 


170.1 , 


168.1 , 


136.2, 


M 


208.9 


788.9 


149.9 


40.8 


344.2 


137.7 


281.3 


283.7 


280.9 


199.4 


76.0 


205.2 


187.4 


169.9 


160.3 


138.5 



The average of the monthly series may not equal the annual level due to rounding. Source: Indexes of Real Domestic Products by Industry (Including the 

Index of Industrial Production (61-005) and Indexes of Real Domestic Product by Industry, 1961 - 100 Occasional (61.510), Statistics Canada. 



31 



SECTION 3 




























August, 1975 I 


TABLE 


2. 3 - Cont. 








2 — Domestic pro< 


uct by industry 


















Table 2.3: industrial proc 


uction, 


volume 


ndexes (1961 - 100), base 


d on the 


1960 standard in 


dustrial 


classification — 


continue 


d 


















nor 


-durable manufacturing 




















food 


s and beverages 














textile inc 


ustries 






year 






bakery 
prod- 


other 
food 




beverage 


manufacturers 


tobacco 
prod- 
ucts 


rubber 


leather industries 








2 




and 




cotton 
yarn & 
cloth 


syntheti 
textile 


month 




shoe 






grain 


proc- 




soft 


distill- 


brew- 


indus- 


indus- 




fac- 




knittinc 


clothing 






mills 


ucts 


essors 


total 


drinks 


eries 


eries 


tries 


tries 


total 


tories 


total 


mills 


mills 


mills 


industries 


















1961 indu 


stry weights 
















.227 


.526 


.578 


.834 


.254 


.258 


.300 


.220 


.419 


.308 


.205 


.919 


.233 


.301 


.218 


.862 


CANSIM 


5776 


5777 


5778 


5779 


5780 


5781 


5782 


5783 


5784 


5785 


5786 


5787 


5788 


5789 


5790 


5791 


S. A 




5855 


5856 


5857 


5858 


5859 


5860 


5861 


5862 


5863 


5864 


5865 


5866 


5867 


5868 


5869 


5870 


1973 




171.7 


116.3 


170.0 


220.0 


175.3 


306.4 


167.8 


142.3 


216.2 


96.5 


77.4 


229.5 


107.4 


300.9 


214.7 


143.7 


1974 




184.4 


114.3 


168.7 


216.4 


182.4 


281.6 


170.9 


147.4 


228.4 


98.5 


85.7 


222.3 


103.3 


288.3 


211.9 


143.1 


















unadjusted for seasonal 


variation 














1973 


M 


185.0 


115.8 


161.4 


226.4 


159.2 


325.5 


182.1 


151.5 


217.8 


99.5 


86.9 


240.1 


121.8 


315.6 


219.6 


145.3 




J 


177.0 


124.5 


171.6 


248.4 


196.6 


342.5 


196.8 


158.8 


24 0.8 


102.6 


90.8 


244.8 


121.9 


319.2 


213.4 


143.7 




J 


163.3 


119.1 


163.8 


200.0 


216.7 


147.9 


215.1 


76.6 


162.0 


74.1 


54.3 


192.4 


58.0 


259.5 


202.6 


133.6 




A 


169.2 


121.2 


164.8 


250.8 


225.5 


337.8 


184.2 


120.8 


156.4 


96.9 


84.3 


214.4 


93.9 


271.8 


211. 3 


145.7 




S 


177.9 


116.9 


173.9 


261.1 


208.5 


395.8 


170.4 


159.4 


228.0 


103.6 


91.3 


240.6 


113.4 


316.0 


210.8 


145.9 







177.8 


120.2 


191.5 


244.5 


169.8 


403.0 


153.8 


161.6 


219.1 


102.2 


88.4 


236.0 


113.3 


301.5 


217.6 


147.6 




N 


203.1 


115.2 


184.5 


257.0 


159.9 


440.7 


168.3 


169.4 


238.1 


103.4 


89.4 


244.0 


109.3 


333.2 


219.6 


143.7 




D 


192.2 


112.4 


172.2 


206.0 


178.9 


274.6 


153.3 


114.7 


217.7 


90.3 


72.2 


238.3 


102.3 


331.5 


212.9 


139.7 


1974 


J 


188.1 


111.6 


163.2 


171.0 


136.6 


260.9 


106.2 


150.7 


227.9 


94.3 


81.7 


230.1 


114.6 


298.2 


216.4 


143.4 




F 


198.5 


110.7 


173.7 


184.9 


147.7 


256.6 


138.0 


166.2 


283.9 


112.0 


105.0 


242.2 


129.7 


324.6 


223.5 


147.0 




M 


181.1 


111.9 


164.3 


211.2 


149.8 


308.2 


165.5 


166.4 


270.3 


107.1 


95.8 


240.5 


131.3 


320.8 


224.3 


147.8 




A 


179.3 


111.5 


166.0 


216.9 


171.0 


284.0 


182.8 


159.1 


261.5 


105.3 


94.2 


245.1 


109.1 


346.7 


219.1 


144.7 




M 


182.6 


115.3 


167.7 


237.9 


182.0 


334.4 


187.7 


159.4 


199.9 


103.3 


91.5 


230.5 


102.4 


301.4 


219.5 


143.9 




J 


187.7 


119.9 


173.3 


271.0 


205.8 


387.0 


212.5 


156.6 


234.6 


103.7 


93.0 


239.7 


111.1 


316.3 


210.3 


143.4 




J 


175.7 


116.2 


154.9 


207.4 


218.4 


174.2 


210.5 


59.2 


161.2 


79.1 


62.2 


190.7 


53.9 


259.0 


205.3 


137.3 




A 


175.3 


115.0 


164.5 


217.4 


229.4 


224.6 


184.2 


130.9 


187.8 


97.6 


84.3 


211.7 


99.4 


259.1 


209.4 


143.3 




s 


181.6 


115.8 


174.7 


239.2 


226.8 


298.6 


172.4 


162.5 


223.9 


97.7 


85.1 


227.2 


106.8 


281.7 


209.0 


143.1 







180.6 


115.4 


184.9 


222.2 


191.4 


299.4 


156.4 


164.9 


212.1 


99.2 


86.3 


221.7 


101.9 


272.5 


209.6 


146.8 




N 


197.3 


116.4 


180.3 


227.0 


163.3 


332.2 


170.9 


174.0 


250.5 


102.6 


89.4 


203.0 


101.8 


244.0 


202.9 


142.1 




D 


185.2 


111.6 


157.3 


190.4 


166.1 


219.6 


163.3 


118.9 


227.1 


79.7 


60.4 


185.4 


77.3 


235.5 


194.0 


134.9 


1975 


J 


181.7 


110.9 


152.3 


183.0 


140.1 


285.2 


111.4 


150.6 


213.5 


89.9 


75.8 


181.1 


90.0 


215.6 


194.5 


139.3 




F 


191.3 


108.9, 


150. 4, 


209.2 


167.3 


297.5 


150.9 


160.8 


250.3 


98.8 


90.2 


189.2, 


82.9 


239. 6 r 


200. Or 


141.3 r 




M 


188.4 r 


110.2 , 


1 52 . 5 r 


217.0, 


162.9 


298.2 


176.1 


154.6 


250.7 


92.3 r 


79.2 


194.6, 


89.4 


250.0 


199.3r 


138. 4, 




A 


176. 9r 


110.3, 


156. 6r 


235.0, 


158.7 


343. 7 r 


189. 4r 


151.5 


249.5 


89.3 


74. 3 i 


203.3, 


91.4 


271.3 r 


199. 7, 


138.1 




M 


178.0 


113.3 


159.3 


241.1 


182.5 


335.2 


192.2 


146.0 


223.5 


88.9 


74.8 


201.9 


93.6 


263.9 


202.5 


137.0 


















adjusted for seasonal variation 














1973 


M 


185.9 


114.3 


167.4 


222.3 


165.7 


325.2 


164.0 


140.9 


215.8 


101.5 


89.5 


231.4 


110.7 


308.5 


218.6 


147.1 




J 


176.7 


117.8 


170.2 


213.2 


161.3 


306.3 


159.8 


140.3 


218.9 


99.2 


86.2 


235.7 


116.2 


312.3 


215.4 


144.7 




J 


177.9 


115.7 


175.6 


214.5 


174.9 


280.7 


174.0 


134.8 


211.4 


95.1 


80.4 


228.9 


101.0 


312.6 


212.0 


141.7 




A 


177.6 


116.4 


168.0 


230.2 


183.4 


338.8 


160.0 


145.7 


208.3 


94.2 


81.2 


223.8 


104.5 


292.6 


211.4 


142.0 




S 


179. 1 


113.9 


168.9 


231.1 


184.5 


326.4 


173.2 


143.9 


213.1 


97.8 


84.9 


235.5 


114.8 


312.7 


209.9 


143.0 







180.6 


118.0 


172.0 


227.0 


188.9 


312.7 


170.4 


151.9 


215.2 


97.0 


83.6 


226.9 


116.0 


281.7 


211.9 


142.8 




N 


194.2 


116.4 


168.9 


221.2 


171.4 


315.2 


167.1 


152.7 


218.4 


98.4 


85.6 


234.4 


107.2 


311.6 


213.8 


142.9 




D 


186.0 


117.6 


170.0 


226.3 


191.2 


302.2 


175.5 


127.2 


223.0 


96.8 


81.8 


235.9 


101.2 


319.5 


215.7 


143.9 


1974 


J 


190.2 


116.6 


170.7 


218.8 


177.8 


302.6 


165.4 


149.9 


246.1 


97.4 


84.0 


234.6 


107.0 


310.6 


218.2 


144.9 




F 


186.8 


115.3 


174.7 


220.3 


167.7 


313.3 


168.3 


151.6 


254.1 


106.2 


95.1 


237.8 


112.2 


311.2 


221.1 


144.6 




M 


176.1 


115.3 


171.8 


226.4 


182.1 


325.8 


162.1 


147.9 


253.0 


102.5 


87.5 


240.6 


120.8 


325.0 


222.7 


145.5 




A 


177.3 


113.6 


173.6 


219.1 


173.2 


302.5 


168.7 


150.5 


236.7 


103.9 


92.0 


237.6 


104.6 


327.7 


220.7 


145.4 




M 


183.8 


113.8 


173.7 


229.4 


185.5 


323.4 


169.0 


148.7 


197.7 


105.4 


94.2 


223.3 


95.6 


294.9 


218.4 


145.7 




J 


187.5 


113.4 


171.4 


233.4 


171.4 


345.6 


172.8 


143.3 


212.7 


100.1 


88.0 


231.1 


107.3 


309.2 


212.2 


144.3 




J 


191.6 


112.8 


165.4 


224.0 


175.7 


313.9 


169.9 


120.3 


210.8 


102.7 


92.1 


228.9 


100.0 


311.7 


214.9 


145.8 




A 


185.4 


110.5 


167.1 


205.0 


187.3 


245.2 


165.8 


151.2 


249.8 


94.8 


81.1 


223.0 


106.2 


288.8 


209.8 


139.5 




S 


183.4 


112.8 


169.2 


212.4 


200.4 


246.2 


175.7 


147.7 


209.0 


92.4 


79.1 


220.7 


101.4 


278.7 


208.1 


140.4 







183.4 


113.4 


167.5 


210.2 


208.0 


233.0 


173.2 


150.4 


208.7 


92.7 


79.5 


213.6 


102.5 


259.3 


204.1 


142.0 




N 


189.8 


114.7 


164.9 


204.5 


181. 1 


237.0 


174.6 


151.5 


230.3 


95.2 


82.4 


194.3 


97.9 


228.4 


197.6 


141.3 




D 


179.5 


117.0 


157.0 


209.0 


177.5 


241.6 


186.6 


140.5 


232.9 


88.9 


74.1 


186.6 


84.6 


226.5 


196.5 


139.0 


1975 


J 


183.0 


115.9 


158.0 


233.0 


182.4 


329.7 


173.2 


150.0 


230.1 


92.9 


77.9 


184.9 


84.4 


224.6 


195.8 


140.7 




F 


180.2 


113.5, 


151.8r 


249.4 


190.1 


363.7 


183.8 


145.6 


224.0 


94.1 r 


81.8 


189.6, 


82.9 


229.7 r 


197.6, 


139.0r 




M 


1 83 . 3 r 


113.5, 


159. 3, 


237.2 


197.9 


329.5 r 


172.3 


136.7 


234.7 


88.2 r 


72.4 


194.8, 


85.4 


251.0 


197.9, 


136. 2r 




A 


175.1 r 


112.4, 


1 64 . 2 r 


234.6, 


174.9 


340. Or 


174. 8r 


143.5 


225.8 


88. Or 


72.6, 


197.8, 


86.0 


258. 9, 


200.9, 


138.7 




M 


180.3 


111.8 


165.5 


234.7 


184.4 


333.2 


173.0 


136.3 


220.8 


89.6 


75.5 


195.7 


85.0 


258.5 


201.5 


138.8 



32 



August, 1975 



SECTION 3 
TABLE 2.3-Cont. 



2 — Domestic product by industry 
Toble 2.3: Industrial production, volume indexes (1961 ■ 100), based on the 1960 standard industrial classification — continued 













non-durc 


ble manu 


facturing 












durable manu 


facturing 






paper 


& allied 


ndustries 


printing 
publish- 
ing and 
al lied 
indus- 
tries 


petroleur 
and coal 
products 
indus- 
tries 




chemica 


and chem 


cal produ 


cts 


misc. 
mfg. 
indus- 
tries 




year 


total 


pulp & 

paper 

mills 


paper 
box 
& bag 
and other 
paper 
con- 
verters 




total 




wood industries 






total 


pharma- 
ceutica 
and mec 
icines 


s paint 
- and 
varnish 


soap & 
cleaninc 
com- 
pounds 


indu stria 
chem- 
icals 






total 


sawmill 
& planir 
mills 


s veneer 

g plywoo 

mills 


& furniture & 
d fixture 
industries 


















961 industry weigh 


ts 
















2.701 


2.181 


.468 


1.346 


.737 


1.751 


.215 


.151 


.146 


.692 


.847 


11.010 


1.114 


.662 


.158 


.450 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


5792 
5871 


5793 
5872 


5794 
5873 


5795 
5874 


5796 
5875 


5797 
5876 


5798 
5877 


5799 
5878 


5800 
5879 


5801 
5880 


5802 
5881 


5803 
5882 


5804 
5883 


5805 
5884 


5806 
5885 


5807 
5886 


1973 
1974 


160. 1 
169.2 


153.9 
162.1 


182.5 
195.8 


154.8 
161.2 


206.4 
215.8 


241.0 
251.0 


296.4 
371.8 


163.0 
259.6 


157.5 
176.7 


272.2 
273.4 


246.8 
255.0 


246.7 
253.9 


207.1 
193.2 


223.5 
204.5 


200.7 
171.7 


217.6 
220.9 



unadjusted for seasonal variati 



1973 M 


165.3 


160. 1 


182.3 


160.3 


186.7 


248.7 


273.3 


190.5 


154.4 


282.5 


243.4 


250.4 


205.4 


217.1 


210.5 


214.4 


J 


174.1 


169.9 


186.6 


160.4 


205.1 


256.0 


315.6 


210.0 


176.3 


279.6 


246.2 


262.8 


217.1 


234.1 


214.1 


219.0 


J 


159.4 


154.3 


179.1 


143.5 


221.4 


230.8 


270.4 


182.8 


124.8 


262.3 


240.5 


223. 1 


179.0 


185.3 


158.7 


205.7 


A 


132.3 


119.6 


181.5 


148.8 


224.1 


223.7 


248.9 


165.1 


124.1 


252.5 


247.9 


217.0 


199.3 


213.6 


178.5 


218.5 


s 


139.4 


127.4 


187.0 


158.1 


212.6 


243.7 


348.4 


167.2 


171.1 


255.8 


256.6 


256.3 


208.3 


221.4 


203.2 


222.3 


o 


155.2 


146.4 


188.4 


163.5 


205.1 


250.1 


328.0 


149.3 


176.5 


277.4 


263.8 


263.1 


210.7 


226.1 


196.2 


225.3 


N 


169.5 


163.6 


188.3 


168.5 


213.8 


247.5 


311.6 


138.9 


186.4 


274.4 


264.8 


262.5 


206.9 


221.6 


191.3 


233.5 


D 


165.6 


160.4 


187. 1 


164.2 


218.5 


238.7 


259.3 


112.4 


148.7 


287.0 


255.8 


235.2 


192.9 


206.5 


172.1 


227.7 


1974 J 


160.3 


153.7 


186.7 


146.7 


221.8 


244.5 


353.5 


302.0 


168.0 


283.2 


246.8 


251.3 


200.0 


220.5 


176.1 


221.2 


F 


173.8 


168.8 


191.0 


156.7 


229.0 


256.9 


414.3 


331.0 


183.2 


286.2 


253.3 


261.2 


234.7 


267.2 


215.1 


224.2 


M 


179.5 


173.6 


195.7 


164.4 


218.4 


258.8 


429.1 


342.2 


175.7 


284.9 


259.2 


264.4 


237.5 


267.5 


216.7 


224.6 


A 


175.8 


169.3 


196.4 


164.1 


196.8 


264.1 


426.4 


331.8 


182.3 


298.4 


259.2 


262.4 


222.1 


238.2 


224.7 


222.4 


M 


167.2 


158.9 


196.6 


163.2 


198.0 


259.0 


421.3 


329.4 


161.5 


281.4 


262.7 


261.2 


207.6 


217.1 


205.7 


221.5 


J 


182.7 


177.3 


199.5 


167.3 


225.9 


260.1 


418.0 


344.3 


199.3 


265.8 


265.5 


268.3 


209.8 


219.7 


197.6 


222.8 


J 


159.4 


150.7 


192.4 


154.1 


223.1 


234.2 


337.1 


284.4 


158.9 


251.6 


249.0 


227.4 


163.3 


160.4 


132.4 


214.7 


A 


168.8 


161.7 


197.4 


157.1 


217.7 


235.7 


318.5 


288.0 


160.3 


249.5 


254.6 


230.7 


186.2 


192.2 


152.6 


220.5 


S 


171.6 


163.9 


200.5 


162.7 


206.5 


251.2 


361.4 


157.3 


180.1 


262.4 


258.4 


260.7 


186.6 


197.4 


150.5 


223.3 





171.1 


162.6 


204.0 


166.6 


209.1 


254.7 


351.7 


151.7 


183.0 


272.8 


261.2 


263.9 


168.2 


170.8 


141.9 


225.9 


N 


164.4 


156.9 


196.0 


168.2 


219.4 


247.2 


330.8 


139.4 


217.4 


259.1 


251.2 


265.2 


157.1 


157.8 


127.3 


221.3 


D 


156.0 


147.8 


193.9 


163.6 


224.2 


245.1 


299.9 


114.1 


151.2 


285.6 


238.9 


230.4 


145.9 


145.2 


120.3 


208.3 


1975 J 


147.4 


139.8 


184.2 


150.5 


208.1 


247.2 


294.8 


107.6 


175.6 


287.6 


233.5 


224.6 


140.5 


139.8 


121.9 


194.0 


F 


157. 9, 


153.4 


177. 8r 


160.0. 


203.5 


262. 7 r 


398.8 


146.6 


175.2 


285.1 


231. 5 r 


237.3 r 


174.5c 


185.5 


165. 2, 


189. 6, 


M 


151 . 8 r 


145.6 


176.1 r 


167.7, 


210.9 


257.2 r 


383. Or 


152.4 


181.7 


277.8 


234. 9r 


243.6, 


186.1 , 


198.7r 


183.9 


184.3 r 


A 


150. 7r 


143.4 , 


176. 7r 


169.9, 


205.3 


256.1 r 


350.0 


170.4 


223.2 


273.8 


235. 8, 


244.4, 


185.6, 


188. 2, 


215. 7, 


188.9 r 


M 


146.6 


137.2 


178.0 


174.9 


214.4 


251.6 


- 


185.0 


190.9 


265.3 


236.1 


240.8 


172.7 


172.5 


175.8 


191.3 
















adju 


sted for seasonal variation 














1973 M 


165.6 


160.8 


182.7 


157.0 


206.3 


240.8 


2 97.6 


155.2 


161.6 


271.5 


243.9 


243. 1 


2 09.2 


226.0 


207.7 


218.8 


J 


172.0 


169.2 


182.2 


156.5 


207.3 


247.0 


319.4 


160.0 


173.7 


277.2 


244.5 


246.8 


208.1 


224.1 


211.9 


217.5 


J 


169.7 


166.0 


182.5 


153.4 


208.4 


248.3 


317.4 


162.5 


155.1 


282.1 


250.2 


248.0 


201.0 


214.7 


200.6 


213.0 


A 


135.2 


123.9 


180.8 


153.5 


212.6 


238.5 


265.1 


151.8 


144.1 


277.7 


245.8 


241.6 


202.1 


218.8 


195.3 


211.6 


S 


140.5 


130.8 


180.7 


153.3 


210.2 


244.8 


308.3 


163.9 


163.3 


270.8 


248.0 


246.0 


203.7 


219.0 


198.3 


212.5 





149.1 


141.0 


182.7 


155.0 


207.7 


247.1 


308.8 


167.8 


156.3 


277.5 


252.9 


251.9 


206.3 


222.8 


191.2 


214.9 


N 


164.9 


158.2 


189.1 


157.8 


211.6 


245.7 


303.4 


171.2 


162.9 


272.6 


257.0 


249.0 


207.6 


225.6 


186.8 


223.7 


D 


165.6 


158.5 


189.7 


162.2 


208.8 


243.9 


287.5 


172.2 


158.7 


273.4 


258.4 


250.0 


208.6 


225.4 


187.9 


227.2 


1974 J 


169.2 


161.3 


193.1 


163.2 


216.6 


250.1 


287.1 


170.0 


167.2 


286.4 


257.4 


259. 1 


209.8 


228.5 


179.5 


230.0 


F 


172.4 


164.5 


198.1 


163.6 


227.2 


250.4 


302.3 


178.5 


173.5 


274.9 


259.6 


259.4 


219.3 


241.0 


188.3 


232.3 


M 


175.9 


168.5 


198.5 


163.2 


220.1 


251.3 


322.2 


182.2 


174.7 


276.3 


260.3 


259.3 


220.6 


239.5 


197.2 


231.1 


A 


171.4 


163.5 


197.8 


162.0 


217.7 


256.3 


347.8 


164.7 


164.8 


284.4 


260.7 


255.0 


214.5 


228.4 


204.2 


229.5 


M 


168.8 


161.3 


197.2 


160.2 


218.6 


252.4 


354.9 


159.0 


170.4 


270.8 


263.2 


254.5 


211.5 


226.4 


202.8 


225.8 


J 


177.7 


173.1 


194.6 


163.2 


223.0 


249.4 


343.6 


167.6 


190.5 


263.7 


263.6 


252.4 


201.0 


210.4 


195.5 


221.0 


J 


169.6 


162.1 


196.2 


164.4 


215.8 


252.3 


334.2 


160.8 


198.6 


269.9 


258.9 


252.6 


192.3 


201.5 


174.5 


222.3 


A 


172.9 


167.5 


196.6 


162.1 


206.5 


251.1 


307.1 


156.9 


190.9 


274.1 


252.6 


254. 1 


188.0 


197.4 


163.7 


213.7 


S 


173.2 


168.1 


193.7 


159.8 


2 04.0 


253.1 


319.3 


154.0 


175.2 


278.2 


249.9 


251.8 


182.9 


195.2 


151.1 


213.5 





166.3 


159.0 


197.9 


158.1 


211.2 


251.4 


330.6 


167.1 


167.2 


273.0 


250.4 


252.8 


164.5 


167.9 


139.7 


215.5 


N 


159.7 


151.9 


193.5 


157.6 


217.4 


246.9 


321.4 


171.4 


185.3 


262.5 


243.9 


251.8 


157.6 


160.3 


126.8 


212.0 


D 


154.9 


146.2 


193.4 


160.0 


214.5 


251.2 


333.5 


172.0 


169.1 


271.5 


241.3 


246. 1 


157.2 


158.1 


131.2 


207.9 


1975 J 


155.0 


146.7 


190.5 


167.1 


203.3 


256.8 


329.0 


153.7 


173.1 


285.1 


243.5 


231.9 


148.0 


144.7 


124.3 


200.8 


F 


155. 4r 


148.1 


184.4 r 


166.9, 


204.0 


254.3 r 


341.8 


156.8 


170.1 


276.3 


237. 2, 


235.7 , 


164. 9, 


167.1 


149.7 


196.7r 


M 


150.2 r 


142.9 


178. 6r 


166.5, 


212.8 


249. 9 r 


344. 4r 


148. 1 


179.2 


272.1 


235. 8r 


238.7 , 


174. 8, 


178.0 


175.5r 


189. 6, 


A 


146. 9r 


138.6 r 


178. Or 


167.7, 


219.5 


246. 7 r 


338.8 


144.5 


196.3 


263.5 r 


237. 2 r 


236.3, 


175.7r 


180.2 r 


1 72 . 4 r 


195. Or 


M 


146.8 


137.9 


178.5 


171.0 


226.7 


244.2 




151.6 


199.1 


255.4 


236.6 


235.4 


175.8 


180.2 


173.4 


195.0 



33 



SECTION 3 August, 1975i 

TABLE 2,3 - Cont. 2 - Domestic product by industry 

Table 2.3: industrial production, volume indexes (1961 - 100), based on the 1960 standard industrial classification - continued 

durable manufacturing 

metal fabricating (ex mach. & transportation equipment) 

year primary metal industries 

and fabri- ornamen- ma- transp. equipment 

month steel cated tal & metal hard- chinery 

















fa br i - 






steel 










cated 




iron & 


pipe 


iron 


smelting 




boiler 


struc 




steel 


& tube 


found- 


and 




& plate 


tural 


total 


mills 


mills 


ries 


refining 


total 


works 


metal 



architec- stamping, wire ware, (except aircraft 

tural pressing & wire tool & elec- and motor 

metal &coating products cutlery trical) total parts vehicles' 



1961 industry weights 



2.207 1.001 .122 .135 .749 1.835 .077 .255 .165 .452 .252 .163 .981 1.981 .481 .784 

CANSIM 5808 5809 5810 58?! 5812 5o73 5811 5815 5816 5817 5818 5819 5820 5821 5822 5823 

S. A. 5887 5888 5889 5890 5891 5892 5893 5894 5895 5896 5897 5898 5899 5900 5901 5902 

1973 190.6 200.8 244.2 240.8 156.3 218.7 228.3 150.2 219.1 231.0 237.5 217.4 262.6 375.7 88.5 565.8 

1974 200.1 209.7 258.7 231.5 168.2 226.0 241.5 167.7 223.0 235.0 253.4 220.3 284.6 374.3 79.7 577.8 

unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1973 M 196.5 203.0 265.6 257.3 163.8 218.0 208.7 160.5 209.3 231.6 237.4 224.7 258.5 412.9 87.6 662.3 
J 200.1 214.4 244.7 275.9 158.4 227.1 216.7 167.6 223.7 239.2 263.1 224.6 269.3 429.9 86.7 708.9 
J 176.3 184.3 228.9 195.0 149.1 211.5 217.9 159.7 222.6 225.9 210.0 206.0 258.6 303.0 84.2 398.0 
A 165.9 179.0 184.8 159.6 137.1 217.3 229.1 169.8 230.2 232.0 212.2 207.8 262.9 249.8 85.7 249.4 
S 190.4 206.6 223.9 267.2 146.7 228.9 230.6 170.3 237.4 241.2 262.6 218.4 270.2 386.2 90.6 570.0 
193.4 202.6 236.6 267.4 158.0 226.5 237.1 175.5 245.8 235.1 239.1 222.5 273.1 421.4 93.1 652.6 
N 205.0 224.5 244.7 275.7 161.0 229.4 239.9 172.6 242.5 231.1 266.3 227.2 277.0 402.6 93.3 623.3 
D 185.5 190.7 209.6 240.2 160.3 218.3 236.2 161.1 225.0 223.9 230.3 225.2 275.9 310.9 94.3 397.7 

1974 J 206.9 221.3 256.0 256.4 172.8 216.8 218.9 155.6 214.8 225.8 231.6 226.6 273.6 390.5 85.0 617.8 
F 206.4 216.8 272.3 263.8 172.3 223.1 231.5 157.7 213.3 231.2 259.5 227.2 278.2 408.9 83.5 670.9 
M 208.3 220.3 273.5 265.8 172.0 225.1 233.5 157.5 215.9 234.3 265.9 226.6 281.0 406.2 82.7 671.0 
A 204.6 211.1 265.5 266.5 173.8 223.4 237.0 158.3 219.3 227.7 258.5 224.5 283.0 407.4 82.7 665.4 
M 204.9 210.3 277.4 244.3 177.2 228.5 244.8 161.7 227.5 235.7 273.8 221.3 286.1 396.9 81.9 634.4 
J 212.6 219.7 339.2 251.0 176.1 235.0 253.4 168.2 231.9 236.4 288.4 225.6 288.1 397.6 80.5 637.3 
J 179.8 187.5 248.6 142.3 161.1 215.2 240.8 162.8 223.3 234.9 205.4 206.0 277.4 289.0 76.7 375.4 
A 176.4 185.0 231.6 174.3 154.9 225.9 245.1 174.6 227.4 240.1 236.0 212.5 279.2 273.5 75.3 331.6 
S 205.1 224.3 295.7 238.6 159.1 234.7 248.1 181.8 231.0 249.7 263.0 215.8 291.8 371.0 76.4 555.7 
200.3 209.8 286.8 239.6 165.3 234.6 248.3 182.4 235.9 245.3 265.3 219.7 288.8 410.6 75.9 646.3 
N 206.0 213.7 311.2 249.5 171.9 232.6 252.3 181.6 223.5 237.3 271.4 223.5 295.9 425.5 78.1 693.4 
D 189.7 197.0 297.3 186.7 162.0 216.7 243.9 170.1 212.2 221.2 222.2 214.4 292.4 314.7 77.5 434.3 

1975 J 195.1 201.2 269.2 206.6 175.7 212.8 236.2 166.1 197.7 217.4 225.6 207.8 300.2 299.3 76.0 430.6 
F 196. 2r 206.5 285.3 227.1 168.5 213. 6r 255.6,168.8, 197.5r206.7r 241.6 207.5 r 304. 5 r 341 .6 r 76. 6, 534.9 
M 193.1 r 203.2 301.6 217.2 163.1 211. 7 r 257.5rl67.3r 194.6r2l5.6r 221.2 201 . 7 r 301 . 8 r 380. 8 r 76. 5, 622.4 
A 194. 9r 201.3 348.0 201.9 165.9 216. 2r 263.6, 170.7r 205.9r216.3r 239.2 200. r 300. 4 r 375.4 , 75. 6r 598.5, 
M 181.4 187.8 303.0 166.9 157.7 215.6 260.0 172.7 210.5 221.2 222.0 195.6 296.6 372.4 74.3 587.0 

adjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 M 


188.8 


194.2 


251.9 


246.5 


157.3 


218.4 


214.7 


165.0 


215.8 


231.3 


232.6 


226.2 


258.5 


373.7 


88.6 


566.0 


J 


186.7 


197. 1 


212.6 


250.6 


153.6 


218.0 


211.1 


163.7 


217.1 


227.0 


236.9 


221.9 


266.2 


381.5 


87.1 


585.8 


J 


187.5 


195.8 


238.3 


243.6 


154.6 


219.2 


224.4 


164.4 


220.0 


228.5 


235.6 


219.7 


266.5 


389.0 


89.6 


592.3 


A 


183.8 


196. 1 


214.9 


211.7 


153.3 


218.0 


225.3 


165.7 


223.3 


229.2 


230.8 


213.6 


268.8 


361.5 


90.5 


525.1 


S 


190.7 


2 05-1 


219.3 


245.4 


154.8 


219.6 


220.9 


159.9 


221.5 


231.4 


242.4 


221.9 


271.4 


366.0 


90.7 


533.7 





195.6 


205.5 


257.4 


255.8 


160. 1 


220.0 


225.2 


160.9 


224.5 


231.1 


239.9 


222.2 


276.1 


389.2 


92.0 


587.9 


N 


196.9 


211.1 


241.5 


257.8 


158.6 


223.7 


232.1 


162.8 


225.8 


231.5 


253.4 


223.6 


274.2 


364.6 


91.7 


532.8 


D 


200.3 


217.3 


24 9. 9 


258.7 


158.2 


224.4 


232.9 


163.2 


225.4 


230.9 


254.4 


225.9 


275.9 


352.3 


92.1 


503.4 


1974 J 


208.9 


220.2 


268.0 


273.4 


173.8 


223.9 


234.4 


164.3 


229.9 


234.2 


240.0 


222.8 


275.4 


392.7 


82.6 


617.8 


F 


200.0 


209.5 


249.6 


252.7 


168.1 


227.1 


237.1 


165.4 


229.3 


236.7 


256.9 


220.8 


275.2 


397.7 


81.4 


635.9 


M 


200.7 


214.3 


249.8 


244.5 


164.9 


228.1 


239.8 


167.4 


237.8 


235.0 


261.2 


221.9 


276.3 


382.4 


81.4 


610.0 


A 


198.9 


209.4 


246.8 


243.0 


166.8 


226.3 


240.4 


164.4 


231.8 


232.4 


258.5 


220.1 


278.3 


367.8 


82.2 


566.3 


M 


196.9 


201.1 


263.7 


234.0 


170.4 


228.9 


252.1 


166.4 


234.6 


235.2 


268.7 


222.8 


286.0 


360.3 


82.8 


544.6 


J 


198.2 


2 02.3 


290.2 


227.0 


171.2 


225.4 


246.5 


164.4 


224.9 


224.3 


259.6 


222.9 


284.6 


353.6 


80.7 


525.4 


J 


191. 9 


199.0 


259.0 


2 02.4 


167.0 


223.6 


248.5 


167.7 


220.3 


237.8 


235.2 


219.6 


286.1 


367.9 


81.7 


552.1 


A 


196.3 


204.8 


269.9 


217.3 


173.3 


226.4 


240.8 


170.5 


220.6 


237.5 


251.8 


218.6 


285.6 


379.4 


79.6 


592.1 


S 


201.5 


214.0 


287.6 


219.5 


167.6 


225.1 


237.7 


170.7 


216.1 


239.4 


242.4 


219.3 


293.6 


362.5 


76.6 


547.5 





202.3 


212.1 


309.7 


229.9 


167.1 


227.0 


236.0 


167.0 


215.5 


241.2 


258.1 


219.5 


292.4 


379.6 


75.1 


583.8 


N 


200.8 


207.0 


306.9 


233.9 


169. 1 


226.9 


244.3 


171.2 


208.1 


237.5 


258.0 


220.0 


293.0 


383.5 


76.8 


592.6 


D 


203.5 


214.8 


354.3 


201.0 


166.6 


222.9 


240.3 


172.2 


212.9 


228.1 


245.5 


215.3 


292.3 


363.7 


75.8 


558.9 


1975 J 


202.0 


207.9 


318.9 


211.5 


176.9 


219.8 


253.2 


175.4 


211.4 


225.5 


233.5 


204.1 


302.1 


298.3 


73.9 


422.2 


F 


189. 5r 


197.3 , 


271. 8r 


217. 5r 


164.6 r 


216. 9r 


261. 9r 


177.1 r 


212.3, 


211.6 r 


237.1 , 


199.5, 


301.2, 


330.3, 


74.7, 


499.9, 


M 


185. 6r 


196.1 , 


276. 7 r 


205.3 r 


156.4 r 


215. 3r 


264. 4r 


177. 8r 


214.3, 


216. Or 


221.9, 


197.5, 


296.4 , 


354.7, 


75.4, 


555.7, 


A 


186. 3r 


194.1 , 


309. 6r 


187.3 r 


159. 3, 


218. Or 


267. 3 r 


177.3 r 


217.7, 


220.9, 


231.1 , 


196.0, 


295.4, 


339.6, 


75.1 , 


509.4, 


M 


177.2 


184.9 


288.6 


159.8 


153.1 


216.4 


268.0 


177.1 


217.0 


220.5 


220.3 


197.0 


296.4 


341.1 


75.0 


510.5 



'Includes truck bodies and trailers. 



34 



July, 1975 SECTION 3 

2 — Domestic product by industry TABLE 2. 3 — Concl. 

Table 2.3: industrial production, volume indexes (1961 = 100), based on the 1960 standard classification — concluded 

durable manufacturing 



transp. equipment electrical products industries 



motor major ap- house- non-metallic mineral products electric power, gas 

vehicle ship- pliances hold commu- & water utilities 

parts & railroad building (electric radio nication elect. ready- glass and 

acces- rolling and & non- & T.V. equip- industrial mix glass electric gas dis- 

sories stock repair total elect.) receivers ment equip. total cement concrete products total power tribution 

















1961 industry weights 














.393 


.072 


.223 


1.560 


.187 


.130 


.470 


.312 .882 


.176 


.079 


.167 


2.908 


2.387 


.329 


CANSIM 5824 
S. A. 5903 


5825 
5904 


5826 
5905 


5827 
5906 


5828 
5907 


5829 
5908 


5830 
5909 


5831 5832 
5910 5911 


5833 
5912 


5834 
5913 


5835 
5914 


5836 
5915 


5837 
5916 


5838 
5917 





421.2 


369.8 


165.2 


250.3 


246.6 


349.3 


244.7 


243.8 


196.3 


150.5 


261.0 


223.1 


247.2 


243.6 


332.1 




395.1 


421.1 


173.3 


271.6 


256.5 


315.8 


280.4 


272.8 


204.3 


159.3 


267.9 


225.9 


265.6 


261.0 


366.3 
















unadjusted for seasonal varic 


ition 












A 


407.8 


353.2 


169.0 


251.2 


262.0 


379.3 


246.7 


233.4 


184.8 


133.8 


232.6 


221.0 


246.2 


238.4 


361.5 


M 


432.8 


369.1 


133.0 


223.2 


239.4 


281.6 


197.4 


236.0 


202.0 


163.5 


290.2 


223.6 


228. 1 


226.0 


291.2 


J 


432.3 


335.8 


132.5 


245.3 


274.6 


333.4 


218.0 


248.4 


222.0 


184.5 


351.7 


234.2 


220.0 


225.0 


226.8 


J 


403.4 


324.7 


160. 1 


224.3 


177.7 


236. 9 


229.9 


238.4 


207.1 


192.5 


301 .6 


211.1 


209.6 


217.7 


187.8 


A 


417.1 


339.4 


178.8 


231.3 


161.8 


249.8 


247.2 


239.0 


216.2 


174.6 


334.2 


222.9 


212.5 


221.7 


183.6 


s 


450. 9 


380.3 


177.8 


269.8 


288.6 


370.2 


269.3 


254.2 


225.3 


187.7 


348.7 


232.0 


220.4 


22 8.2 


206.0 





457.4 


401.7 


174. 1 


268.4 


270.4 


353.2 


274.1 


253.1 


223.3 


184.6 


350.0 


232.7 


232.2 


235.5 


257.7 


N 


426.7 


412.6 


168.8 


275.8 


270.3 


420.0 


273.3 


260.0 


206.2 


149.0 


282.9 


226.7 


270.0 


265.5 


374.1 


D 


424.2 


427.4 


162.4 


266.6 


247.6 


365.6 


271.0 


257.2 


180.4 


127.4 


182.1 


226.6 


287.8 


275.0 


461.6 


J 


405.7 


424.0 


163.8 


259.3 


240.6 


316.9 


269.5 


252.0 


162.3 


92.5 


140.5 


219.3 


312.3 


290.4 


566.6 


F 


391.9 


410.8 


171.3 


260.3 


280.3 


359.7 


273.4 


217.4 


180.2 


112.1 


163.0 


220.0 


316.5 


294.2 


575.6 


M 


372.0 


418.1 


174.3 


274.2 


290.6 


363.6 


277.4 


259.3 


186.7 


123.7 


210.0 


221.3 


295.7 


282.5 


476.6 


A 


381.6 


432.4 


173.6 


271.6 


269.6 


326.3 


276.9 


266.2 


194.2 


143.5 


224.9 


223.3 


269.0 


256.5 


429.1 


M 


387.7 


441.0 


169.0 


270.1 


240.4 


291.5 


285.9 


270.9 


210.0 


160.5 


305.6 


229.3 


250.3 


250.3 


308.8 


J 


386.2 


408.3 


178.4 


285.2 


273.0 


367.4 


290.6 


281.7 


231.7 


200.7 


341.0 


234.2 


232.6 


238.7 


235.7 


J 


371.1 


399.5 


179.2 


254.0 


180.7 


218.3 


281.9 


273.7 


218.0 


188.0 


329.6 


226.1 


221.4 


231.2 


191.2 


A 


389.1 


408.7 


162.5 


264.0 


201.4 


281.8 


282.4 


275.4 


229.0 


198.7 


369.3 


228.6 


223.4 


233.6 


191.3 


s 


421.9 


420.5 


176.3 


290.4 


310.0 


378.7 


285.5 


292.0 


231.9 


211.7 


348.6 


234.3 


231.7 


237.9 


233.3 





436.0 


425.7 


177.4 


288.1 


286.5 


359.4 


288.8 


288.2 


223.9 


191.3 


337.0 


232.1 


254.7 


255.2 


310.9 


N 


411.0 


432.1 


180.4 


284.3 


275.8 


356.4 


279.0 


298.2 


212.7 


166.4 


300.7 


223.8 


279.9 


274.7 


391.9 


D 


386.6 


432.4 


173.2 


258.3 


228.9 


170.2 


273.6 


298.8 


171.6 


123.6 


144.7 


219.1 


300.0 


286.3 


484.7 


J 


319. 3r 


442. 5 r 


176. 5, 


246. Or 


194.9 


108.1 


274. Or 


298. 8 r 


154. 2r 


81.5 


117.7 


203.3 r 


320.6 


300.7 


561.8 


F 


323. Or 


415. 5r 


186. 7r 


251. 7r 


229.0 


150.1 


272. Or 


299. 5 r 


161.3 


92.5 


147.8 


200. 2 r 


328. Or 


303.4 r 


607.6 


M 


334. 2r 


420. 8 r 


188.6r 


244.9 


170. 5r 


156.3 


267. 9 r 


301.2 r 


167. 2r 


110.4 


163.6 


199.3 


303. 3 r 


286. 2 r 


514.2 


A 


334.1 


430.1 


188.9 


242.3 


175.4 


134.2 


267.3 


298.3 


178.2 


120.0 


217.8 


200.9 


286. 1 


266.4 


505.0 



adjusted for seasonal variation 
1973 A 405.7 349.7 164.9 252.1 237.0 403.8 249.5 235.7 194.9 153.3 273.0 220.1 247.7 239.8 311.3 



M 


425.7 


367.8 


133.7 


231.7 


244.3 


346.0 


201.5 


238.0 


195.9 


149.6 


254. 1 


222.5 


242.5 


237. 


339.2 


J 


434.6 


364.4 


128. 1 


246.3 


259.1 


373.7 


221.5 


244.8 


197.7 


148.3 


267.5 


228.9 


250.2 


244. 1 


355.5 


J 


437.9 


361.4 


162.5 


250.9 


236.6 


371.0 


243.2 


244.4 


193.8 


149.5 


253.3 


219.0 


257.3 


250.5 


371.1 


A 


429.2 


355.2 


174.4 


244. 9 


211.3 


307.9 


251.0 


246.6 


195.5 


138.7 


256.9 


226. 9 


254.3 


246.3 


375.1 


S 


436.5 


375.1 


173.4 


254.0 


24 0.7 


319.6 


258.7 


249.9 


197.8 


145.8 


260.4 


228.1 


253.5 


247.9 


356.4 


O 


439.0 


394.0 


174.0 


2 54.7 


244.2 


289.0 


264.2 


250.6 


194.8 


146.7 


246.6 


226.5 


252.6 


245.4 


366.3 


N 


425.3 


393.2 


174.4 


2 59.3 


250.2 


319.3 


265.3 


253.3 


191.2 


142.3 


238.0 


224.5 


259.2 


253.7 


363.4 


D 


423.9 


389.4 


170.4 


267.0 


279.4 


352.8 


268.0 


254.1 


202.5 


167.2 


269. 9 


222.6 


255.3 


251.2 


347.0 


1974 J 


406.9 


395.2 


171.2 


264.7 


252.2 


347.9 


269.7 


254.0 


206.7 


158.5 


278.2 


226.1 


260.0 


256.1 


352.8 


F 


393.1 


419.6 


169.8 


256.1 


258.6 


329.7 


272.4 


217.1 


217.0 


176.2 


271.2 


222.9 


263.2 


261.0 


345.9 


M 


366.2 


425.3 


170.4 


273.2 


273.9 


365.8 


279.4 


259.8 


214.8 


178.5 


297.4 


222.8 


267.0 


265.5 


346.4 


A 


379.3 


428.5 


169.6 


273.5 


252.2 


34 9.0 


280.3 


268.6 


206.9 


165.0 


272.9 


222.2 


261.8 


258.0 


354.0 


M 


381.2 


440.2 


170.0 


279.7 


245.3 


359.0 


292.0 


273.3 


203.8 


146.5 


267.6 


228.2 


266.3 


262.7 


359.5 


J 


387.8 


443.8 


172.5 


283.9 


257.3 


377.6 


2 95.4 


277.6 


205.8 


161.4 


258.3 


229.1 


264.5 


259.1 


369.5 


J 


403.4 


445.9 


182.1 


284.4 


240.9 


378.4 


298.3 


280.8 


204.4 


145.9 


277.2 


234.7 


267.9 


262.1 


377.9 


A 


401.1 


428.9 


158.3 


275.3 


242.1 


319.6 


287.0 


284.2 


206.4 


158.3 


283.9 


233.0 


267.3 


259.5 


389.6 


S 


408.8 


415.1 


172.0 


274.7 


275.8 


314.3 


274.0 


287.1 


204.2 


163.9 


266.1 


230.6 


267.7 


258.3 


403.6 


O 


418.4 


416.1 


177.2 


273.8 


258.8 


292.2 


278.3 


285.4 


197.7 


152.0 


253.2 


226.0 


272.5 


262.8 


412.9 


N 


409.8 


410.3 


186.3 


268.7 


255.8 


269.6 


270.9 


290.7 


199.2 


160.0 


261.5 


221.8 


269.8 


263.7 


382.0 


D 


387.0 


393.4 


181.5 


258.8 


257.5 


163.8 


270.6 


295.2 


194.9 


165.9 


240.4 


215.3 


266.4 


261.5 


367.5 


1975 J 


320. 2 r 


411.6 r 


184. 4r 


249.4 r 


203.8 


118.6 


274. 3 r 


300. 9 r 


195. 7, 


147.1 


244.8 


209.6 r 


266.4 


263.8 


350.5 


F 


323. 6 r 


424. 8 r 


185. Or 


249.1 r 


211.2 


135.9 


270. 9 r 


299. 2 r 


193.6 


145.2 


250.5 


202. 7r 


271.5, 


268. Or 


365.1 


M 


328. 6 r 


428. 9 r 


184. 6r 


245.8 


165. 2r 


165.4 


269. 8 r 


301. 8 r 


191.1 r 


152. 9r 


245.7 


200. 7 r 


273.9, 


269. Or 


379.2 r 


A 


331.8 


426.3 


184.5 


242.4 


157.9 


136.0 


270.5 


301.0 


189.1 


143.2 


254.7 


199.7 


275.2 


268.0 


397.0 



35 



TABLE 1-1. FINANCIAL FLOWS MATRIX, FOURTH QUARTER, 1974 



CATEGORY 
NO. 



TRANSACTION CATEGORY 



I. AND II. 

PERSONS 

ANO 

UNINCORPORATED 

BUSINESS 



SECTOR 



III. 

NON- 
FINANCIAL 
PRIVATE 
CORPORATIONS 



IV. 

NON- 
FINANCIAL 
GOVERNMENT 
ENTERPRISES 



V. 

THE 

MONETARY 

AUTHORITIES 



1100 
1101 
1200 
1400 

1500 

1501 

1600 
1700 
1800 

1900 
2000 

2100 

2210 
2211 
2212 
2213 

2310 
2311 
2312 
2313 

2320 
2321 
2322 

2330 
2331 
2332 

2340 
2350 
2410 

2420 
2421 
2422 
2423 
2424 

2430 

2510 
2512 
2513 

2520 
2530 
2610 
2700 



3100 

3210 
3211 
3212 
3213 

3310 
3311 
3312 
3313 

3320 
3321 
3322 

3330 
3331 
3332 

3340 
3350 
3410 

3420 
3421 
3422 
3423 
3424 
3430 

3510 
3512 
3513 

3520 
3530 
3610 
3700 



4000 



GROSS DOMESTIC SAVING 

RESIDUAL ERROR OF ESTIMATE, INCOME AND EXPENDI- 
TURE ACCOUNTS ■ 

CAPITAL CONSUMPTION ALLOWANCES AND MISCELLANEOUS 
VALUATION ADJUSTMENTS 

NET OOMESTIC SAVING 

NON-FINANCIAL CAPITAL ACQUISITION 

RESIDUAL ERROR OF ESTIMATE, INCOME ANO EXPENDI- 
TURE ACCOUNTS 

GROSS FIXED CAPITAL FORMATION 

VALUE OF PHYSICAL CHANGE IN INVENTORIES 

NET PURCHASES OF EXISTING ANO INTANGIBLE 

ASSETS 

NET LENDING OR BORROWING (1100-1500) 

NET FINANCIAL INVESTMENT (2100-3100) 

NET INCREASE IN FINANCIAL ASSETS 

OFFICIAL INTERNATIONAL RESERVES: 

OFFICIAL HOLDINGS OF GOLO AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE 
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND, GENERAL ACCOUNT . 
SPECIAL DRAWING RIGHTS 

CURRENCY ANO DEPOSITS: 

CURRENCY AND BANK DEPOSITS 

DEPOSITS IN OTHER INSTITUTIONS 

FOREIGN CURRENCY AND OEPOSITS 

RECEIVABLES 

CONSUMER CREOIT 

TRADE 

LOANS: 

BANK LOANS 

OTHER LOANS 

GOVERNMENT OF CANADA TREASURY BILLS 

FINANCE AND OTHER SHORT-TERM PAPER 

MORTGAGE S 

BONDS 

GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BONDS 

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT BONDS 

MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT BONDS 

OTHER CANADIAN BONDS 

LIFE INSURANCE AND PENSIONS 

CLAIMS ON ASSOCIATED ENTERPRISES: 

CORPORATE (1) 

GOVERNMENT 

STOCKS (1) 

FOREIGN INVESTMENTS 

OTHER FINANCIAL ASSETS 

OFFICIAL MONETARY RESERVE OFFSETS 

NET INCREASE IN LIABILITIES 

OFFICIAL INTERNATIONAL RESERVES: 

OFFICIAL HOLDINGS OF GOLD ANO FOREIGN EXCHANGE 
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUNO, GENERAL ACCOUNT . 
SPECIAL DRAWING RIGHTS 

CURRENCY ANO DEPOSITS: 

CURRENCY AND BANK DEPOSITS 

DEPOSITS IN OTHER INSTITUTIONS 

FOREIGN CURRENCY ANO DEPOSITS 

PAYABLES: 

CONSUMER CREDIT 

TRADE 

LOANS: 

BANK LOANS 

OTHER LOANS 

GOVERNMENT OF CANADA TREASURY BILLS 

FINANCE AND OTHER SHORT-TERM PAPER 

MORTGAGES 

BONDS : 

GOVERNMENT OF CANAOA BONDS 

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT BONOS 

MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT BONOS 

OTHER CANADIAN BONDS 

LIFE INSURANCE ANO PENSIONS 

CLAIMS ON ASSOCIATED ENTERPRISES: 

CORPORATE (1) 

GOVERNMENT 

STOCKS (1) 

FOREIGN INVESTMENTS 

OTHER LIABILITIES 

OFFICIAL MONETARY RESERVE OFFSETS 

DISCREPANCY (1900-20001 



1155 
124 



1960 
-1089 

-386 

794 

2753 

4867 



•1021 

-344 

722 

-1399 

20 
20 



53 
110 



3869 

3835 

-182 

82 

134 

1121 



248 

12 

455 



2114 



-1346 

694 

-2040 

2061 

1112 

949 



1373 
26 



MILLIONS OF DOLLARS 
2814 



1930 
884 



3959 
865 

78 

-2088 

-3060 

1538 



4598 



2070 

2070 

479 
251 
228 



207 
215 



211 
211 



411 

604 



222 
24 



1053 
-74 

23 

-756 

-982 

624 



468 
529 
-30 
-31 


185 

149 

39 

-3 


852 
137 
715 


411 

iii 


-8 


52 


-8 


52 


-14 
48 
33 


-12 
-23 

1 


-92 
-7 

-22 
15 

-78 


-3 

-5 

2 


... 


... 


200 
200 


4 

-1 

5 


29 

-17 

39 


2 

7 



1035 

1035 

-280 

-270 

-10 



5 
20 

373 

-1 

374 



404 
404 
-30 
*79 

226 



-45 

142 

97 



-1 

'-i 



359 
133 



-24 
-24 



56 
'56 



522 



733 
733 



-312 

-3ii 



102 
1 



(1) TOTAL CHANGES IN CATEGORY 3512 PLUS 3520 IS EQUAL TO THE CHANGE IN CATEGORY 2512 PLUS 2520. 
NOTE: SEE NOTE TO USERS. 



36 



TABLE 1-1. FINANCIAL FLCWS MATRIX, FIRST QUARTER 1975 



SECTOR 










VI 2. 

NEAR-BANKS 


VII . 

INSURANCE 

COMPANI ES 

AND PENSION 

FUNDS 


VIII. 

OTHER 

PRIVATE 

FINANCIAL 

INSTITUTIONS 


IX. 

PUBLIC 

FINANCIAL 

INSTITUTIONS 


X. 

FEDERAL 
GOVERNMENT 


XI. 

PROVINCIAL 

AND LOCAL 

GOVERNMENTS 

+ HOSPITALS 


XII. 

SOCIAL 

SECURITY 

FUNDS 


XIII. 

REST OF 

THE WORLD 


XIV. 
RESIDUAL 
ERROR OF 
ESTIMATE 


TOTAL 


CATEGORY 
NO. 








MILLIONS OF DOLLARS 












-33 


10 


48 


-14 


-1553 


1938 


490 


2135 


-967 


8226 


1100 




... 


... 


... 


... 


... 






-967 


-967 


1101 


3 
-36 


6 
4 


4 
44 


1 
-15 


95 
-1648 


429 

15 09 


490 


2135 


*.:: 


4129 

5064 


1200 
1400 


19 


18 


19 


48 


2 34 


1087 


... 


101 


968 


8226 


1500 


'5.9 


"ii 


"J.9 


"20 


262 
-37 


988 


::: 


::: 


968 


968 
7806 
-548 


1501 
1600 
1700 


- 


7 


- 


28 


9 


99 


... 


101 


... 


- 


1800 


-52 


-8 


29 


-62 


-1787 


851 


490 


2034 


-1935 


- 


1900 


-52 


-8 


29 


-144 


-1727 


99 


490 


2034 




- 


2000 


1630 


1104 


823 


371 


-1405 


2068 


490 


1747 




11090 


2100 


'.'.'. 


III 


::: 




III 


::: 




::: 




-37 

-115 

78 


2210 
2211 
2212 
2213 


333 

33 
192 
108 


-44 

-66 

20 

2 


24 

13 

2 

9 


-14 

-54 

40 


-1769 

-1774 

5 


846 

866 

-3 

-17 




35 

118 

1 

-84 




1648 

1479 

1495 

-1326 


2310 
2311 
2312 
2313 


57 
57 


94 
27 
67 


-89 
-89 


4 
" *4 


14 
*14 


17 
*17 




::: 




497 
122 
375 


2320 
2321 
2322 


-7 

'-7 


-6 
"-6 


556 
556 


160 
160 


156 
156 


68 
*68 




-54 
-54 




1865 
982 
883 


2330 
2331 
2332 


4 
614 
381 


6 
201 
191 


97 

175 

71 


-4 

1 

152 


-10 
-5 


4 
2 

140 




24 
294 




909 
1145 


2340 
2350 
2410 


173 
-2 
77 
74 
24 


455 

-43 

58 

-16 

456 


-69 

-98 

21 

3 

5 


113 
47 
26 
23 
17 


3 
2 

-1 

2 


262 
-11 

130 

118 

25 


291 

2 

289 


647 
-9 

552 
60 
44 




2275 
-208 
1156 
294 
1033 


2420 
2421 
2422 
2423 
2424 


... 




... 




... 


... 


... 


... 




1047 


2430 


19 
19 


3 
3 


155 
155 


-26 

-29 

3 


214 
214 


344 
344 


198 
198 


50 
50 




1499 
687 
812 


2510 
2512 
2513 


15 

1 

40 


202 

2 


-22 

4 

-79 


-36 
21 


-3 

-5 


2 

383 


"i 


-21 
772 




13 

37 

192 


2520 
2530 
2610 
2700 


1682 


1112 


794 


515 


322 


1969 




-287 




11090 


3100 


... 


::: 


::: 


::: 


::: 


::: 


'•'■'■ 


-37 

-115 

78 




-37 

-115 

78 


3210 
3211 
3212 
3213 


1502 
1502 


::: 


"-' 


-7 

"-7 


15 
15 


::: 




-460 
-460 




1648 

1479 

1495 

-1326 


3310 
3311 
3312 
3313 


::: 


7 
**7 


- 


-3 

*-3 


183 
183 


170 
170 


III 


II! 




497 
122 
375 


3320 
3321 
3322 


4 

-10 

14 


::: 


-52 

-263 

211 


53 

48 

5 


-8 
"-8 


437 

342 

95 


::: 


223 

25 
198 




1865 
982 
883 


3330 
3331 
3332 


-58 


::: 


200 
-2 


"ii 
1 


- 


326 

1 


::: 


::: 




909 

1145 


3340 
3350 
3410 


49 
*49 


1064 


79 
*79 


1 

"i 


-206 
-206 

-i.7 


773 

46.9 

294 

10 


... 


... 




2275 
-208 
1156 
294 
1033 
1047 


3420 
3421 
3422 
3423 
3424 
3430 


30 
30 


14 
14 


18 
18 


418 
418 


93 
*93 


3 
"*3 


::: 


-50 
-50 




1143 
331 
812 


3510 
3512 
3513 


12 
i43 


2 
*25 


125 
426 


*37 


262 


259 


ill 


*37 




369 

37 

192 


3520 
35 30 
3610 
3700 


- 


- 


- 


82 


-60 


752 


- 


- 


-1935 


- 


4000 



SOURCE: FINANCIAL FLOW ACCOUNT (13-002), STATISTICS CANADA. 



37 



SECTION 3 
TABLE 4. 1 



1973r 
1974r 



4 — Balance of international payments 
Table 4.1: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, all countries (million dollars) 



July, 1975 





total 

current 

receipts 


total 

current 

payments 


current 
account 
balance 




goods and services' 




merchandise 


trade 2 




service transactions 


quarter 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


exports 


imports 


balance 


receipts 


payments balance 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


50525 
60525 


50550 
60550 


50555 
60555 


50503 
60722 


50541 
60723 


50558 
60724 


50501 
60501 


50526 
60526 


50551 
60551 


50502 
60710 


50544 50556 
60714 60718 



31,725 

39,815 



31,707 
41,458 



18 

-1 , 643 



30,684 
38,488 



003 ^581 

675 -2,187 



25,445 
32,383 



22,725 
30,864 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



2,720 
836 



5,239 
6, 105 



8,278 
9,811 



-3, 039 
-3,706 



1974 1 


8,467 


9,010 


2 


10,331 


10,493 


3 


10,311 


10,374 


4 


10,706 


11,581 



1975 1 



8,944 10,978 



-543 
-162 
- 63 
-875 

-2 , 034 



8,239 

9,978 

9,944 

10,327 

8,683 



820 
308 
162 
385 



revised 

-581 7,117 

-330 8,395 

-218 8,001 

-1,058 8,870 



10,751 -2,068 



7,433 



6,569 
7,899 
7,713 
8,683 

8,116 



548 
496 
288 
187 

-683 



1,122 
1,583 
1,943 
1,457 

1,250 



2,251 
2,409 
2,449 
2,702 

2,635 



) 

-1,129 

-826 

-506 

-1,245 

-1 , 385 



1974 1 
2 
3 

4 

1975 1 



1973r 

1974 r 



( 

9,366 

9,704 

10,394 

10,351 



9,375 

9,838 

10,896 

11,349 



9,875 11,404 



- 9 
-134 
-502 
-998 

-1,529 



9,082 

9,370 

10,030 

1 0, 006 

9,549 



adjusted for seasonal variation 

revised 

9,191 -109 7,650 6,875 

9,652 -282 7,827 7,286 

10,701 -671 8,461 8,241 

11,131 -1,125 8,445 8,462 



11,190 



-1,641 



7,957 



8,494 



775 

541 

220 

- 17 

-537 



1,432 
1,543 
1,569 
1,561 

1,592 



2,316 
2,366 
2,460 
2,669 

2,696 



-884 

-823 

-891 

-1 , 1 08 

-1 , 1 04 



year 




travel 




interest and dividends 


fre 


ght and shipping 


other 


service transactions 


with- 
holding 
tax 5 


quarter 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


receipts 


payments balance 


receipts 


payments balance 


receipts 


payments balance 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


50506 
60506 


50531 
60531 


50718 
60554 


50508 
60508 


50533 50719 
60533 60556 


50512 
60512 


50537 50720 
60537 60557 


50516 
60711 


50545 50721 
60715 60719 


50715 
60725 



1,446 
1,694 



1,742 
1,978 



-296 
-284 



754 
811 



2,019 
2,296 



-1,265 1,476 
-1,485 1,751 



1,648 
1,974 



-172 
-223 



1,563 
1,849 



2,547 
3,133 



-984 
-1,284 



-322 
-^30 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1974 1 
2 
3 

4 



160 
433 
837 

264 



522 


-362 


170 


472 


- 39 


238 


614 


223 


199 


370 


-106 


204 



510 
519 
482 
785 





revised 






-340 


385 


418 


- 33 


-281 


447 


504 


- 57 


-283 


433 


497 


- 64 


-581 


486 


555 


- 69 



407 
465 
474 
503 



726 
794 
780 
833 



-319 
-329 
-306 
-330 



) 
-758 
-120 
- 76 
-159 



1975 1 



178 



680 



-502 



175 



577 



-M02 



400 



472 



- 72 



497 



832 



-335 



74 



1974 1 
2 
3 
4 



416 
426 
412 
440 



498 
464 
467 
549 



- 82 

- 38 
-554 
-109 



182 
235 
220 
174 



ad|usted for seasonal variation 

revised ) 

534 -352 415 464 - 49 419 736 -317 - 84 

555 -320 423 475 - 52 459 769 -310 -103 

564 -344 454 504 - 50 483 806 -322 -119 

643 -469 459 531 - 72 488 822 -334 -124 



1975 1 



1973r 

1974 r 



464 



650 



-186 



189 



600 



—411 



429 



522 



93 



510 



842 



-332 



1,041 
1,327 



704 
783 



337 

544 



516 
680 



159 
159 



357 
521 



203 
217 



290 
289 



- 87 

- 72 



322 
430 



82 



year 




transfers 




inheritances and migr 


ants' funds 


persona 
receipts 


and instirutiona 
payments 


remittances 
balance 


with- 
holding 
tax 1 


official 

contributions 


quarter 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


CANSIM 
S. A. 


50717 
60712 


50546 
60716 


50557 
60720 


50515 
60515 


50540 
60540 


50723 
60558 


50518 
60713 


50547 
60717 


50724 
60721 


50716 
60726 


50725 
60709 



-255 
-335 



974 1 


228 


190 


38 


100 


2 


353 


185 


168 


180 


3 


367 


212 


155 


236 


4 


379 


196 


183 


164 



unadjusted for seasonal voriation 

revised 

29 71 53 

37 143 53 

50 186 55 

43 121 56 



72 


- 19 


75 


- 89 


72 


- 19 


120 


- 76 


71 


- 16 


76 


- 91 


74 


- 18 


159 


- 79 



1975 1 



261 



227 



34 



130 



29 



101 



57 



75 



18 



74 



-123 



adiusted for seasonal variation 



1974 1 
2 
3 

4 

1975 1 



284 184 

334 186 

364 195 

345 218 



326 



214 



100 
148 
169 
127 

112 



148 
178 
189 
165 

188 



'As used in national income and expenditure 
Balance of Payments. 'Tax withheld on service 



38 
39 
41 
41 

37 



revised 
110 
139 
148 
124 

151 



52 
53 
56 
56 

56 



71 
72 
72 

74 

74 



- 19 

- 19 

- 16 

- 18 

- 18 



84 
103 
119 
124 

82 



) 

- 75 

- 75 

- 82 
-103 

-103 



accounts. 'Trade of Canada figures with certain 

payments and income distributions to non-residents. 



valuation, coverage and timing adjustments appropriate for 



38 



August, 1975 



4 — Balance of international payments 
Table 4. 2: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, area distribution' (million dollars) 



SECTION 3 
TABLES 4. 2 and 4.3 









United States 








United Kin 


gdom 






all other countries 




year 








merchan- 










merchan- 










merchan- 




or 






current 


dise 


non -mer- 






current 


dise 


non -mer- 






current 


dise 


non-mer- 


quarter 


total 


total 


account 


trade 


chandise 


total 


total 


account 


trade 


chandise 


total 


total 


account 


trade 


chandise 




receipts 


payments 


balance 


balance 


balance 2 


receipts 


payments balance 


balance 


balance 2 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


bolance 


balance 2 


CANSIM 


3907 


3908 


3909 


3910 


3911 


3912 


3913 


3914 


3915 


3916 


3917 


3918 


3919 


3920 


3921 


1973 


20,797 


21,638 


-841 


1,227 


-2,068 


2,246 


1,733 


513 


587 


- 74 


8,360 


8,014 


346 


906 


-560 


1974 


25,527 


27,057 


-1 , 530 


1,002 


-2,532 


2,773 


2,025 


748 


796 


- 48 


11,085 


1 1 , 946 


-861 


279 


-582 


1974 1 


5,616 


6,092 


-476 


269 


-745 


546 


414 


132 


178 


- 46 


2,230 


2,429 


-199 


101 


-300 


2 


6,499 


6,912 


-413 


168 


-581 


742 


492 


250 


252 


- 2 


2,970 


2,969 


1 


76 


- 75 


3 


6,626 


6,527 


99 


345 


-246 


702 


562 


140 


158 


- 18 


2,907 


3,209 


-302 


-215 


- 87 


4 


6,786 


7,526 


-740 


220 


-960 


783 


557 


226 


208 


18 


2,978 


3,339 


-361 


-241 


-120 


1975 1 


5,806 


7,066 


-1,260 


-228 


-1 , 032 


678 


501 


177 


179 


- 2 


2,386 


3,337 


-951 


-634 


-317 



'Excludes withholding tax. includes service transactions and transfer balances. 

Table 4.3: Canadian balance of international payments, capital account, '■ all countries (million dollars) 



Canadian stocks 



year 
or 

quarter 



direct investment 



trade 

in in out- new retire- 

Canada abroad standing issues ments 



trade in outstanding Canadian bonds 

govern- 
ment of pro- munici- corpo- 
Canada 2 vincial 2 pal ration total 



new issues of Canadian bonds 



govern- 
ment of pro- munici- 
Canada 2 vincial 2 pal 



corpo- 
ration total 



CANSIM 50560 50564 50576 



50586 50587 50585 65001 65002 65003 65004 65000 65006 65007 65008 65009 65005 



1973 725 


-775 


- 24 


45 


-10 


1974 435 


-645 


-112 


15 


- 5 


1974 1 155 


-145 


111 


4 


- 


2 30 


-155 


- 32 


4 


- 


3 85 


-360 


- 94 


5 


- 


4 165 


15 


- 97 


2 


- 5 



1975 1 65 



85 



24 



11 


19 


9 


102 


-43 


51 


115 


-52 


13 


28 


3 


11 


89 


17 


10 


100 


-11 


17 



- 21 



-11 



4 

- 2 
1 
5 

- 8 



14 
24 

9 



1 

14 



31 


12 


891 


114 


325 


1,342 


40 


13 


1,707 


239 


463 


2,422 


■26 


2 


442 


137 


78 


659 


12 


6 


282 


25 


89 


402 


29 


1 


374 


1 


137 


513 


25 


4 


609 


76 


159 


848 



-14 



696 



89 



104 



889 



year 

or 

quarter 



retirements of Canadian bonds 



govern- 
ment of pro- munic- corpo- 
Canada 2 vincial 2 ipal ration total 



foreign securities 

total trade 

Canadian in out- new retire- 

bonds standing issues ments 



government of 

Canada loans and 

subscriptions 



repay- 
advances ments 



Columbia 

River total 

Treaty export other long-term 

(net) credits long-term capital 



CANSIM 65011 65012 65013 65014 65610 



50651 50600 50608 50616 



50624 & 
50626 50629 



50630 



50632 50650 50687 



1973 -110 


-244 


-119 


-298 


-771 


602 


93 


-56 


15 


-252 


13 


1974 - 60 


-196 


- 96 


-176 


-528 


1,934 


43 


-27 


12 


-256 


37 


1974 1 - 11 


- 78 


- 26 


- 34 


-149 


484 


51 


- 6 


3 


- 78 


_ 


2-7 


- 38 


- 26 


- 60 


-131 


283 


35 


- 7 


3 


- 79 


7 


3-34 


- 23 


- 14 


- 32 


-103 


439 


-36 


- 3 


3 


- 59 


- 


4-8 


- 57 


- 30 


- 50 


-145 


728 


- 7 


-11 


3 


-132 


30 



-198 


166 


373 


-589 


166 


740 


- 75 


- 10 


494 


-193 


53 


- 51 


-197 


86 


-131 


-124 


37 


604 



1975 1 



-148 



21 



59 



-228 



647 -11 



-27 



-100 



98 



32 



405 



resident holdings of 
foreign currency 





chartered 




















year 


bank net 


non-bank 




non-resident holt 


ings of: 














foreign 
currency 


holdings 
of 


















quarter 






other 












position 


foreign 




govern- 


finance 








total 


net 




with 


cur- 


Cana- 


ment finance 


company 


com- 




all other 


short- 


capita 




non-resi- 


rencies 


dian $ 


demand treasury company 


obli- 


mercial 


other 


trans- 


term- 


move- 




dents 


abroad 


deposits 


liabilities bills paper 


gations 


paper 


paper 


actions 3 


capital 


ment 



official 

monetary movements 
in the form of: 

alio- 

cation of official 
special inter- official 

drawing national monetary 
rights reserves liabilities 



CANSIM 50659 50660 50652 



50654 50656 50668 50676 50667 50669 50686 



50688 50689 50710 50713 50714 



1973 


-343 


-163 


145 


77 


-24 


- 24 


17 


- 1 


164 


-707 


-858 


-466 - 


-467 


1974 


-1 , 354 


1,610 


592 


45 


78 


94 


170 


12 


- 69 


-427 


751 


1,667 - 


24 


1974 1 


-365 


839 


12 


- 7 


4 


57 


35 


28 


- 33 


-194 


376 


870 - 


327 


2 


-323 


92 


143 


7 


18 


41 


93 


- 18 


-121 


302 


234 


183 - 


21 


3 


-285 


339 


29 


- 6 


23 


27 


20 


6 


73 


-311 


- 85 


-216 - 


-279 


4 


-381 


340 


408 


51 


33 


- 31 


22 


- 4 


12 


-224 


226 


830 - 


- 45 


1975 1 


370 


- 24 


166 


- 8 


24 


151 


-86 


5 


154 


840 


1,592 


1 , 997 - 


- 37 



'A minus sign, except for official monetary movements, indicates an outflow of capital from Canada, includes guaranteed issues. 'Includes changes in 
loans and accounts receivable and payable, and also balancing item representing difference between recorded measures of current, capital and reserve movements 
and embodies all unidentified transactions. Sources for above tables: Quarterly Estimates of the Canadian Balance of International Payments (67-001), The 

Canadian Balance of International Payments (67-201) annual, and Security Transactions with Non-Res idents (67-002) monthly. Statistics Canada. 



39 



SECTION 4 
TABLE 1 



August, 1975 



Table 1: wages and salaries, by province based on the 1960 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 



year 






Prince 




















and 




Newfound- 


Edward 




New 








Saskatch- 




British 




month 




land 


Island 


Nova Scotia 


Brunswick 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


ewan 


Alberta 


Columbia 


Canada 1 


CANSIM 


5226 


5227 


5228 


5229 


5230 


5231 


5232 


5233 


5234 


5235 


5225 


S. A. 




5237 


5238 


5239 


5240 


5241 


5242 


5243 


5244 


5245 


5246 


5236 


1973 




897 


159 


1,616 


1,217 


15,280 


26,170 


2,446 


1,534 


4,426 


6,965 


60,896 


1974 




952 


188 


1,722 


1,466 


17,909 


29, 969 


2,912 


1,852 


4,956 


8,264 


70, 968 














unadjusted for seasonal variation 










1973 


A 


67.2 


11.9 


126.0 


94.7 


1,234.2 


2,121.3 


197.3 


121.2 


354.8 


561.5 


4,905.1 




M 


72.6 


13.0 


130.6 


98.6 


1,262.1 


2,182.3 


205.2 


126.0 


369.6 


579.0 


5,054.2 




J 


80.7 


14.3 


138.7 


105.8 


1,298.4 


2,235.9 


208.1 


131.4 


378.6 


599.7 


5,207.4 




J 


82.0 


14.5 


138.9 


106.3 


1,231.2 


2,177.8 


206.8 


131.7 


381.1 


588.9 


5,074.7 




A 


80.7 


14.4 


141.0 


106.0 


1,257.6 


2,175.2 


204.8 


130.9 


379.0 


582.1 


5,086.9 




S 


80.8 


14.7 


142.2 


106.8 


1,348.3 


2,275.7 


210.0 


133.0 


378.4 


606.4 


5,312.4 







80.3 


14.3 


142.5 


107.7 


1,356.4 


2,305.6 


214.7 


136.6 


385.3 


621.7 


5,381.2 




N 


80.6 


14.2 


142.4 


108.9 


1,353.5 


2,306.3 


215.7 


134.8 


385.2 


615.6 


5,373.5 




D 


76.6 


13.2 


145.1 


105.0 


1,320.8 


2,269.4 


212.6 


133.4 


381.9 


605.5 


5,279.8 


1974 


J 


75.7 


13.0 


138.7 


105.1 


1,333.6 


2,284.2 


215.9 


130.9 


382.6 


607.6 


5,303.9 




F 


76.0 


13.2 


140.5 


105.1 


1,343.1 


2,290.4 


217.5 


133.6 


393.7 


629.6 


5,359.5 




M 


77.5 


13.6 


145.6 


111.0 


1,374.6 


2,344.1 


228.3 


139.1 


404.6 


656.0 


5,511.8 




A 


76.8 


14.1 


147.7 


109.1 


1,386.1 


2,378.5 


228.3 


141.3 


405.8 


661.5 


5,566.4 




M 


83.5 


15.7 


155.1 


116.6 


1,464.9 


2,478.9 


238.0 


148.3 


425.5 


669.0 


5,813.3 




J 


91.6 


16.4 


163.3 


127.2 


1,485.7 


2,557.8 


245.7 


158.4 


444.7 


673.2 


5,982.3 




J 


93.6 


17.3 


165.0 


133.3 


1,460.6 


2,523.8 


250.0 


163.8 


456.5 


685.4 


5,967.7 




A 


93.8 


17.3 


165.8 


132.1 


1,547.8 


2,519.4 


253.9 


163.9 


460.6 


713.9 


6,087.1 




S 


94.4 


17.4 


166.2 


132.3 


1,656.5 


2,638.0 


257.9 


166.8 


467.2 


747.5 


6,363.4 







95.3 


17.0 


165.7 


132.9 


1,587.7 


2,662.1 


258.8 


167.8 


471.7 


744.9 


6,323.4 




N 


94.8 


16.2 


165.5 


130.6 


1,572.8 


2,655.9 


257.9 


168.4 


473.9 


747.0 


6,303.0 




D 


93.1 


16.8 


168.8 


130.3 


1,695.7 


2,635.5 


259.8 


169.5 


468.8 


728.0 


6,386.3 


1975 


J 


89.3 


16.0 


162.9 


130.7 


1,545.0 


2,584.3 


256.9 


168.0 


468.5 


720.7 


6,161.0 




F 


89.6 


15.7 


163.9 


129.0 


1,559.8 


2,595.3 


260.5 


166.7 


475.9 


719.9 


6,196.2 




M 


92.0 


16.0 


167.2 


133.0 


1,565.3 


2,625.2 


263.4 


170.6 


484.2 


771.9 


6,309.3 




A P 


93.8 


16.3 


171.3 


137.6 


1,595.2 


2,682.2 


266.2 


177.7 


494.1 


767.5 


6,422.1 




Mt 


98.3 


18.1 


180.6 


152.1 


1,667.4 

adjuste 


2,766.6 
d for seasona 


272.7 

variation 


186.0 


512.1 


796.7 


6,671.4 


1973 


A 


71.9 


12.7 


129.1 


99.8 


1,249.7 


2,141.0 


201.0 


125.0 


364.4 


566.2 


4,979.1 




M 


73.5 


12.8 


130.4 


99.7 


1,240.0 


2,157.5 


203.7 


124.8 


368.6 


573.4 


5,000.8 




J 


75.8 


13.2 


133.1 


100.9 


1,254.1 


2,168.5 


201.6 


125.3 


366.4 


581.5 


5,037.3 




J 


76.0 


13.5 


134.3 


101.2 


1,254.6 


2,173.6 


201.5 


127.0 


366.0 


585.4 


5,050.3 




A 


75.5 


13.4 


136.7 


101.3 


1,275.5 


2,181.3 


200.0 


125.9 


365.7 


579.7 


5,061.3 




S 


76.9 


13.8 


138.7 


103.2 


1,311.7 


2,228.0 


205.4 


128.9 


368.1 


583.6 


5,172.6 







76.9 


13.9 


140.7 


105.3 


1,317.5 


2,258.7 


210.9 


133.2 


379.7 


604.3 


5,259.2 




N 


79.7 


14.4 


142.3 


107.7 


1,331.5 


2,281.4 


214.7 


134.8 


386.7 


611.2 


5,322.0 




D 


80.4 


13.7 


146.4 


107.7 


1,337.8 


2,298.4 


217.6 


136.5 


393.9 


625.7 


5,375.2 


1974 


J 


81.1 


14.2 


145.1 


109.8 


1,367.0 


2,352.3 


224.4 


138.3 


398.0 


638.3 


5,484.5 




F 


82.1 


14.7 


147.2 


110.7 


1,383.0 


2,353.8 


225.9 


140.6 


407.5 


649.0 


5,527.7 




M 


83.5 


14.7 


150.6 


116.0 


1,402.9 


2,394.5 


233.1 


144.6 


414.4 


662.8 


5,640.6 




A 


82.2 


15.0 


151.5 


115.2 


1,403.2 


2,399.6 


232.6 


145.9 


416.6 


667.0 


5,647.9 




M 


84.4 


15.5 


155.0 


118.2 


1,439.1 


2,449.9 


236.3 


147.1 


424.5 


662.1 


5,750.2 




J 


86.0 


15.1 


156.5 


121.2 


1,434.5 


2,480.6 


238.1 


151.3 


430.2 


652.0 


5,787.8 




J 


86.6 


16.0 


159.8 


126.9 


1,489.0 


2,518.8 


243.9 


158.2 


438.8 


681.7 


5,937.4 




A 


87.7 


16.1 


160.7 


126.5 


1,569.5 


2,527.8 


248.4 


158.2 


445.4 


711.5 


6,057.7 




S 


89.8 


16.4 


162.1 


127.9 


1,614.8 


2,584.1 


252.5 


161.9 


455.2 


720.0 


6,203.6 







91.3 


16.5 


163.8 


130.2 


1,542.2 


2,607.9 


254.3 


163.8 


465.2 


724.2 


6,180.6 




N 


93.7 


16.4 


165.4 


129.2 


1,547.1 


2,628.4 


256.8 


168.5 


476.1 


742.2 


6,244.4 




D 


97.6 


17.3 


170.2 


133.8 


1,716.7 


2,670.7 


265.8 


173.4 


483.6 


752.8 


6,505.7 


1975 


J 


95.5 


17.4 


170.3 


136.4 


1,582.8 


2,660.6 


266.7 


177.3 


487.3 


756.7 


6,369.3 




F 


96.4 


17.5 


171.6 


135.7 


1,605.7 


2,666.3 


270.3 


175.3 


492.4 


741.8 


6,387.7 




M 


99.1 


17.3 


172.8 


138.8 


1,596.7 


2,681.1 


268.9 


177.4 


495.6 


779.0 


6,451.5 




A P 


100.2 


17.3 


175.7 


145.1 


1,614.1 


2,704.7 


271.0 


183.3 


506.8 


773.6 


6,509.5 




M t 


99.3 


17.8 


180.4 


153.8 


1,637.5 


2,733.1 


268.5 


184.2 


510.6 


788.1 


6,594.9 



'Includes Yukon, North West Territories and Canadian residents abroad. 
t-Advance estimates. 



Source: Estimates of Labour Income (72*005), Statistics Canada. 



40 



August, 1975 



SECTION 4 
TABLE 2 



Table 2: Wages and Salaries by Industry, and Supplementary Labour Income, Canada, 
based on the 1960 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 















trans- 
















year 












portation, 




finance. 




public" 




supple- 




and 












communi- 




insurance 




admin. 


total 2 


mentary 


total 2 


month 








manu- 


con- 


cation and 




and real 




and 


wages and 


labour 


labour 




agricul 


ture forestry 


mining 


facturing 


struction 


utilities 


trode 


estate 


service 


defence 


salaries 


income 


income 


CANSIM 


5249 


5252 


5253 


5254 


5255 


5256 


5257 


5260 


5261 


5266 


5248 


5271 


5247 


S. A. 


5274 


5277 


5278 


5279 


5280 


5281 


5282 


5285 


5286 


5291 


5273 


5296 


5272 



1973 




487 


716 


1,430 


15,336 


5,146 


6,669 


8,449 


3,475 


14, 187 


5,006 


60,896 


4,065 


64,961 


1974 




599 


812 


1,682 


17,503 


5,926 


7,883 

unadjusted f 


9,965 

or seasonal 


4,102 

variation 


16,595 


5,987 


70, 968 


5,001 


75,969 


1973 


A 


32.7 


45.0 


111.9 


1,234.1 


397.0 


557.5 


681.3 


281.0 


1,170.3 


395.3 


4,905.1 


346.9 


5,252.0 




M 


39.6 


56.4 


117.3 


1,260.5 


439.0 


564.0 


693.5 


286.0 


1,183.8 


414.7 


5,054.2 


350.2 


5,404.4 




J 


47.6 


66.4 


120.9 


1,303.5 


463.5 


573.3 


710.7 


290.1 


1, 199.4 


430.5 


5,207.5 


357.5 


5,565.0 




J 


56.2 


67.7 


121.1 


1,274.6 


472.3 


570.3 


700.7 


290.7 


1,090.1 


429.8 


5,074.7 


337.6 


5,412.3 




A 


63.4 


68.7 


121.2 


1,288.4 


492.7 


541.4 


701.4 


292.1 


1,076.6 


440.7 


5,086.9 


329.4 


5,416.4 




S 


56.4 


69.9 


120.3 


1,323.8 


502.5 


576.0 


720.6 


297.2 


1,221.6 


425.0 


5,312.4 


335.1 


5,647.5 







45.8 


71.3 


122.1 


1,349.3 


493.8 


581.0 


742.1 


305.2 


1,239.5 


432.3 


5,381.2 


330.1 


5,711.3 




N 


37.0 


64.7 


124.7 


1,351.9 


461.0 


583.4 


760.9 


308.5 


1,255.0 


431.1 


5,373.5 


326.5 


5,679.9 




D 


31.2 


53.4 


124.2 


1,336.5 


372.5 


588.5 


772.4 


310.6 


1,248.9 


441.1 


5,279.8 


316.8 


5,596.6 


1974 


J 


28.5 


56.7 


126.9 


1,351.8 


389.5 


595.7 


747.8 


317.0 


1,261.3 


437.8 


5,303.9 


411.7 


5,715.6 




F 


29.2 


59.0 


129.1 


1,352.0 


396.9 


597.9 


751.1 


323.3 


1,280.0 


451.2 


5,359.5 


413.0 


5,772.6 




M 


33.5 


56.2 


132.5 


1,382.1 


409.4 


642.5 


766.4 


330.8 


1,303.4 


463.6 


5,511.8 


422.9 


5,934.7 




A 


40.2 


50.6 


128.8 


1,403.6 


427.6 


617.6 


789.0 


335.8 


1,322.2 


457.4 


5,566.4 


418.0 


5,984.4 




M 


49.4 


61.5 


135.5 


1,441.3 


472.0 


654.6 


813.8 


343.0 


1,351.1 


494.7 


5,813.3 


428.6 


6,241.9 




J 


60.1 


64.5 


142.1 


1,478.5 


499.5 


660.4 


844.0 


345.4 


1,388.1 


506.4 


5,982.3 


436.2 


6,418.5 




J 


71.0 


69.2 


145.2 


1,468.7 


551.4 


676.4 


842.3 


352.5 


1,265.1 


534.8 


5,967.7 


419.6 


6,387.3 




A 


79.6 


82.3 


144.7 


1,499.4 


575.3 


669.6 


840.5 


349.5 


1,336.3 


517.0 


6, 087. 1 


414.8 


6,501.9 




S 


70.0 


82.5 


143.8 


1,541.2 


597.8 


671.2 


862.3 


344.7 


1,531.8 


524.2 


6,363.4 


421.2 


6,784.6 







56.1 


84.2 


148.4 


1,547.0 


598.3 


683.1 


885.7 


348.6 


1,459.9 


515.8 


6,323.4 


409.0 


6,732.5 




N 


44.7 


79.5 


152.5 


1,535.9 


554.6 


682.5 


899.5 


353.1 


1,480.0 


528.2 


6,303.0 


403.7 


6,706.7 




D 


37.1 


65.9 


152.6 


1,501.5 


453.2 


731.4 


922.5 


358.2 


1,615.4 


555.7 


6,386.3 


402.3 


6,788.6 


1975 


J 


33.3 


64.6 


156.3 


1,492.1 


446.7 


686.2 


886.4 


368.0 


1,502.6 


521.3 


6,161.0 


470.3 


6,631.3 




F 


33.5 


62.4 


155.4 


1,492.7 


457.3 


694.7 


889.2 


372.2 


1,512.8 


523.8 


6,196.2 


469.5 


6,665.6 




M 


37.8 


66.7 


157.9 


1,508.5 


466.4 


706.3 


902.0 


375.9 


1 , 54 1 . 9 


541.6 


6,309.3 


473.0 


6,782.2 




A P 


44.7 


57.4 


153.4 


1,534.1 


503.6 


717.7 


920.9 


385.4 


1,564.4 


537.6 


6,422.1 


475.6 


6,897.7 




Mt 


54.4 


68.1 


164.6 


1,578.2 


558.3 


737.9 


937.9 


393.0 


1,606.3 


566.9 


6,671.4 


483.7 


7,155.1 



,C.D. 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 A 


39.6 


60.2 


115.3 


1,250.3 


428.5 


565.9 


686.2 


278.3 


1,148.9 


404.5 


4,979.1 


328.5 


5,307.6 


M 


40.1 


61.0 


117.4 


1,255.5 


428.1 


557.5 


691.4 


283.8 


1,154.6 


413.6 


5, 000. 8 


331.1 


5,331.9 


J 


40.6 


60.1 


118.3 


1,273.5 


423.0 


558.8 


697.9 


285.2 


1,164.1 


416.0 


5,037.3 


334.9 


5,372.2 


J 


41.1 


60.0 


119.8 


1,281.6 


419.3 


553.1 


704.8 


286.3 


1,172.9 


414.4 


5,050.3 


338.6 


5,388.9 


A 


41.4 


58.4 


119.8 


1,273.8 


427.4 


524.5 


713.8 


292.0 


1,182.8 


428.6 


5,061.3 


340.1 


5,401.4 


S 


41.7 


58.7 


120.9 


1,293.7 


438.0 


566.5 


723.2 


301.6 


1,204.4 


423.7 


5,172.6 


349.2 


5,521.8 


O 


42.0 


60.8 


122.1 


1,321.8 


441.2 


577.0 


733.1 


308.9 


1,218.1 


437.6 


5,259.2 


357.7 


5,616.9 


N 


42.4 


59.2 


124.4 


1,342.7 


448.8 


584.1 


741.7 


312.3 


1,232.6 


439.2 


5,322.0 


363.9 


5,685.9 


D 


42.7 


60.7 


126.1 


1,363.5 


443.4 


594.4 


743.8 


314.1 


1,242.9 


443.8 


5,375.2 


366.2 


5,741.5 


1974 J 


44.3 


64.2 


127.1 


1,380.4 


471.9 


617.2 


766.2 


318.7 


1,259.0 


448.1 


5,484.5 


376.8 


5,861.4 


F 


45.9 


66.2 


129.2 


1,379.2 


473.1 


619.2 


772.4 


323.0 


1,275.2 


460.6 


5,527.7 


381.1 


5,908.8 


M 


47.5 


68.7 


131.5 


1,402.2 


474.2 


661.5 


782.1 


327.6 


1,292.7 


471.6 


5,640.6 


393.6 


6,034.2 


A 


49.1 


67.5 


132.8 


1,421.7 


461.3 


626.8 


794.6 


332.5 


1,315.0 


472.8 


5,647.4 


395.6 


6,043.5 


M 


50.5 


66.3 


135.6 


1,434.9 


459.9 


646.2 


811.1 


340.3 


1,342.6 


500.6 


5,750.2 


405.2 


6,155.4 


J 


51.7 


58.0 


139.0 


1,444.2 


453.6 


643.7 


828.8 


339.6 


1,358.3 


492.5 


5,787.8 


408.9 


6,196.7 


J 


52.3 


61.0 


143.6 


1,476.9 


490.0 


656.2 


847.5 


347.4 


1,368.6 


518.8 


5,937.4 


421.5 


6,358.9 


A 


52.3 


70.5 


143.1 


1,483.3 


500.2 


650.4 


855.8 


349.5 


1,460.9 


503.7 


6,057.7 


428.4 


6,486.1 


S 


52.1 


69.7 


144.5 


1,507.0 


522.1 


660.7 


866.1 


350.2 


1,507.8 


521.3 


6,203.6 


438.2 


6,641.9 


O 


51.7 


71.9 


148.5 


1,515.5 


535.4 


678.9 


875.2 


353.0 


1,414.9 


516.8 


6,180.6 


442.2 


6,622.7 


N 


51.3 


72.8 


152.1 


1,526.0 


541.1 


683.6 


876.6 


357.6 


1,425.3 


530.2 


6,244.4 


448.5 


6,692.9 


D 


50.9 


75.1 


154.9 


1,532.1 


542.6 


738.6 


888.5 


362.4 


1,574.2 


549.9 


6,505.7 


461.0 


6,966.7 


1975 J 


51.3 


73.0 


156.5 


1,523.3 


540.2 


710.5 


907.7 


370.1 


1,494.3 


532.2 


6,369.3 


456.7 


6,826.0 


F 


52.1 


70.0 


155.6 


1,523.3 


544.1 


719.0 


914.1 


371.8 


1,499.5 


532.2 


6,387.7 


458.2 


6,845.9 


M 


53.0 


80.5 


156.8 


1,529.8 


538.9 


727.7 


920.0 


372.4 


1,516.3 


547.3 


6,451.5 


460.2 


6,911.7 


A P 


53.9 


76.3 


158.2 


1,553.4 


542.0 


727.9 


926.9 


381.6 


1,536.7 


547.7 


6,509.5 


465.6 


6,975.2 


Mt 


54.8 


73.3 


164.7 


1,571.2 


543.3 


727.9 


933.9 


390.1 


1,567.2 


563.1 


6,594.9 


471.4 


7,066.4 



'Excludes military pay and allowances. includes fishing and trapping. Source: Estimates of Labour Income (72-005), Statistics Canada. 
t = Advance estimates. NOTE; Estimates may not add to totals due to rounding. 



41 



SECTION 4 
























August, 1975 1 


TABLE 3 
































Table 3: 


labour force 


characteristics 


of the popu 


ation 14 years of age and 


over 


(thousands of persons) 
















employed 
















onnua 


1 


























avera 


ge 


population 










paic 


workers 












and 




1 4 years 
of age 


total 
















not in the 






month 




1 a bo u r 






non- 




non- 






labour 


participation 


unemployment 






and over 


force 


total 


agricu Iture 


agriculture 


total 


agriculture 


unem 


cloyed 


force 


rate' 


rate 2 


CANSIM 


755000 


755001 


755002 


755009 


755016 


755003 


755017 


755023 


755033 


75504 


755041 


S. A. 




- 


762838 


762363 


762365 


762366 


762364 


762367 


762368 


762377 


762378 


762868 


1973 




16,125 


9,279 


8,759 


467 


8,292 


7,757 


7,661 


520 




6,846 


57.5 


5.6 


1974 




16,562 


9,662 


9,137 


473 


8,664 


8,105 


8,006 


525 




6,900 


58.3 


5.4 












u 


nadjusted for 


seasonal variation 












1973 


J 


16,135 


9,690 


9,229 


556 


8,674 


8,156 


8,017 


461 




6,445 


60.1 


4.8 




A 


16, 169 


9,668 


9,235 


557 


8,678 


8,176 


8,029 


433 




6,501 


59.8 


4.5 




S 


16,210 


9,219 


8,798 


499 


8,299 


7,781 


7,675 


421 




6,991 


56.9 


4.6 







16,246 


9,311 


8,882 


461 


8,421 


7,898 


7,804 


429 




6,935 


57.3 


4.6 




N 


16,281 


9,2 97 


8,829 


416 


8,413 


7,875 


7,795 


468 




6,984 


57.1 


5.0 




D 


16,314 


9,298 


8,786 


391 


8,395 


7,833 


7,760 


512 




7,016 


57.0 


5.5 


1974 


J 


16,352 


9,283 


8,646 


386 


8,260 


7,708 


7,637 


637 




7,069 


56.8 


6.9 




F 


16,383 


9,306 


8,671 


400 


8,270 


7,715 


7,643 


635 




7,077 


56.8 


6.8 




M 


16,413 


9,331 


8,732 


424 


8,308 


7,744 


7,670 


599 




7,082 


56.9 


6.4 




A 


16,455 


9,441 


8,873 


465 


8,409 


7,846 


7,756 


568 




7,014 


57.4 


6.0 




M 


16,491 


9,676 


9, 152 


499 


8,653 


8,071 


7,970 


524 




6,815 


58.7 


5.4 




J 


16,533 


9,868 


9,399 


534 


8,865 


8,314 


8,198 


469 




6,665 


59.7 


4.8 




J 


16,584 


10, 140 


9,675 


566 


9,110 


8,573 


8,429 


465 




6,444 


61.1 


4.6 




A 


16,625 


10,152 


9, 705 


542 


9, 163 


8,626 


8,4 86 


447 




6,473 


61.1 


4.4 




5 


16,665 


9,649 


9,218 


517 


8,700 


8, 156 


8,040 


431 




7,016 


57.9 


4.5 







16,703 


9,699 


9,269 


504 


8,765 


8,207 


8,100 


430 




7,004 


58. 1 


4.4 




N 


16,749 


9,682 


9, 189 


431 


8,758 


8,180 


8,101 


493 




7,067 


57.8 


5.1 




D 


16,787 


9,715 


9,118 


409 


8,709 


8,121 


8,047 


597 




7,072 


57.9 


6.1 


1975 


J 


16,826 


9,683 


8,866 


398 


8,468 


7,884 


7,817 


817 




7,143 


57.5 


8.4 




F 


16,857 


9,713 


8,874 


397 


8,478 


7, 918 


7,848 


839 




7, 144 


57.6 


8.6 




M 


16,886 


9,786 


8,946 


406 


8,540 


7,938 


7,864 


840 




7,100 


58.0 


8.6 




A 


16,925 


9,804 


9,009 


445 


8,564 


7,976 


7,893 


795 




7,121 


57.9 


8.1 




M 


16,959 


10,094 


9,379 


514 


8,865 


8,301 


8,188 


714 




6,865 


59.5 


7.1 




J 


17,004 


10,341 


9,638 


533 


9, 104 


8,552 


8,417 


704 




6,663 


60.8 


6.8 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



M.C.D. 



1973 J 
A 
S 

N 
D 

1974 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 

N 
D 



1975 



9,228 


8,72 9 


464 


8,289 


7,740 


7,655 


499 


6,904 


57.2 


5.4 


9,300 


8,793 


463 


8,342 


7,804 


7,712 


507 


6,842 


57.6 


5.5 


9,310 


8,787 


453 


8,343 


7,805 


7,718 


523 


6,887 


57.5 


5.6 


9,367 


8,847 


442 


8,393 


7,871 


7,775 


520 


6,863 


57.7 


5.6 


9,406 


8,895 


457 


8,430 


7,896 


7,799 


511 


6,866 


57.8 


5.4 


9,429 


8,922 


455 


8,456 


7,919 


7,817 


507 


6,887 


57.8 


5.4 


9,514 


8,997 


459 


8,526 


7,976 


7,872 


517 


6,872 


58.1 


5.4 


9,538 


9,013 


487 


8,520 


7,974 


7,868 


525 


6,869 


58.2 


5.5 


9,546 


9,028 


491 


8,545 


7, 994 


7,888 


518 


6,882 


58.2 


5.4 


9,589 


9,067 


477 


8,583 


8,033 


7,929 


522 


6,881 


58.3 


5.4 


9,605 


9,071 


464 


8,606 


8,040 


7,946 


534 


6,888 


58.2 


5.6 


9,577 


9,105 


480 


8,624 


8,081 


7,988 


472 


6,956 


57.8 


4.9 


9,655 


9,149 


473 


8,704 


8,133 


8,045 


506 


6,906 


58.1 


5.2 


9,761 


9,239 


451 


8,806 


8,233 


8,150 


522 


6,817 


58.9 


5.3 


9,747 


9,215 


470 


8,755 


8,189 


8,092 


532 


6,910 


58.6 


5.5 


9,759 


9,239 


483 


8,742 


8,184 


8,076 


520 


6,931 


58.6 


5.3 


9,800 


9,263 


475 


8,780 


8,206 


8,109 


537 


6,948 


58.6 


5.5 


9,855 


9,265 


478 


8,779 


8,214 


8,112 


590 


6,945 


58.7 


6.0 


9,887 


9,227 


476 


8,742 


8,165 


8,065 


660 


6,941 


58.8 


6.7 


9,897 


9,221 


479 


8,733 


8, 176 


8,075 


676 


6,935 


58.9 


6.8 


9,956 


9,244 


469 


8,772 


8, 182 


8,080 


712 


6,911 


59.1 


7.2 


9,925 


9,208 


457 


8,740 


8, 163 


8,067 


717 


6,979 


58.7 


7.2 


10,005 


9,290 


473 


8,807 


8,270 


8,163 


715 


6,946 


59.0 


7.1 


10,053 


9,328 


476 


8,821 


8,293 


8,187 


725 


6,949 


59.0 


7.2 



'The labour forceas a percentage of the population 14 years of age and over. The participation rate for a particular group (age, sex etc.) is the labour force 
in that group expressed as a percentage of the population for that group. Seasonally-adjusted participation rates ore obtained by direct adjustment (i.e. by dividing 
the unadjusted participation rate by the seasonal factor). 2 The unemployed as a percentage of the labour force. The unemployment rate for a particular group (age, 
sex, etc.) is the unemployed in that group expressed as a percentage of the labour force for that group. Seasonally-adjusted rates ore calculated by dividing sea- 
sonally-adjusted unemployment by the sum of seasonally-adjusted employment and seasonally-adjusted unemployment (i. e. seasonally-adjusted labour force by 
summation) . 

Note: Excludes inmates of institutions, members of the armed services, Indians living on reserves and residents of the Yukon and Northwest Territories. The 
estimates are derived from a sample survey and are subjectto sampling error. In general, the smaller the estimate, the larger is the relative sampling error. For other 
explanatory material see notes at the end of Catalogue No. /1-001. 

Source: The Labour Force (71-001 Monthly) and Seosonally adjusted labour force statistics - January 1953 - December 1974 (71-201 Annual), Statistics 
Canada. 



42 



Augi. 


st. 


1975 
























SECTION 4 
































TABLE 4 










Tc 


ble 4: sel 


ected series* by sex 


and main 


age group 


(thousands 


of persons) 










1 






Tab 


e 4. 1 : emp 


oyed 










Table 


4. 2: unemployed 






annua 








14-24 














14-24 








avera 


ge 




total 




years 


25 


years and 


Dver 




total 




years 


25 


years and 


over 


month 


both 






both 


both 






both 






both 


both 










sexes 


men 


women 


sexes 


sexes 


men 


women 


sexes 


men 


women 


sexes 


sexes 


men 


women 


CANSIM 


755002 


755537 


756045 


7553 97 


755436 


755952 


756447 


755023 


755558 


756066 


7554 00 


755439 


755955 


756450 


S. A. 




762363 


762418 


762463 


762398 


762402 


762447 


7624 92 


762368 


762422 


762467 


762399 


762403 


762448 


762493 


1973 




8,759 


5,767 


2,992 


2,268 


6,491 


4,470 


2,021 


52 


360 


160 


251 


270 


197 


73 


1974 




9,137 


5,976 


3,161 


2,417 


6,720 


4,591 


2,129 


525 


361 


163 


258 


266 


194 


72 














unadjusted f 


)r seasona 


variation 














1973 


J 


9,229 


6,159 


3,070 


2,743 


6,486 


4,541 


1,945 


461 


305 


156 


262 


199 


142 


57 




A 


9,235 


6, 155 


3,080 


2,729 


6,506 


4,550 


1,956 


433 


278 


155 


228 


206 


140 


66 




S 


8,798 


5,813 


2,985 


2,201 


6,597 


4,552 


2,045 


421 


261 


160 


213 


208 


138 


71 







8,882 


5,859 


3,023 


2,232 


6,649 


4,578 


2,072 


429 


263 


166 


211 


219 


142 


76 




N 


8,829 


5,776 


3,053 


2,227 


6,601 


4,522 


2,079 


468 


321 


147 


222 


246 


178 


68 




D 


8,786 


5,726 


3,060 


2,223 


6,564 


4,487 


2,076 


512 


374 


138 


238 


274 


214 


61 


1974 


J 


8,646 


5,632 


3,014 


2, 147 


6,4 99 


4,434 


2,065 


637 


462 


175 


291 


346 


265 


81 




F 


8,671 


5,652 


3,019 


2, 156 


6,514 


4,446 


2,069 


635 


472 


163 


289 


346 


271 


75 




M 


8,732 


5,685 


3,047 


2, 181 


6,550 


4,460 


2,091 


599 


438 


161 


262 


336 


261 


76 




A 


8,873 


5,784 


3,089 


2,231 


6,642 


4,516 


2,126 


568 


413 


155 


259 


309 


236 


73 




M 


9,152 


5,997 


3,155 


2,415 


6,737 


4,596 


2,141 


524 


369 


155 


267 


257 


190 


67 




J 


9,399 


6,174 


3,225 


2,591 


6,808 


4,653 


2,155 


469 


306 


163 


266 


203 


139 


64 




J 


9,675 


6,376 


3,299 


2,919 


6,756 


4,666 


2,090 


465 


303 


162 


272 


193 


129 


64 




A 


9,705 


6,413 


3,2 92 


2,919 


6,786 


4,697 


2,089 


447 


2 80 


167 


240 


208 


134 


74 




S 


9,218 


6,069 


3,149 


2,357 


6,860 


4,709 


2,151 


431 


261 


170 


224 


207 


135 


72 







9,269 


6,048 


3,221 


2,390 


6,878 


4,683 


2, 195 


430 


275 


155 


215 


216 


146 


69 




N 


9,189 


5,996 


3,193 


2,360 


6,829 


4,651 


2,178 


493 


327 


166 


240 


253 


178 


75 




D 


9,118 


5,889 


3,229 


2,339 


6,779 


4,577 


2,202 


597 


431 


166 


276 


320 


240 


80 


1975 


J 


8,866 


5,709 


3,157 


2,200 


6,666 


4,483 


2,182 


817 


598 


218 


370 


447 


344 


103 




F 


8,874 


5,710 


3, 164 


2, 195 


6,679 


4,491 


2, 188 


839 


615 


224 


378 


460 


350 


110 




M 


8,946 


5,736 


3,210 


2,205 


6,741 


4,513 


2,228 


840 


604 


236 


379 


460 


342 


118 




A 


9,009 


5,767 


3,241 


2,212 


6,796 


4,544 


2,253 


795 


577 


218 


368 


426 


318 


108 




M 


9,379 


6,031 


3,348 


2,450 


6,929 


4,637 


2,292 


714 


499 


215 


357 


358 


260 


97 




J 


9,638 


6,257 


3,380 


2,654 


6,983 

c 


4,719 

djusted for 


2,264 

seasonal 


704 

/ariation 


461 


242 


401 


302 


207 


96 



M. C. D. 



1973 J 


8,729 


5,770 


2,961 


2,269 


6,467 


4,468 


1,998 


499 


341 


156 


237 


263 


187 


72 


A 


8,793 


5,780 


3,012 


2,279 


6,499 


4,474 


2,031 


507 


345 


157 


243 


264 


189 


74 


S 


8,787 


5,774 


3,012 


2,283 


6,508 


4,473 


2,029 


523 


356 


164 


258 


265 


190 


77 





8,847 


5,831 


3,010 


2,296 


6,548 


4,508 


2,039 


520 


348 


170 


258 


264 


187 


73 


N 


8,895 


5,836 


3,056 


2,329 


6,566 


4,510 


2,057 


511 


359 


151 


253 


259 


192 


67 


D 


8,922 


5,877 


3, 044 


2,341 


6,583 


4,534 


2,047 


507 


353 


155 


258 


252 


191 


61 


1974 J 


8,997 


5,898 


3,097 


2,370 


6,634 


4,547 


2,084 


517 


362 


156 


259 


262 


196 


65 


F 


9,013 


5,917 


3,098 


2,379 


6,636 


4,555 


2,081 


525 


369 


155 


267 


263 


199 


64 


M 


9,028 


5,920 


3,100 


2,391 


6,647 


4,559 


2,084 


518 


358 


164 


251 


267 


200 


69 


A 


9,067 


5,958 


3,135 


2,394 


6,675 


4,579 


2,108 


522 


362 


158 


254 


266 


195 


71 


M 


9,071 


5,922 


3,147 


2,391 


6,680 


4,560 


2,118 


534 


378 


160 


257 


271 


198 


73 


J 


9,105 


5,942 


3,155 


2,386 


6,708 


4,571 


2,139 


472 


320 


150 


221 


255 


179 


75 


J 


9,149 


5,973 


3,180 


2,415 


6,737 


4,591 


2,147 


506 


340 


163 


248 


255 


170 


81 


A 


9,239 


6,024 


3,217 


2,436 


6,781 


4,620 


2,168 


522 


347 


170 


256 


266 


181 


84 


S 


9,215 


6,032 


3,183 


2,448 


6,773 


4,630 


2,137 


532 


354 


173 


270 


262 


185 


77 





9,239 


6,023 


3,210 


2,462 


6,777 


4,614 


2,161 


520 


362 


159 


261 


260 


192 


66 


N 


9,263 


6,062 


3,198 


2,470 


6,796 


4,641 


2,157 


537 


366 


171 


273 


265 


192 


74 


D 


9,265 


6, 049 


3,214 


2,464 


6,803 


4,627 


2,172 


590 


405 


186 


298 


295 


2i3 


80 


1975 J 


9,227 


5,976 


3,241 


2,427 


6,799 


4,595 


2,198 


660 


465 


191 


325 


335 


251 


82 


F 


9,221 


5, 980 


3,239 


2,420 


6,798 


4,594 


2,201 


676 


466 


210 


334 


347 


252 


93 


M 


9,244 


5,978 


3,265 


2,420 


6,824 


4,598 


2,220 


712 


484 


228 


353 


364 


260 


106 


A 


9,208 


5,929 


3,280 


2,381 


6,823 


4,594 


2,231 


717 


496 


218 


354 


367 


263 


105 


M 


9,290 


5,969 


3,323 


2,427 


6,864 


4,605 


2,261 


715 


501 


219 


348 


374 


270 


104 


J 


9,328 


6,013 


3,305 


2,432 


6,881 


4,637 


2,248 


725 


495 


228 


351 


381 


273 


109 



See footnotes, Table 3. 

*ln addition to the selected Labour Force information published here, there are approximately 2,100 Labour Force series available on CANSIM. The series 
provide basic labour force characteristics, by geographic area, age, sex and marital status. 



43 



SECTION 4 

TABLE 4 - concluded 



August, 1975 



Table 4: selected series by sex and main age group (thousands of persons) 





1 






Table 4.3 


participa 


tion rates' 










Table 4.4 


unemployment rates 2 






annua 








14-24 














14-24 








avera 
and 


je 




total 




years 


25 


years and over 




total 




years 


25 


years and 


over 


month 


both 






both 


both 






both 






both 


both 










sexes 


men 


women 


sexes 


sexes 


men 


women 


sexes 


men 


women 


sexes 


sexes 


men 


women 


CANSIM 


755040 


755575 


756083 


755408 


755447 


755963 


756470 


755041 


755576 


756084 


755409 


755448 


755964 


756471 


S. A. 




762378 


762423 


762468 


762400 


762404 


762449 


762494 


762868 


762877 


762886 


762869 


762 870 


762879 


762888 


1973 




57.5 


76.8 


38.7 


54.1 


59.0 


83.3 


35.7 


5.6 


5.9 


5.1 


10.0 


4.0 


4.2 


3.5 


1974 




58.3 


77.3 


39.7 


55.9 


59.3 


83.3 


36.5 


5.4 


5.7 


4.9 


9.6 


3.8 


4.1 


3.3 














unadjusted for 


seasonal 


variation 














1973 


J 


60. 1 


81.0 


39.6 


64.5 


58.3 


83.6 


34.1 


4.8 


4.7 


4.8 


8.7 


3.0 


3.0 


2.8 




A 


59.8 


80.4 


39.6 


63.3 


58.4 


83.5 


34.4 


4.5 


4.3 


4.8 


7.7 


3.1 


3.0 


3.3 




S 


56.9 


75.7 


38.4 


51.5 


59.0 


83.3 


35.9 


4.6 


4.3 


5.1 


8.8 


3.1 


2.9 


3.4 







57.3 


76.2 


38.9 


52.0 


59.5 


83.7 


36.3 


4.6 


4.3 


5.2 


8.6 


3.2 


3.0 


3.5 




N 


57.1 


75.7 


38.9 


52.1 


59.2 


83.2 


36.2 


5.0 


5.3 


4.6 


9.1 


3.6 


3.8 


3.2 




D 


57.0 


75.6 


38.8 


52.2 


58.9 


83.0 


36.0 


5.5 


6.1 


4.3 


9.7 


4.0 


4.6 


2.9 


1974 


J 


56.8 


75.3 


38.6 


51.6 


58.9 


82.8 


36.0 


6.9 


7.6 


5.5 


11.9 


5.1 


5.6 


3.8 




F 


56.8 


75.6 


38.4 


51.7 


58.9 


83.0 


35.9 


6.8 


7.7 


5.1 


11.8 


5.0 


5.7 


3.5 




M 


56.9 


75.4 


38.7 


51.5 


59.0 


82.9 


36.3 


6.4 


7.2 


5.0 


10.7 


4.9 


5.5 


3.5 




A 


57.4 


76.1 


39.0 


52.4 


59.4 


83.3 


36.7 


6.0 


6.7 


4.8 


10.4 


4.4 


5.0 


3.3 




M 


58.7 


78.0 


39.7 


56.3 


59.6 


83.7 


36.8 


5.4 


5.8 


4.7 


10.0 


3.7 


4.0 


3.0 




J 


59.7 


79.2 


40.6 


59.8 


59.6 


83.5 


36.9 


4.8 


4.7 


4.8 


9.3 


2.9 


2.9 


2.9 




J 


61.1 


81.4 


41.3 


66.6 


58.9 


83.3 


35.7 


4.6 


4.5 


4.7 


8.5 


2.8 


2.7 


3.0 




A 


61.1 


81.4 


41.2 


65.8 


59.1 


83.7 


35.7 


4.4 


4.2 


4.8 


7.6 


3.0 


2.8 


3.4 




S 


57.9 


76.8 


39.4 


53.6 


59.6 


83.7 


36.6 


4.5 


4.1 


5.1 


8.7 


2.9 


2.8 


3.2 







58.1 


76.5 


40.0 


54.0 


59.7 


83.3 


37.2 


4.4 


4.3 


4.6 


8.3 


3.0 


3.0 


3.0 




N 


57.8 


76.3 


39.7 


53.8 


59.4 


83.1 


36.9 


5.1 


5.2 


4.9 


9.2 


3.6 


3.7 


3.3 




D 


57.9 


76.1 


40.0 


54.0 


59.4 


82.7 


37.3 


6.1 


6.8 


4.9 


10.6 


4.5 


5.0 


3.5 


1975 


J 


57.5 


75.8 


39.7 


52.9 


59.4 


82.7 


37.3 


8.4 


9.5 


6.5 


14.4 


6.3 


7.1 


4.5 




F 


57.6 


75.8 


39.8 


52.9 


59.5 


82.8 


37.4 


8.6 


9.7 


6.6 


14.7 


6.4 


7.2 


4.8 




M 


58.0 


75.9 


40.4 


53.0 


59.9 


82.9 


38.1 


8.6 


9.5 


6.8 


14.7 


6.4 


7.0 


5.0 




A 


57.9 


75.8 


40.4 


52.8 


60.0 


82.8 


38.3 


8.1 


9.1 


6.3 


14.3 


5.9 


6.5 


4.6 




M 


59.5 


77.8 


41.6 


57.4 


60.4 


83.3 


38.7 


7.1 


7.6 


6.0 


12.7 


4.9 


5.3 


4.1 




J 


60.8 


79.9 


42.2 


62.3 


60.2 


83.5 


38.1 


6.8 


6.9 


6.8 


13.1 


4.1 


4.2 


4.1 



M.C.D. 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1973 J 


57.2 


76.7 


38.2 


53.7 


58.7 


83.2 


35.2 


5.4 


5.6 


5.0 


9.5 


3.9 


4.0 


3.5 


A 


57.6 


76.7 


38.8 


54.1 


58.9 


83.1 


35.8 


5.5 


5.6 


5.0 


9.6 


3.9 


4.1 


3.5 


S 


57.5 


76.5 


38.8 


54.2 


58.8 


82.9 


35.8 


5.6 


5.8 


5.2 


10.2 


3.9 


4.1 


3.7 





57.7 


77. 1 


38.7 


54.4 


59.1 


83.5 


35.7 


5.6 


5.6 


5.3 


10.1 


3.9 


4.0 


3.5 


N 


57.8 


77.0 


39.0 


55.0 


59.1 


83.3 


35.8 


5.4 


5.8 


4.7 


9.8 


3.8 


4.1 


3.2 


D 


57.8 


77.1 


38.8 


55.1 


58.9 


83.4 


35.5 


5.4 


5.7 


4.8 


9.9 


3.7 


4.0 


2.9 


1974 J 


58. 1 


77.2 


39.4 


55.5 


59.2 


83.4 


36.0 


5.4 


5.8 


4.8 


9.9 


3.8 


4.1 


3.0 


F 


58.2 


77.7 


39.3 


55.9 


59.2 


83.6 


35.9 


5.5 


5.9 


4.8 


10.1 


3.8 


4.2 


3.0 


M 


58.2 


77.3 


39.3 


55.8 


59.1 


83.3 


36.0 


5.4 


5.7 


5.0 


9.5 


3.9 


4.2 


3.2 


A 


58.3 


77.3 


39.6 


55.8 


59.3 


83.5 


36.4 


5.4 


5.7 


4.8 


9.6 


3.8 


4.1 


3.3 


M 


58.2 


77.2 


39.7 


55.6 


59.3 


83.2 


36.6 


5.6 


6.0 


4.8 


9.7 


3.9 


4.2 


3.3 


J 


57.8 


76.5 


39.6 


54.3 


59.3 


82.9 


36.8 


4.9 


5.1 


4.5 


8.5 


3.7 


3.8 


3.4 




j8.1 


77. 1 


39.8 


55.5 


59.3 


82.9 


36.8 


5.2 


5.4 


4.9 


9.3 


3.6 


3.6 


3.6 


A 


58.9 


77.7 


40.4 


56.2 


59.6 


83.4 


37.1 


5.3 


5.4 


5.0 


9.5 


3.8 


3.8 


3.7 


S 


58.6 


77.7 


39.8 


56.5 


59.4 


83.4 


36.5 


5.5 


5.5 


5.2 


9.9 


3.7 


3.8 


3.5 





58.6 


77.4 


39.9 


56.6 


59.3 


83.1 


36.6 


5.3 


5.7 


4.7 


9.6 


3.7 


4.0 


3.0 


N 


58.6 


77.7 


39.8 


56.8 


59.3 


83.2 


36.6 


5.5 


5.7 


5.1 


10.0 


3.8 


4.0 


3.3 


D 


58.7 


77.7 


40.1 


57.0 


59.4 


83.2 


36.8 


6.0 


6.3 


5.5 


10.8 


4.2 


4.4 


3.6 


1975 J 


58.8 


77.7 


40.4 


56.9